Empowering Communities to Demand for their Health Rights: The GESI Success Story


A section of Ghanaians are socially excluded and marginalized in their quest to seek for health care. They do not benefit from the services which are well within their rights as humans. This group consists of persons with disabilities (PWDs), women and adolescents who are trapped in needless cycles of poverty. Inequality and social exclusion in health care is more evident in the quality of care administered to this group of people. Every person should have equal access to the opportunities, services and resources that allow them to reach their full potential...Read more



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