health

CALIDs health programme seeks to increase community level involvement in the provision of basic health services. This theme is also a build up from CALID’s previous interventions with People Living with HIV/AIDS and commercial sex workers which lasted for over four years. The health theme, which is the latest intervention , is undertaking a two year project supported by STAR Ghana with funds from DFID,USAID,EU and DANIDA. The project, dubbed ‘Community Action on Resource Allocation and Management of CHPS (CARAM-CHPS) is being implemented in 35 communities in 7 districts. The project exists to ultimately ”Improve management of resources as a result of increased transparency and accountability in 35 CHPS compounds in the Tamale Metro, Bole, Kumbungu, Savelugu/Nanton, Tolon, Sagnarigu and the Sawla/Tuna/Kalba Districts’. Activities are however implemented on three main objectives, which will ultimately result in the main goal of the project. These objectives are :

  • To encourage community involvement in the management of CHPS compounds
  • To build capacity of health Volunteers to advocate for adequate resource flow and attention to the CHPS compounds in their communities
  • To Increase collaboration between key stakeholders (GHS, DA and communities) leading to effective management of the CHPS compounds in a transparent and accountable manner
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    Adjacent SWAD Fast Food Choggu, Tamale-Northern Region

    info@calidghana.org

    233 (0) 37 202 4151

    233 (0) 24 472 3357

    233 (0) 20 804 3549

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