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Maternal Health 2017
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The USAID Systems for Health project collaborates closely with the Ghana Health Service (GHS) to support evidence-based maternal, neonatal, and child health (MNCH) interventions. Systems for Health adopts a systems- strengthening approach to enhance provider competency and facility readiness, to prevent and manage MNCH morbidity and mortality.
In 2017, to maximize and sustain impact, Systems for Health engaged leaders and managers to ensure that mentorship, competency-building and quality improvement approaches were integrated in MNCH activities. Leaders and managers were provided innovative grants to improve safe and reliable emergency transportation in remote rural areas.
Download the project report to learn more.