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5th Aug 2015

MP supports Mion District Health Centre

Ghana’s Deputy Minister of Food and Agriculture, has supported the Mion District Health Centre with tricycle ambulances and some motorbikes to help transport pregnant women to the health centre.
4th Aug 2015

Stakeholders discuss increasing newborn survival rates

Tuesday August 4, 2015/ Accra: Ghana’s Minister of Health has said that three is a need to put in the necessary structures to ensure equitable delivery of quality health services to all pregnant women and newborns.
31st Jan 2015

32 pregnant women test HIV positive in Sunyani West

Thirty-two pregnant women in the Sunyani West District tested HIV positive in 2014, when they were screened at the antenatal clinic, statistics from the District Directorate of Health, has revealed.

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28th Feb 2013

MamaYe campaign officially launches in Ghana

The MamaYe campaign in Ghana was officially launched today (26th February, 2013) at the International Conference Centre in Accra. The event attracted over 300 stakeholders in maternal and newborn health who were buzzing with positive energy about the four year social movement that will involve all Ghanaians in saving the lives of mothers and babies. 
20th Feb 2013

MamaYe websites launch across Sub-Saharan Africa

Today (18th February 2013), MamaYe, a public action campaign to save the lives of Ghanaian mothers and babies will be launched. This is the first part of a continent wide campaign which will use digital and mobile phone technology to engage ordinary Ghanaians in the most important fight of all – the battle to save our mothers and babies.