The tsunami of COVID-19 pandemic is sweeping across economies of the world leaving in its tails serious and remarkable trace. We are always glued to our radio and tv sets awaiting the next figures of both infected, the recovered and the dead. Ghana is not left out of this endemic.
People for Health (P4H) as part of its intervention has incorporated this as part of the thematic areas to help sentisitze and educate the publc on the pandemic particularly on how to stay safe in the republic.
Maternal health care has improved over the past 20 years, the pace has been slow and extra effort is required for Ghana to achieve its target.
The Nutrition Program supports the Ministry of Health, Ghana Health Service and other key players to develop and implement policies.
Ghana has made significant progress providing access to improved water sources and eliminating Guinea worm from the country. However, the challenge has to do with filth. Most of the cities are engulfed with filth, which is a major cause of many diseases in the country. There is therefore the need for a consensus to help deal with this menace.