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Readers of this issue of the UNFPA-Ghana Newsletter will find that the stories and articles therein reinforce the point that in the context of the SDGs, advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRH&R) can no longer be done in the business-as-usual mode.
They highlight ongoing efforts with our partners to do things differently and to bring some innovation even to the ostensibly tried and tested approaches like policy dialogue, capacity building, agenda setting conferences and workshops, and action-oriented stakeholder engagement.

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Obstetric fistula is one of the most devastating medical disabilities afflicting women as a result of complications arising from lack of surgical intervention for prolonged labor. While the most common cause of OBF is obstructed and/or prolonged labor, pertinent underlying factors such as poverty, lack of awareness, poor-health seeking behaviors, poor health and referral systems, poor transportation networks, scarcity of skilled birth attendants, and inadequate obstetric care services (infrastructure) can contribute to the occurrence of OBF.

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Ghana Decentralized Mode of Delivery of Programme Support

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Cultural Sensitivity and Programming

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Meeting Report: Implications of the 2014 DHS Findings for Family Planning Programming in Ghana

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MDG Acceleration Framework and Country Action Plan for Maternal Health

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CARMMA ASSESSMENT Report

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Living With FISTULA, The untold stories

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