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World Contraception day

Breaking Myths and Misconceptions to Improve Family Planning Uptake; Dr. Yaa Saarrah Adu-Gyamfi’s Perspective

It has been more than five decades since the National Family Planning Programme, which seeks to assist couples and individuals of all ages to achieve their reproductive goals and improve their general reproductive health was established. Although the country has made progress, including the integration of family planning in Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme benefits […]
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Health Systems ARHR

Health Systems Strengthening towards Universal Health Coverage

Introduction The recent series of unprecedented overlapping health crises is a reminder of the need for nations to build resilient health systems. As emerging global pandemics continue to have substantial impact on health systems’ ability to provide essential health services, countries must re-strategize their technical actions, investments, monitoring approaches and innovations for developing and sustaining […]
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Accessing essential health services

Ghana: Accessing Essential Health Services in Calm and in Crisis

Ghana’s health sector is one of the most invested, yet criticized sectors in the country. It remains a key indicator used by the citizenry in assessing governments’ performance. In spite of the significant investment and global commitments made by governments, past and present, to ensure improved healthcare and resource availability, the country’s healthcare system is […]
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PHCPI Congratulates 13 PHC Advocacy Micro-Grant Awardees

At this critical moment for health systems everywhere, the PHCPI Secretariat is thrilled to award micro-grants to 13 organizations who are leading critical work to drive greater action, investment, accountability and improvement for strong primary health care in 2022.  These 13 organizations were selected for PHC advocacy micro-grants out of more than 200+ impressive applications, and […]
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ARHR Sensitizes Adolescent Health Champions on SRHR Across Three Regions in Ghana

The Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights (ARHR) has organized a two-day comprehensive training workshops for 75 adolescent health champions (AHCs) across three regions in Ghana respectively. The refresher workshops, which form part of activities under ARHR’s RHESY project with funding support from UNFPA, were geared toward re-orienting and educating AHCs in the KEEA District in […]
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