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SavSignT4MCH
The project aims at improving maternal and child health in Ghana, implemented by Savana Signatures & Salasan Inc with funding from Global Affairs Canada.
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Savana Signatures May 20
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Savana Signatures May 10
Gender equity has been a major theme in our strategy to help improve Maternal and Health in the country. We are excited to share this photo, from a Father-to-Father group facilitator, of a father in Brewaniase in the Oti region.
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Lens Scribe 📷 Mar 8
It is sad how children are fast becoming mothers but it is important not to shun such girls but give them Comprehensive Sexuality Education and support them to get their lives back on track.
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Lens Scribe 📷 Mar 8
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Savana Signatures Mar 8
"I am really happy for the support from to help me learn how to bake. I will be the only baker in my community when I complete my training." - Says a young mother, we are giving livelihood support through Project
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ethel ehla emefa Mar 8
Replying to @savsign @T4MCH and 10 others
One basic and important aspect of women empowerment is the control of their SRHR, not influenced by gender norms. It is critical to positive health outcomes for both them and their babies. Happy to my mother, Paradise, and to all women. I see a bright future.
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Savana Signatures Mar 7
Join the conversation tomorrow on International Women's Day on the theme: | Join the chat via: or Get Up, Speak Out...
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Savana Signatures Jan 30
Replying to @PaulHodgesTrust
We think that focusing on women in Agriculture in 2019 will improve livelihoods and help end hunger in the poorest communities of the world. We have a brilliant & innovative concept on fighting hunger by increasing family incomes through subsistence farming in Ghana.
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Savana Signatures Jan 29
Through Our Project, we support Health Workers with audio-visual equipment to facilitate community outreach. This has helped improve communities' appreciation of underlying issues that affect Maternal and Child Health such as .
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Savana Signatures Dec 14
NGOs develop curriculum for young people in TVET institutions on sexual and reproductive health issues
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SavSignT4MCH Dec 14
The Sustainability workshops for the project have kicked off in the Volta region. This is a platform for to engage key stakeholders in health such as the Ghana Health Service, Metro, Municipal and District Assemblies, Telecommunication Companies, women & men
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UN Women Nov 27
She's 15. Her husband is 73. Sonjida is not the only one. Stand with us against child marriage. 📽️:
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ethel ehla emefa Nov 28
There's no justification for violence, women's rights equal Human Rights.
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MHTF Aug 24
Research shows that continuity of care in pregnancy improves maternal and neonatal outcomes:
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SavSignT4MCH Aug 2
Exclusive Breastfeeding: Breast milk contains all the an infant 👶🏿👶🏾 needs in the first 6 months of life their Life.
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SavSignT4MCH Aug 2
Exclusive Breastfeeding for Healthy Mothers, Smiling Babies.
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Stephen Agbenyo Aug 1
Do you know about the "Father to Father" groups? Speak to tp learn some more about this
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SavSignT4MCH Aug 1
Replying to @agbedela
We are doing a lot to bring smiles to healthy mothers and newborns
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Stephen Agbenyo Aug 1
The campaign for Healthy Mothers, Smiling Babies is still on
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SavSignT4MCH Jul 31
Engaging Men Can Help Improve Maternal and Child Health in Ghana …/men-can-help-improve-maternal-and-chi…/
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