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Ghana: Budget Monitoring by SEND-Ghana and its Partners Helps Improve Nutrition for Children and Support Local FarmersINTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUNDThe International Budget Partnership (IBP) collaborates with a diverse network of civil society organizations around the world that analyze and monitor government budgets and advocate for better budget policies and more open…
A one week orientation and gender training has been organized for 32 new staff of SEND-GHANA at Salaga in the Northern Region of Ghana. All the new staff would be working on SEND’s Livelihood Security programme in the Eastern corridor of Ghana. A key project driving the Livelihood Security programme…
The capacity of SEND-GHANA has been touted as the most preferred in the area of providing livelihood support and giving voice to the voiceless in society.
The Agona East District, which was created about six years ago, has no district hospital. The situation has compelled expectant mothers who live in the district to seek medical care at Salvation Army Hospital, a private facility. In view of this, it has become even more difficult for the district…
The World Bank has released the list of finalists for second round of Global Partnership for Social Accountability (GPSA) grants. The selection of eight new project countries included Ghana, Uganda, Moldova, Democratic Republic of Congo, Morocco, Mongolia, Paraguay and Tunisia. The grants, totaling close to US$6 million over the next…
The Amansie West District in the Ashanti Region recorded four maternal, in 2011, five in 2012 and 6 deaths in 2013. The trend shows a worrying annual increment in maternal mortality in the district in spite of ongoing interventions such as the millennium project, which is also contributing to the…
Over the last 3 decades, the Ghana government and its development partners have implemented many policy options; all geared towards addressing challenges hindering the provision of affordable and quality healthcare at the rural communities. The implementation of the Ghana Community Health Planning Services (CHPS) is one of government’s programmes addressing…
The Challenge of Climate Change has become very topical globally because of its importance as a life sustaining or devastating issue.Manifestations of climate change include crop failures, water stress, very high and humid temperatures, excessive floods, severe and prolonged droughts, coastal erosion, erratic rainfall patterns, rising sea levels etc. all…
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