Over the past days, ARHR has been embarking on a community sensitization and education in some communities in the Ashiedu Keteke sub-metro in the Greater Accra Region on the need to adhere to the covid 19 safety protocols.
The Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights, Marie Stopes International Ghana, Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana, SEND Ghana organized a launch of a CSOs Health Manifesto today, 1st September, 2020 at the Crystal Palm Hotel, Tesano, Accra.
It involved Adolescent Health Champions in the districts, District and Regional health Directorates, Public Health Nurses in the Districts as well as the Adolescent Health Focal Persons from the Family Health Division of the Ghana Health Service.
The covid 19 pandemic has exposed weak societal systems around the world. Institutions have had to quickly adapt to the challenges the pandemic present in order to deal with it. Health institutions and facilities have not been spared.
A virtual CSOs forum has been organized by ARHR in partnership with the Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) and Coalition of NGOs in Health on Wednesday 22nd July, 2020. The ARHR, PPAG and Ghana's Coalition of NGOs in Health have been facilitating CSO’s participation in the GFF processes.
The Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights has been nominated to serve as the Task Force Lead for one of the Technical Working Groups supporting the Ministry of Health's Universal Health Coverage Prioritization Operation Plan (POP).
During an orientation and stakeholder meeting in the Ashanti Region towards the commencement of the second phase of a ‘Reproductive Health Education and Services for Young people and Adolescents’ project, Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights
Twenty (20) Adolescent Health Champions (AHC), each, working in project districts- Ashiedu Keteke, Nzema East, Bosome Freho, Komenda Edina Eguafo Abrem and South Dayi were congregated in their respective districts for a 3 day refresher training
Stigma, Fear or Loss of Economic Opportunities: Why people do not want to share their COVID-19 Status or Self-Isolate
A colleague shared the story of a suspected COVID-19 positive patient who was asked to self-isolate. This happened in a very big hospital in Accra. About four days later when the tests had been completed and a positive status had been confirmed,