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20 June 2019
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Ecobank Ghana has donated learning equipment which included seven (7) refurbished laptops and a projector, to the Youth Leaders Fellowship Programme of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)... Read more
15 June 2019
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Ghana with support from UNFPA West and Central Africa Regional Office (WCARO) has launched the “Essential Services Package for Women and Girls Subject to Violence” at a three-day workshop in Accra.... Read more
3 June 2019
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Obstetric Fistula, a condition which causes so much misery to sufferers is becoming rare in rich countries but still occur in developed countries especially in poor rural communities. The shame... Read more
28 May 2019
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The calendar month of May primarily focuses on women, child bearing and issues of Maternal Health. It includes such important dates as: May 5 for the International Day of the Midwife, Mother’s Day on... Read more
25 May 2019
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The Government of Ghana through the Ministry of Planning and the National Population Council with support from the United Nations Population Fund is scheduled to host the 3rd China – Africa... Read more
25 May 2019
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The 7th anniversary of the establishing of the International Day to End Obstetric Fistula by the United Nations was marked in Ghana on the 23 of May 2019. The day is celebrated globally to raise... Read more
10 May 2019
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‘If you are alive today, thank a midwife’, were the lyrics on the lips of all gathered at the Jubilee Park, Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region of Ghana on Monday, 6th May 2019, during the... Read more
5 May 2019
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Every woman needs quality health care during pregnancy, delivery and postpartum despite any living conditions. The unavailability of quality maternal healthcare poses a huge effect on the health of... Read more
5 May 2019
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The universal pursuit of rights and choices for all remains a daunting task for nations across the world even though some are making some progress towards realizing the achievements of sexual and... Read more
5 May 2019
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Agnes Addy, a young midwife who hails from Somanya in the Eastern Region of Ghana, graduated from the Bolgatanga Midwifery College in 2013, after her high school education at Aburi Girls’ Senior High... Read more

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