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  • 'Treat All' Policy in Ghana: Laboratory Costs Dynamics on Key Populations
    December, 2017 - This presentation looks at the 'Treat All' policy in Ghana which was adopted to ensure that every person testing HIV positive will be immediately initiated onto ART regardless of their CD4 count. It highlights the issues faced and lessons learned and outlines the next steps in implementing the policy. JSI/The ...
  • Care Community Hub Baseline Report
    March, 2015 - Although Ghana has experienced significant declines in maternal mortality and under-five mortality, the country must increase their rate of improvement to reach their SDG. To do so, Ghana has made efforts to strengthen human resources for health (HRH), an essential approach to lowering mortality levels and attaining established health related ...
  • Care Community Hub Process Documentation Findings, Round One
    March, 2015 - This slidedoc presents findings from Round Two of the process documentation (PD) conducted from July to August 2015, in conjunction with monitoring data and an overview of Care Community Hub (CCH) program implementation conducted as part of the Innovations project. The Care Community Hub (CCH) was part of Innovations for ...
  • Care Community Hub Project Evaluation Findings
    November, 2016 - Few evaluation studies have sought to understand the effectiveness of using a mobile platform to improve health worker motivation. This project evaluation slidedoc seeks to understand the effect of the Care Community Hub (CCH) project on community health nurses' (CHNs) motivation in the project areas, examining the pathways through which ...
  • Community Benefits Health Baseline Report
    July, 2014 - Despite improvements in maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) in Ghana over the last 20 years, maternal and under-five mortality remain high and the country may fall short of meeting the 2015 Millennium Development Goal (MDG) targets. To accelerate improvements in maternal and child health, the government has prioritized three ...
  • Community Benefits Health Process Documentation Findings, Round One
    March, 2015 - Despite improvements in maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) in Ghana over the last twenty years, maternal and under five mortality remain high and the country may fall short of meeting the SDG targets. To accelerate improvements in maternal and child health, the government has prioritized three areas of intervention: ...
  • Community Benefits Health Process Documentation Findings, Round Two
    August, 2015 - Despite improvements in maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) in Ghana over the last 20 years, maternal and under five mortality remain high and the country may fall short of meeting the 2015 Millennium Development Goal (MDG) targets. In order to accelerate improvements in maternal and child health, the government ...
  • Engaging Key Populations Through Peer Navigation: An Effective Strategy for Contributing to the 90-90-90 Fast-Track Targets
    December, 2017 - Ghana faces numerous hurdles in providing tailored HIV services to key populations (KPs) since there are different segments of KPs. This presentation highlights the integrated and innovative approaches that are being used to reach the different typologies of KPs. JSI/ the Care Continuum Project, 2017. Download (PDF, 904 KB) ...
  • Essential Nutrition Actions (ENA) Key Practices: Action Plan Brochure
    December, 2016 - Communicating the most accurate information is key to the health and nutrition of mothers, expectant mothers, and young infants. This brochure,developed for use in Ghana, can be useful for healthcare practitioners advising mothers on the best practices for breastfeeding and managing the dietary and nutritional needs of themselves and their ...
  • RING - Strengthening the Enabling Environment for a Multisectoral Response to Undernutrition
    December, 2016 - The implementation approach of the Resiliency in Northern Ghana (RING) project works with the active participation of the Government of Ghana. The goal of this collaboration is to build resilient systems that are better prepared to identify and address nutrition and livelihoods needs. This webinar presentation outlines the foundations of ...
  • SPRING: Opportunities for Integrating Nutrition into Agricultural Information Systems in Northern Ghana
    February, 2017 - An increasing number of agricultural projects and activities are working to meet nutrition-related objectives. Through an in-country review of key actors, mechanisms, and content areas, along with a review of relevant literature, SPRING documented information systems used in Northern Ghana to adopt and scale up new agricultural technologies and production ...
  • The Use of Design Thinking in MNCH Programs: A Case Study of the Care Community Hub (CCH) Pilot, Ghana
    November, 2016 - Responding to growing interest among designers, global health practitioners, and funders in understanding the potential benefits of applying design thinking methods and tools to solving complex social problems, the Innovations for Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health (MNCH) Initiative ( Innovations ) developed and piloted innovative interventions to address common barriers ...