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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 Empowers its Community-Based Partner Organizations, Community Facilitators and Health Providers on SRH Education and Services

The Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights, on Friday, June 10, 2022, organized a one-day capacity-building workshop in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region for its community-based partner organizations, community facilitators, and health providers on sexual and reproductive health (SRH) education and services. The training, which forms part of activities under the Reproductive Health Education and Services for […]
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Call for Entries: Media Awards

Women, Media and Change (WOMEC), Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights (ARHR), the Consortium for Mothers, Children, Adolescents and Health Policy and Systems Strengthening (COMCAHPSS), West Africa Health Organisation (WAHO) and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) as part of the Women, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Wellbeing (WNCAW) have instituted a media award. It is to […]
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ARHR Holds Stakeholders’ Consultative Meetings to Disseminate Findings of an Assessment Conducted by Ghana Health Service

Introduction The Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights (ARHR), in partnership with the Ghana Health Service (GHS), have held a succession of stakeholders’ consultative meetings to disseminate the findings of an assessment conducted, with support from the World Health Organization (WHO). The meetings brought together representatives from civil society organizations (CSOs), private organizations and health sector […]
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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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