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Gender & Intersectionality

Acknowledge the Dynamics of Gender and Intersectionality for Maximum Impact

In our quest for fairness and equality, it’s clear that grasping the intricacies of gender and embracing intersectionality are vital strides toward nurturing inclusive and transformative communities. Gender and intersectionality are lenses that help us delve into the nuances of societal issues, enhancing effective and sustainable solutions for maximum impact.  Gender is a rich tapestry […]
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Transformative Solutions Explored at Abuja Conference to Enhance Adolescent Health in West Africa

In a two-day conference in Abuja, Nigeria, stakeholders across West Africa converged to tackle pressing issues surrounding adolescent reproductive and mental health.  Hosted on the sidelines of the 25th ordinary meeting of the ECOWAS Assembly of Health Ministers by the West African Health Organization (WAHO), the conference discussed ways to improve adolescent mental, sexual, and […]
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ARHR Trains Partners on the Gender Model Family

ARHR has trained partners on the Gender Model Family (GMF), with support from SEND Ghana, as part of activities to implement the ‘Putting Women at the Centre of PHC’ initiative with funding from Co-Impact.  Held in Accra, the training brought together 12 participants, including two representatives from six partner organizations who were empowered to understand […]
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Job Vacancy- Programme Officer, Policy Analysis & Advocacy

The Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights is seeking an experienced candidate for a Programme Officer, Policy Analysis and Advocacy position. This position requires a deep understanding of Ghana’s healthcare systems, policies, and regulations, gender, and intersectionality as well as excellent analytical and communication skills. This is a full-time position with a salary commensurate with qualifications […]
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Malaria Management

Protecting Mothers and Children in the Fight Against Malaria

World Malaria Day on April 25th each year reminds all to intensify the fight against one of humanity’s killer diseases; Malaria. The theme for this year’s commemoration, “Accelerating the fight against malaria for a more equitable world” underscores our collective responsibility to protect vulnerable groups, notably pregnant women and children under five (5). Pregnant women […]
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Perspective

‘‘My Health, My Right’’- Dr Joseph Dodoo’s Perspective

Globally, pursuing health equity is a continuous endeavour, and Ghana is no exception. Despite strides in healthcare delivery and access, the nation faces multifaceted challenges that impede progress toward achieving equitable health outcomes for all. Ghana’s healthcare system is grappling with systemic issues that undermine its capacity to deliver equitable care. Inadequate funding and resource […]
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“My Health, My Right”?

In a world with resource constraints, how can societies reconcile the provision of Universal Health Coverage (UHC) with other pressing demands? Can public-private partnerships pave the way for expanded access to quality healthcare, particularly in underserved communities? How do we address the disparities in healthcare access and outcomes across different societal segments? As we strive […]
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Protecting Women and Girls from TB Must be Prioritized

Addressing the specific needs and challenges faced by vulnerable groups, mostly women and girls is crucial in the fight against Tuberculosis (TB). Improving access to quality healthcare services, promoting gender equality, and addressing social determinants of health can help reduce the burden of TB among these populations.  TB is a highly infectious disease that leaves […]
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ARHR Technical workshop

ARHR convenes Consultative Meeting to Review its Health Systems Change Strategy

Accra, Ghana (March 21, 2024) – ARHR convened a consultative meeting with technical experts to review its draft systems change strategy for implementing an initiative funded by Co-Impact.  The gathering brought together about 20 technical experts with diverse health backgrounds from the Ministry of Health, Ghana Health Service, UNFPA, CSO partners, and others and provided […]
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