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Dr. Bernice Heloo is the founder and board member of Prolink Organisation.In 1978 she graduated from the University of Ghana with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History.
Success Stories

THEODORA NKRUMAH

“I did not know that the use of herbs was wrong until I started seeing the posters around. I stood and watch the posters severally and then asked myself if the herbs could be responsible for the loss of my first pregnancy and the complication I had with the second. Now am just two months pregnant and I can confidently say that I have already visited the hospital twice already? I used to think that the nurses are wicked because of what my grandparents told me about them during the pregnancy of my father”


AGNES NWOLLEY AWUCHIE

Agnes Nwolley Awuchie is a students of Nuba Junior High School (JHS) and a leader of the adolescent club. She is a teenager but has been able to mobilize her fellow age mates including male ones in to the adolescent club. This is what she as to say:
“I did not know about the club until sister Portia came to our school to educate and informed us about it. I was initially not interested but when she brought out the poster on-am a teenager, I will protect my dream that I suddenly realize the need to be part of this club. Ever since I became a member of this club I have changed a lot. I no longer have interest coming home very late after school and have also stopped sleeping outside home. I have attempted severally times to engage in sexual activities but thank God I have not. Sister Portia said if I protect my dream I can become like Agyemang Rawlings”


PAUL KAISER BLAY

Paul Kaiser Blay is a driver atEssiamah taxi and “trotro” station. He is a member of the coalitions for the support for women and emergencyreferral system. This is what he has to say:
“I have been in this district for over ten years but I must confess that I never thought I would be a help to these people someday. Am actually the one they call upon for emergency referrals. On a couple of occasions, pregnant women give birth on the way and in some cases too they don’t make it to the hospital. I see it like a responsibility to make sure that the patient reach the hospital alive and in cases when the unexpected happens---I curse myself, I feel irresponsible and incapable sometimes but all the same I thank the organizers for this opportunity given me to help others. I must add that we the drivers also need training on how to handle some of these cases especially pregnant women who delivers in the car on their way to the hospital.


COSMOS EHOMEAH NZAH

Cosmos Ehomea is a community member from the Ellembelle district. He is not a member of any club nor the emergency transport system. He is an ordinary community member. This is what he has to say:
“I did not know much about domestic chores. In fact I thought it was merely the responsibility of the women but after a friend who claims to be a member of the daddies club educated me on it, I now help my wife who has a 2 months baby with the house chores. Just last night I bath the baby and solely took care of her in the mothers absent”.


STEPRIGHT DADZIE

SteprightDadzie is a Community Health Nurse (CHN) from AgonaNkwata Health Centre. She does home visit, community outreach among others. This is what she has to say:
“I have learnt a lot form the workshop I went especially emergency transport system, behavior change communication and the DHIMS. The training has helped me to refer certain cases I did not use to refer as well as prompt referral of these cases. The emergency transport system has also helped us to identify and form an association with Ghana Private Roads and Transport Union (GPRTU). We now have drivers that we can readily reach for referrals. I did not know that the patient also has a right. I used to disclose the confidentiality of patients information to their parents without knowing that it was wrong thing to do but now because of eni/prolink workshop I have stopped this behavior. The DHIMS has also helped me a lot because as a CHN we do almost everything including documentation and record keeping. I can now enter the GHS portal without any challenges and access the data base by not necessarily transporting myself all the way to the district or regional office. However, we need more and more training. There are still a lot more nurses not trained and are still practicing the old bad things.


THEODORA NKRUMAH

“I did not know that the use of herbs was wrong until I started seeing the posters around. I stood and watch the posters severally and then asked myself if the herbs could be responsible for the loss of my first pregnancy and the complication I had with the second. Now am just two months pregnant and I can confidently say that I have already visited the hospital twice already? I used to think that the nurses are wicked because of what my grandparents told me about them during the pregnancy of my father”


AGNES NWOLLEY AWUCHIE

Agnes Nwolley Awuchie is a students of Nuba Junior High School (JHS) and a leader of the adolescent club. She is a teenager but has been able to mobilize her fellow age mates including male ones in to the adolescent club. This is what she as to say:
“I did not know about the club until sister Portia came to our school to educate and informed us about it. I was initially not interested but when she brought out the poster on-am a teenager, I will protect my dream that I suddenly realize the need to be part of this club. Ever since I became a member of this club I have changed a lot. I no longer have interest coming home very late after school and have also stopped sleeping outside home. I have attempted severally times to engage in sexual activities but thank God I have not. Sister Portia said if I protect my dream I can become like Agyemang Rawlings”


