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Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG)
Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) is the leading NGO in the provision of Sexual & Reproductive Health services in Ghana. Member of &
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Abena Adubea Amoah 1h
Sexuality education at an early age ensures that young people are armed with information and life skills to take decisions about their future. Get involved now.
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Michael Tagoe 2h
takes adolescents through after school hours at the PPAG Cape Clinic to learn and also get comfortable accessing services at the clinic.
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African Human Rights Forum Jul 15
Continuing from image... Just as indicated under culture, in as much as society is moving away from this strong belief there are still some segments of society that still strongly believes in this. •Silence:It is important to highlight that silence is a deep-rooted problem...
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AleXIs 4h
SHE carries the pregnancy, SHE endures all the pain and related health issues. She has the right to continue or not! If she wants to access Safe Abortion services, Dont stop HER! Respect her decision!
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YouthActionMovement Jul 10
YAM Volunteers in Akwatia Town embarked on School Outreach program to Al-Furquan and SDA JHS with a talk on Child Marriage and Gender base violence. About 95 students were educated and notebooks were shared to all to support their education.
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Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) 9h
Replying to @PPAGGhana
For more information on Comprehensive Abortion Care, please contact the following facilities via the numbers below: Suame(KUMASI): 0322025004 CapeCoast : 0505549576 / 0240958836 Family Health Clinic (Accra) : 0303938387 / 0208892721 RAD’s Clinic (Tamale) : 0506404501
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Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) 9h
Stigma is one of the major barriers limiting women’s access to Comprehensive Abortion Care .Sexual & Reproductive Rights constitute Human Rights. Respect these rights and her decision to access safe abortion services.
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African Human Rights Forum Jul 14
What is the Duafe Campaign The Duafe Campaign is the first of many yet to come project organised by the Africa Human Rights Forum to address Gender Based Violence, one of the major human rights issues. Violence against women and girls is one of the most prevalent human...
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African Human Rights Forum Jul 14
The Africa Human Rights Forum The Africa Human Rights Forum is a forum that seeks to become a platform that generates a discourse and pioneers initiatives that tackles issues of Human Rights across the African Continent and the global community at large.
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Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Jul 11
Today, there are more than 7.7 billion people on earth. A century ago, there were only 1.9 billion. By 2050, the earth's population will have hit 9.7 billion. Improved access to is crucial.
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Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Jul 11
Only 1% of the world's health expenditure is used in Sub Saharan Africa, though the Abuja Declaration signed by African countries states that, at least 15% of annual national budgets should be dedicated to the health sector.
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Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Jul 11
Of the 800 women who die daily worldwide due to pregnancy & childbirth complications, 440 (55%) of these women are in sub-Saharan Africa.
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Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Jul 11
Today is which seeks to focus attention on the urgency & importance of population issues. The campaign is highlighting some of the key population issues affecting Africa
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Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Jul 11
: 12% of the world's population lives in Sub Saharan Africa but 22% of the total global disease burden is borne by the same area?
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Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Jul 11
The provides us with an opportunity to re-fuel & work hard than we have done in the past 25years. Its indeed time to & accelerate that promise.
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WAHO | OOAS Jul 3
Welcome to July. Its our anniversary on the 9th. of service and we remain committed to our mandate.
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ATABINORE 🇬🇭 Jul 3
Replying to @atabinore
This has undoubtedly excited public outcry . Don’t be mistaken to take this for granted as a Legislator or Executive. Social revolutions don’t just happen!! This is one !
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ATABINORE 🇬🇭 Jul 3
Replying to @atabinore
...teenage pregnancies, unemployment, insecurity, to mention but a few. Yet, the representatives of these people believe a new chamber is needed. Pathetic! Sad! An amount likely to change the unfavorable situations of many people through prudent disbursements. Oh yeah!
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ATABINORE 🇬🇭 Jul 3
Young people face many issues! The very people we believe are the now & the future of 🇬🇭! Most of these challenges persist because of limited funding to effectively implement responsive policies. Some of these challenges include: inadequate educational infrastructure,
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KingsleyObeng-Kyereh Jul 3
It's a diverse representation but with a clear objective to work seeking the of children as we review the of Gh to suit the changing terrain . . . . .
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