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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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30 Parents across Three (3) Districts Empowered to Support the Adolescent Girls Project at the Community Level

ARHR and its CBO partners have established parent network committees in three project districts; KEEA, South Dayi and Bosome Freho to support the Reproductive Health Education and Services (RHESY) project. A forum was organised in the respective districts to orient the identified parents on the project as well as their roles and responsibilities in supporting […]
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The Declaration of Astana: Time for Stocktaking and Action

The second anniversary of the Astana declaration was marked around the world on the 27th October 2020 with renewed hopes of accessible and quality primary health care for everyone anywhere in the world. The declaration of Astana was a reaffirmation of the earlier Alma-Ata declaration (1978), to which world leaders committed to invest in, and […]
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Determining an Essential Health Services Package for PHC in Ghana

Determining the specific components of an essential health services package requires detailed studies, data and analytics. While the health and disease conditions to be covered may be well-known, the scope of the service and what is available at a service delivery point will necessarily differ depending on the level care (i.e., community level, sub-district, district […]
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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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