PAUL KAISER BLAY

Paul Kaiser Blay is a driver atEssiamah taxi and “trotro” station. He is a member of the coalitions for the support for women and emergencyreferral system. This is what he has to say:
“I have been in this district for over ten years but I must confess that I never thought I would be a help to these people someday. Am actually the one they call upon for emergency referrals. On a couple of occasions, pregnant women give birth on the way and in some cases too they don’t make it to the hospital. I see it like a responsibility to make sure that the patient reach the hospital alive and in cases when the unexpected happens---I curse myself, I feel irresponsible and incapable sometimes but all the same I thank the organizers for this opportunity given me to help others. I must add that we the drivers also need training on how to handle some of these cases especially pregnant women who delivers in the car on their way to the hospital.


COSMOS EHOMEAH NZAH

Cosmos Ehomea is a community member from the Ellembelle district. He is not a member of any club nor the emergency transport system. He is an ordinary community member. This is what he has to say:
“I did not know much about domestic chores. In fact I thought it was merely the responsibility of the women but after a friend who claims to be a member of the daddies club educated me on it, I now help my wife who has a 2 months baby with the house chores. Just last night I bath the baby and solely took care of her in the mothers absent”.


STEPRIGHT DADZIE

SteprightDadzie is a Community Health Nurse (CHN) from AgonaNkwata Health Centre. She does home visit, community outreach among others. This is what she has to say:
“I have learnt a lot form the workshop I went especially emergency transport system, behavior change communication and the DHIMS. The training has helped me to refer certain cases I did not use to refer as well as prompt referral of these cases. The emergency transport system has also helped us to identify and form an association with Ghana Private Roads and Transport Union (GPRTU). We now have drivers that we can readily reach for referrals. I did not know that the patient also has a right. I used to disclose the confidentiality of patients information to their parents without knowing that it was wrong thing to do but now because of eni/prolink workshop I have stopped this behavior. The DHIMS has also helped me a lot because as a CHN we do almost everything including documentation and record keeping. I can now enter the GHS portal without any challenges and access the data base by not necessarily transporting myself all the way to the district or regional office. However, we need more and more training. There are still a lot more nurses not trained and are still practicing the old bad things.


THEODORA NKRUMAH

“I did not know that the use of herbs was wrong until I started seeing the posters around. I stood and watch the posters severally and then asked myself if the herbs could be responsible for the loss of my first pregnancy and the complication I had with the second. Now am just two months pregnant and I can confidently say that I have already visited the hospital twice already? I used to think that the nurses are wicked because of what my grandparents told me about them during the pregnancy of my father”


AGNES NWOLLEY AWUCHIE

Agnes Nwolley Awuchie is a students of Nuba Junior High School (JHS) and a leader of the adolescent club. She is a teenager but has been able to mobilize her fellow age mates including male ones in to the adolescent club. This is what she as to say:
“I did not know about the club until sister Portia came to our school to educate and informed us about it. I was initially not interested but when she brought out the poster on-am a teenager, I will protect my dream that I suddenly realize the need to be part of this club. Ever since I became a member of this club I have changed a lot. I no longer have interest coming home very late after school and have also stopped sleeping outside home. I have attempted severally times to engage in sexual activities but thank God I have not. Sister Portia said if I protect my dream I can become like Agyemang Rawlings”


PAUL KAISER BLAY

Paul Kaiser Blay is a driver atEssiamah taxi and “trotro” station. He is a member of the coalitions for the support for women and emergencyreferral system. This is what he has to say:
“I have been in this district for over ten years but I must confess that I never thought I would be a help to these people someday. Am actually the one they call upon for emergency referrals. On a couple of occasions, pregnant women give birth on the way and in some cases too they don’t make it to the hospital. I see it like a responsibility to make sure that the patient reach the hospital alive and in cases when the unexpected happens---I curse myself, I feel irresponsible and incapable sometimes but all the same I thank the organizers for this opportunity given me to help others. I must add that we the drivers also need training on how to handle some of these cases especially pregnant women who delivers in the car on their way to the hospital.


COSMOS EHOMEAH NZAH

Cosmos Ehomea is a community member from the Ellembelle district. He is not a member of any club nor the emergency transport system. He is an ordinary community member. This is what he has to say:
“I did not know much about domestic chores. In fact I thought it was merely the responsibility of the women but after a friend who claims to be a member of the daddies club educated me on it, I now help my wife who has a 2 months baby with the house chores. Just last night I bath the baby and solely took care of her in the mothers absent”.


