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Danfa comprehensive rural health and family planning project, Ghana
University of Ghana. Medical School. Dept. of Community Health.
by University of Ghana Medical School, Dept. of Community Health, UCLA School of Public Health, Division of Population, Family, and International Health, University of California in Accra, Ghana, Los Angeles, Calif
Written in English
|Other titles||Danfa project final report, Ghana.|
|Contributions||University of California, Los Angeles. Division of Population, Family, and International Health.|
|LC Classifications||RA771.7.G4 U55 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ca. 650 p. in various pagings,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||650|
|LC Control Number||79626226|
This helped reveal contextually appropriate ways of providing family planning. Focused group discussions and in-depth interview techniques were used to collection data and insights from adolescents, relevant community opinion leaders, and . Family Planning Programs: The National Scale-up Plan (). This plan Uganda Program Brief: Capacity Building Focus on Community-based Family Planning: Partnership with Uganda Ministry of Health provides a framework that will guide the MOH during its phased scale-up of CBA2I. 3. A national curriculum for community-based family planning.
ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE IN RURAL COMMUNITIES IN GHANA: A STUDY OF SOME SELECTED COMMUNITIES IN THE PRU DISTRICT Aminu Sulemana & Romanus D. Dinye the Community-based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) was introduced in and the even worse due to the seasonal nature of the income earned by the rural dwellers. Family Cited by: 4. Background. Primary Health Care (PHC) in Ghana is structured to serve the rural and urban population according to priority .The evolution of the PHC programme in Ghana has been well documented  from the Danfa Comprehensive Rural Health and Family Planning project ( – ), Primary Health Care Strategy paper of /78, WHO-sponsored Brong-Ahafo Regional Development project .
The OR/TA Project is funded by the United States Agency for International Development, Contract Number DPEZ The authors gratefully acknowledge the helpful comments of Martin Brockerhoff, Barbara Mensch, Ian Askew, James Foreit, and Eugene Weiss, on previous drafts. Lessons from Community-based Distribution of Family Planning. Family planning allows women and couples to determine whether and when to have children. The ability to make these choices is fundamental to healthy families and communities worldwide. Improvement methods can help solve the many operational challenges to delivering family planning and reproductive health services in different settings, including .
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Get this from a library. The Danfa comprehensive rural health and family planning project, Ghana: final report. [University of Ghana. Medical School. Department of Community Health.; University of California, Los Angeles.
Division of Ghana book, Family, and International Health.]. Danfa comprehensive rural health and family planning project: Ghana.
(Monograph No. in order to evaluate three alternative approaches to implementing the national family planning policy in rural Ghana. The goals include measuring the state of health and factors determining health, investigating the most efficient way to utilize the Author: A.
Neumann, F. Sai, S. Dodu. The article is a preliminary report on the development of a comprehensive rural health demonstration, teaching and research project associated with the Ghana Medical School.
It is a complement to the article reviewed above, providing further details on the technical cooperation with the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA) and the United States Agency for Cited by: 6. The Danfa family planning program in rural Ghana. Ampofo DA, Nicholas DD, Ofosu-Amaah S, Blumenfeld S, Neumann AK.
PIP: The objectives of the Danfa Family Planning Program in rural Ghana are to provide family planning services to the people in the region and to conduct research into ways of making these services as effective and accessible as Cited by: Example The Danfa Comprehensive Rural Health and Family Planning Project was set up to assess health care and family-planning delivery systems in southern Ghana.
As part of this project, a baseline household mor-bidity cross-sectional survey was undertaken in the study area to provide data on patterns of illness and disability, amount of. Author(s): Ghana. Danfa Comprehensive Rural Health and Family Planning Project.
Title(s): Conducting a rural health survey: experience from the village health survey, Danfa Project, Ghana. Publisher: Los Angeles, Danfa Rural Health Project, Description: 59 p.
Ghana is committed to making family planning free in the public sector and supporting the private sector to provide services. Services will be available for sexually active young people through youth promoters and adolescent friendly services.
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The Danfa Comprehensive Rural Health and Family Planning Project of the Community Health Department of the University of Ghana Medical School was started in /70 with support by USAID.
This project studied some service delivery aspects of traditional medicine and trained a lot of practitioners to ensure their safe service delivery.
Ghana Trend Analysis for Family Planning Services, Figure Percentage of health centres offering specific family planning methods that have This analysis assesses trends in aspects of family planning services in Ghana, using information from studies conducted in, and File Size: KB. The Ghana Community-based Health Planning and Services Initiative for scaling up service delivery innovation Article (PDF Available) in Health Policy and Planning 20(1).
Born in Ghana, Dr. Lamptey began his career as a district medical officer there, first in the Salaga district, where he was responsible for preventive and clinical health services forindividuals, and then for the USAID-funded Danfa Comprehensive Rural Health Family Planning Project. The Danfa Comprehensive Rural Health and Family Planning Project was a joint effort of the Ghana Medical School, the Ministry of Health, UCLA, and USAID.
The evolution of the PHC programme in Ghana has been well documented 2 3 4 from the Danfa Comprehensive Rural Health and Family Planning project ( – ), Primary Health Care Strategy paper of /78, WHO-sponsored Brong-Ahafo Regional Development project to the Bamako Initiative. Attitudes toward Family Planning, and Reasons for Nonuse among () using data collected in the Ghana Demographic and Health Surveys that were conducted in and According to their results, a significant number A similar study of family planning programs in India’s rural Bihar state indicated that improvedFile Size: KB.
This report is a summary of data and information of the Family Health Division‟s service family planning, the well-articulated role of the traditional birth attendant and a statement that providers has been approved by the Ethical Review Committee of the Ghana Health Service and it is expected to begin in March solution to developing affordable health services ever since the Danfa Comprehensive Rural Health and Family Planning project demonstrated success (Neumann et al.
; Lamptey et al., ). Similar success was demonstrated by the WHO-sponsored Brong Ahafo Regional Development Project (Amonoo-Lartsen and DeVries, ).
Using evidence. October 2, ACCRA, Ghana—Ghana’s Ministry of Health launched the Ghana Family Planning Costed Implementation Plan, – (GFPCIP) on Septem in front a crowd of implementation of the GFPCIP will increase the number of women in Ghana currently using modern contraception from approximately million in.
Danfa Comprehensive Rural Health and Family Planning Project, Ghana. Accra, Ghana: University of Ghana Medical School, Accra, Ghana: University of Ghana Medical School, Google ScholarAuthor: Jerome S.
Stromberg, R. Galán Morera. So from an ethical viewpoint family planning expresses the wish to improve the health needs of the rural folks . The University of Ghana Medical School, in conjunction with the Min- istry of Health, developed the Danfa Project to train medical Cited by:.
supported the development of the Ghana Family Planning Costed Implementation Plan, – (GFPCIP). This document is the result of extensive consultations with stakeholders working at all levels, including key sector ministries, development partners, implementing partners, professional. Community leaders' attitudes towards and perceptions of suicide and suicide prevention in Ghana Show all authors.
Gilbert, F. F., Lourie, I. M. () The Danfa/Ghana comprehensive rural health and family planning project-preliminary report. Ghana Medical Journal 11(1): 18 Author: Joseph Osafo, Charity S. Akotia, Emmanuel Nii-Boye Quarshie, Johnny Andoh-Arthur, Kofi E.
Boakye. Opinions of Tuesday, 24 April Columnist: Gabriel Frimpong The Community-Based Health Planning and Service (CHPS) concept in Ghana.