SEND GHANA organised a two-day training workshop on gender in relation to HIV for staff working on the “People for Health” project. The workshop, which took place in Accra, was organised with the aim of equipping them with skills to become gender aware, increasing their knowledge of the differences and…
SEND GHANA, an anti-corruption Civil Society Organisation that seeks to promote good governance and transparency in Ghana, has urged citizens to apply their skills and knowledge acquired in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and Social Media to fight corruption in Ghana.
School infrastructure is everything from electricity, running water, safe buildings, tables, chairs, text books, and teachers. Without these things, a school cannot function properly. However, there are still hundreds of schools today in Ghana where, for students who do attend, classes are held on the ground under trees. These are…
SEND-GHANA has presented a Biochemistry Analyzer to the Bawku Presbyterian Hospital in the Upper East Region.
As part of SEND-GHANA's continuous efforts in complementing government's developmental agenda of providing quality service delivery to the poor, the organization in collaboration with authorities of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) organized a one day regional level sensitization on NHIS capitation in Wa.
The latest round of the Open Budget Survey — the world’s only independent, comparative assessment of budget transparency, participation, and formal oversight — reveals the vast majority of countries surveyed have inadequate systems for ensuring that public funds are used efficiently and effectively.
Cecylia, a Roma woman, left her home in southern Poland to escape the kind of racism that led to her being so badly beaten by communist police that she lost an unborn child.
A Civil Society Organisation, SEND-GHANA has expressed worry over the annual increase of maternal death cases in the Upper East region and has therefore urged stakeholders in the health sector to increase the level of education on maternal health issues.
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