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ARHR, in Partnership with HAYTAFORD, holds Stakeholder and Orientation Meeting in Jirapa, Upper West Region

ARHR has partnered with a community-based organization in the Upper West Region of Ghana; Harnessing Youthful Talents for Rural Development (HAYTAFORD), to implement the RHESY project in the Jirapa Municipality. In view of that, a stakeholder and orientation meeting was held in the municipality to commence activities of the project. The meeting brought together all […]
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Socio-economic and Health Impact of COVID-19 on Sexual and Gender-based Violence (SGBV) in Ghana

Pandemics such as COVID-19 compound prevailing gender inequalities and vulnerabilities, increasing risks of abuse. During an epidemic, women and girls may be at higher risk of experiencing intimate partner violence and other forms of domestic violence due to heightened tensions in the household. In 2016, approximately 27.7 per cent of Ghanaian women had experienced at […]
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The Application of the Vital Signs Profile for Effective Advocacy Workshop

A workshop on how to apply the vital signs profile for PHC advocacy has been organized in Accra by Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights. Participants of the workshop included Civil Society, Health Institutions, Development Partners and the Media. Results of the Public Health Care Performance Improvement (PHCPI) assessment study conducted for Ghana’s Primary Health Care (PHC) […]
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Dissemination of 3rd Round of Scorecard Assessment Results in Western and Western North Regions

Results from a 3rd round of scorecard assessment in the Western and Western North Regions on the readiness of health facilities to provide malaria services as well as client’s perspectives on malaria care has been disseminated. 11 CHPs compounds namely Kwawkrom CHPS, Antobia CHPS, Puakrom CHPS, Apewosika CHPS, Abroakofe CHPS, Ayiem CHPS, Kwafukaa CHPS, Dadwen […]
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ARHR and Private Organizations Meet to Discuss Reduction of Malaria Morbidity in Western and Western North Regions

A meeting between ARHR and some private organizations has been held on 10th February, 2021 at the Akroma Plaza Hotel in the Western Region. The meeting shared with private and corporate organizations, working in the Western and Western North Regions, the various interventions and roles they could play to reduce malaria morbidity in the regions […]
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Malaria Control & Prevention Champion

Priscilla Ama Amoah celebrates the partnership and community participation, which is at the centre of the Bridging Gaps; Innovate for Malaria (B4M) project, among community partners, community members and the Nzema East Municipal Health Directorate. She believes that preventing and controlling malaria and ensuring Primary Health Care (PHC) in Ghana requires rigorous collaboration among these […]
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Press Statement: The Ghana Primary Health Care Campaign Calls on Government to Fulfill its Free COVID-19 Treatment Promise

The Ghana Primary Health Care Campaign led by the Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights (ARHR) calls on government to ensure adequate availability of medicines and other logistics required for the effective management COVID-19 cases in Ghana especially at the primary health care level. The call has been necessitated by the many complaints about the high […]
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Media Forum on PHC and Health Systems Improvement in Ghana

A media forum on Primary Health Care (PHC) and Health Systems improvement in Ghana has been organized by Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights (ARHR) today, 28th January, 2021 at the Mensvic Hotel in East Legon, Accra. Participants of the meeting included representatives from the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, Ghana News Agency, New Crusading Guide, Daily Guide, […]
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