This brief describes an effort to use interactive voice recognition to assess media exposure and behaviors in Ghana.
This report presents key findings from the implementation of the GSMA mNutrition Initiative, including service design lessons, and presents nutrition behavior change outcomes achieved throughout the program. This implementation took place in eight countries: Malawi, Ghana, Tanzania, Kenya, Nigeria, Zambia, Uganda, and Mozambique.
This powerpoint presentation contains the final report on the production and broadcast of season 3 of a captivating and popular Ghanaian youth-oriented TV serial on adolescent reproductive health which included messages from the "GoodLife, Live it Well" campaign.
Finding sustainable ways to maintain access to long-lasting insecticide-treated nets (LLINs) is essential to maintaining gains in malaria prevention in Ghana. The commercial market is an important channel for sustained access to LLINs.
Golden Star Resources Limited (GSR), a gold mining company with a 17-year history of gold production in Ghana—a country with a century-long history of gold production—ranks as one of the world’s largest producers of gold. GSR operates two mines in the Western Region of Ghana: Wassa and Prestea.
This guide is intended as resource to help businesses in Ghana protect employees from malaria.
This brochure is a product of the Private Sector Malaria Prevention (PSMP) project. PSMP is a three-year pilot program (2016-2019) intended to facilitate a functioning supply chain and competitive market for long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs) in Ghana.
This brochure is a product of the Private Sector Malaria Prevention (PSMP) project. PSMP is a three-year pilot program (2016–2019) intended to facilitate a functioning supply chain and competitive market for long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs) in Ghana.
In this project in Ghana, people receiving treatment for malaria received a text message every 12 hours, around breakfast and dinner time, over the course of two and a half days for each of the six doses of ACT.
The burden of malaria has dropped significantly in the last 10 ten years. It is unfortunate that this completely preventable disease continues to exist at all, particularly among pregnant women, where malaria can have extreme consequences on both maternal and fetal outcomes.