Ghana

This teaser flyer was used in the first phase of the GoodLife Ghana Project.  It was designed to create "buzz" and curiosity about the meaning of the phrase GoodLife and what the project was going to address.  In the second phase of the project, more information was provided, linking GoodLife to wishes for a better life via good health.

These information cards were produced as part of the Behavior Change Support (BCS) project in Ghana. They are designed for individual or group discussions, and provide information on various health topics. The health worker/educator shows the cards to the group, who then launch into a discussion about the health topic.

This user’s guide applies a narrative of the story of Kwame and his friends to demonstrate how the Community Action Kit can be used by community level health agents to improve health promotion in a participatory way.  The Community Action Kit is made up of a Guide, Activity Cards, and Information Cards.

These t-shirts were produced as part of the GoodLife campaign in Ghana. The t-shirts feature the GoodLife logo (a modern twist on the traditional Ghanaian adinkra symbol Nkyemekyeme, which means creativity and determination can overcome life’s obstacles). GoodLife T-shirts were used during brand positioning and distributed widely.   

GoodLife Ghana was part of the Behavior Change Support (BCS) Project, and was conducted from September 2009 to September 2013. It was designed to assist Ghana Health Services by addressing five key health areas: Family Planning, Maternal and Child Health, Malaria, Nutrition and Water and Sanitation.  

This health quiz and score card is part of the GoodLife Live it Well campaign in Ghana.  It addresses “10 simple things you can do for protection from some of the most common illnesses and biggest killers in Ghana.”  It helps individuals identify their “Live It Well” score, which ranks their disease prevention behavior.  

This teaser card was used in the first phase of the GoodLife Ghana Project.  It was designed to create "buzz" and curiosity about the meaning of the phrase GoodLife and what the project was going to address.  In the second phase of the project, more information was provided, linking GoodLife to wishes for a better life via good health.

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