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World Humanitarian Day 2021

This year’s World Humanitarian Day (19 August 2021) is devoted to dealing with the climate crisis, the single biggest health threat facing humanity. This day is a crucial milestone in the lead up to the COP26 summit in November when leaders from 196 countries will meet to agree action to get climate change under control. […]
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Posters on SRHR related issues

As part of activities towards the Adolescent Health Empowerment Project (AHEP), Adolescent Health Champions in Agbogbloshie  were engaged in a practical training session to conceptualize the various issues affecting adolescents with regard to SRHR through posters. Below are posters generated by these Champions:
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Ghana at risk of major health crisis due to poor emergency care system – GMA cautions

The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) is warning of dire health challenges in the coming years should government fail to substantially invest in the country’s emergency medical care system. The Association says aside from the low doctor-to-patient ratio of 1,000 patients to a doctor, inadequate facilities for the smooth operation of emergency medical services in Ghana […]
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Ghana Malaria Research Conference, 2021

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS Ghana Malaria Research Conference Accra, Ghana/ 2nd September 2021 The Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights (ARHR), in collaboration with the National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP) is organising a Malaria Research Conference under the theme; “Strengthening Primary Health Care Systems to Fight Malaria and Improve Health”. Research and academic institutions, Civil Society Organisations […]
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Malaria interventions in Volta paying off- Focal Person

Mr Roland Glover, the Volta Regional Malaria Focal Person has said malaria incidence in the region had been on the decline for the past years. Total malaria cases across the region for 2018 stood at 271,990, 311,279 for 2019 while that of 2020 was 225,027, representing a significant reduction in the past years and a […]
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Krachi East celebrates ‘flat tummies’

A stream of happiness is running through the Krachi East Municipality of the Oti Region. It is not the absence of ‘galamseyers’ but the reduction of teenage pregnancies in the regional capital, noted for child marriages. The ecstasy is felt in the voices of some educationists, health workers and traditional rulers who are quietly celebrating […]
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