Month: November 2019

Leaving no one behind through the promotion of social accountability at the local-level: a spotlight on Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) in Ghana

Introduction People who are most marginalized must participate in the monitoring and accountability of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) if the ‘leave no-one behind’ ambitions are to be met. In pursuance of equity with regard to access to quality health services without any financial restraints, participatory accountability frameworks are necessary for marginalized groups, often on […]
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CSOs Consultation on Key Updates; Post UN HLM on UHC

A CSOs consultation on key updates post United Nations High Level Meeting (UN HLM) on Universal Health Coverage (UHC) has been held by the Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights and partners. The meeting, designed to include the voice of civil society in Ghana’s UHC discourse by enabling CSOs to reflect and comment on government’s actions, […]
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Improving the Quality of Health Care; Post ICPD25

  Introduction It is now more imperative than ever that the provision and experience of sexual and reproductive health must be of quality if we are to achieve the International Conference on Population and Development Programme of Work (ICPD PoA) and Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Quality care will enable people to live independent and fulfilling […]
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