Ghana

  1. Subcutaneous DMPA (DMPA-SC, brand name Sayana® Press) is all-in-one injectable contraceptive that protects against pregnancy for three months. PATH regularly hosts webinars to share the latest evidence and experience from DMPA-SC research, introduction, and scale-up, including self-injection.For more information, visit www.path.org/dmpa-sc, sign up for our newsletter, or email FPoptions@path.org.
    Published: March 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  2. Thousands of women are now taking charge of their reproductive health through self-injection of the contraceptive subcutaneous DMPA (DMPA-SC, brand name Sayana® Press). In this February 13, 2019 webinar, speakers presented evidence from five countries at different stages of DMPA-SC introduction and scale-up, from earliest (Ghana) to more advanced (Uganda). Speakers also shared insights on applying research findings to program design and delivery. This webinar was hosted by the DMPA-SC Access Collaborative Learning and Action Network.For more information, visit www.path.org/dmpa-sc, sign up for our newsletter, or email FPoptions@path.org.
    Published: February 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  3. Implementation of indoor residual spraying for vector control is shifting with the emergence of insecticide resistance. Cross-analyzing vector control interventions across countries, partners, and strategies is hampered by measurement methods and indicator definitions. Small changes in definitions can impact the interpretation and analysis of the effectiveness of vector control programs.
    Published: November 2017
    Type: Resource Page
  4. A chance finding from 20 years ago may have the potential to transform vaccinology.
    Published: August 2017
    Type: Article
  5. Some stories get more comments and likes on social media than others. Here are 5 of our favorites.
    Published: July 2017
    Type: Article
  6. Développer des solutions d'assainissement appropriées pour les populations urbaines à faible revenu en Afrique de l'Ouest.
    Published: September 2016
    Type: Article
  7. Scaling appropriate sanitation solutions for low-income, urban populations in West Africa.
    Published: September 2016
    Type: Article
  8. Raising edible insects is opening new doors for health and economic livelihood.
    Published: July 2016
    Type: Article
  9. Over the past 15 years, PATH has worked in low-and middle-income countries, including Ghana, Peru, Rwanda, and Ukraine, to evaluate and strengthen breast cancer early detection, diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. We use our technical capacity, country presence, and extensive global and in-country networks to pursue culturally appropriate programmatic and technological innovations to extend survival and improve quality of life for women diagnosed with breast cancer.
    Published: May 2016
    Type: Resource Page
  10. Even the most effective health products cannot save lives or improve health if they do not reach the people who want and need them.
    Published: April 2016
    Type: Article
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