MamaYe Ghana focuses on the strategic use of evidence to inform and inspire maternal and newborn health development at the individual, community, organizational and political levels. By gathering and sharing research, we can better understand why maternal and newborn health continues to be an issue in Ghana and what steps we can take to overcome it.
The information below was compiled by the Commissions on Information and Accountability for Women’s and Children’s Health and is vital to how we understand and act. It examines the current state of maternal and newborn in Ghana according to 11 indicators, reflected across Ghana’s ten regions. Read, reflect, download and share to do your part in improving the survival of our mothers and babies.