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Job Vacancies

ARHR is looking to employ a Senior Programme Manager, and Research and Advocacy Officer to join its team of skilled and experienced professionals. Are you passionate about maternal, newborn, and adolescent health; health financing; and health systems strengthening? One of these positions may be for you. Read the details and apply before 21st November 2023: Senior […]
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The Benefits of Abstinence: the Perspective of an Adolescent

Abstinence is the act or practice of abstaining especially from engagement in sexual intercourse, or consumption of intoxicating beverages. Concerning adolescents, practicing abstinence requires high motivation, dedication, and a deep understanding from both partners. The advantages of abstinence cannot be emphasized enough, as it is the only birth control method that has a 100% success […]
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Accelerating Efforts in the Fight against Sexual and Gender-Based Violence to Improve the Well-being of Women and Girls

Perceived as the most common type of violence, sexual and gender-based violence refers to any act that is perpetrated against a person’s will and is based on gender norms and unequal power relationships. It is considered a violation of the human rights of survivors, and includes physical, social, sexual, economic, domestic, and psychological abuses with […]
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ARHR organizes Step-Down Training for Alliance Members and Partners

A 3-day step-down training has been organized by ARHR to introduce its partners and Alliance members to Co-Impact’s systems change approach. The training was pertinent following ARHR’s commencement of an initiative to scale up advocacy and efforts to contribute significantly to improving health outcomes for women and girls through a systems change approach, with funding […]
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MHD 2023 demo

CSOs in Ghana Petition Government to Scrap Taxes on Sanitary Pads

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in Ghana held a peaceful demonstration on the streets of Accra on Tuesday, 30th May 2023 dubbed ‘#MyPeriodMatters; #HaltPeriodTaxNow’ in commemoration of Menstrual Hygiene Day 2023. The demonstration, powered by the Ghana CSOs platform on the SDGs, saw over 100 CSOs, including the Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights, in action to […]
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Nullifying Myths and Misconceptions about the Use of Contraceptives among Adolescents

Quite a good number of adolescents, both in developed and developing countries, use contraceptives, yet, many myths and misconceptions surrounding the usage of contraceptives persist. This, consequently, put uninformed adolescents at risk of unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections due to the non-usage of contraceptives based on these myths and misconceptions. An analysis of the […]
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