STEPRIGHT DADZIE

SteprightDadzie is a Community Health Nurse (CHN) from AgonaNkwata Health Centre. She does home visit, community outreach among others. This is what she has to say:
“I have learnt a lot form the workshop I went especially emergency transport system, behavior change communication and the DHIMS. The training has helped me to refer certain cases I did not use to refer as well as prompt referral of these cases. The emergency transport system has also helped us to identify and form an association with Ghana Private Roads and Transport Union (GPRTU). We now have drivers that we can readily reach for referrals. I did not know that the patient also has a right. I used to disclose the confidentiality of patients information to their parents without knowing that it was wrong thing to do but now because of eni/prolink workshop I have stopped this behavior. The DHIMS has also helped me a lot because as a CHN we do almost everything including documentation and record keeping. I can now enter the GHS portal without any challenges and access the data base by not necessarily transporting myself all the way to the district or regional office. However, we need more and more training. There are still a lot more nurses not trained and are still practicing the old bad things.


THEODORA NKRUMAH

“I did not know that the use of herbs was wrong until I started seeing the posters around. I stood and watch the posters severally and then asked myself if the herbs could be responsible for the loss of my first pregnancy and the complication I had with the second. Now am just two months pregnant and I can confidently say that I have already visited the hospital twice already? I used to think that the nurses are wicked because of what my grandparents told me about them during the pregnancy of my father”


AGNES NWOLLEY AWUCHIE

Agnes Nwolley Awuchie is a students of Nuba Junior High School (JHS) and a leader of the adolescent club. She is a teenager but has been able to mobilize her fellow age mates including male ones in to the adolescent club. This is what she as to say:
“I did not know about the club until sister Portia came to our school to educate and informed us about it. I was initially not interested but when she brought out the poster on-am a teenager, I will protect my dream that I suddenly realize the need to be part of this club. Ever since I became a member of this club I have changed a lot. I no longer have interest coming home very late after school and have also stopped sleeping outside home. I have attempted severally times to engage in sexual activities but thank God I have not. Sister Portia said if I protect my dream I can become like Agyemang Rawlings”


PAUL KAISER BLAY

Paul Kaiser Blay is a driver atEssiamah taxi and “trotro” station. He is a member of the coalitions for the support for women and emergencyreferral system. This is what he has to say:
“I have been in this district for over ten years but I must confess that I never thought I would be a help to these people someday. Am actually the one they call upon for emergency referrals. On a couple of occasions, pregnant women give birth on the way and in some cases too they don’t make it to the hospital. I see it like a responsibility to make sure that the patient reach the hospital alive and in cases when the unexpected happens---I curse myself, I feel irresponsible and incapable sometimes but all the same I thank the organizers for this opportunity given me to help others. I must add that we the drivers also need training on how to handle some of these cases especially pregnant women who delivers in the car on their way to the hospital.


COSMOS EHOMEAH NZAH

Cosmos Ehomea is a community member from the Ellembelle district. He is not a member of any club nor the emergency transport system. He is an ordinary community member. This is what he has to say:
“I did not know much about domestic chores. In fact I thought it was merely the responsibility of the women but after a friend who claims to be a member of the daddies club educated me on it, I now help my wife who has a 2 months baby with the house chores. Just last night I bath the baby and solely took care of her in the mothers absent”.


STEPRIGHT DADZIE

SteprightDadzie is a Community Health Nurse (CHN) from AgonaNkwata Health Centre. She does home visit, community outreach among others. This is what she has to say:
“I have learnt a lot form the workshop I went especially emergency transport system, behavior change communication and the DHIMS. The training has helped me to refer certain cases I did not use to refer as well as prompt referral of these cases. The emergency transport system has also helped us to identify and form an association with Ghana Private Roads and Transport Union (GPRTU). We now have drivers that we can readily reach for referrals. I did not know that the patient also has a right. I used to disclose the confidentiality of patients information to their parents without knowing that it was wrong thing to do but now because of eni/prolink workshop I have stopped this behavior. The DHIMS has also helped me a lot because as a CHN we do almost everything including documentation and record keeping. I can now enter the GHS portal without any challenges and access the data base by not necessarily transporting myself all the way to the district or regional office. However, we need more and more training. There are still a lot more nurses not trained and are still practicing the old bad things.


THEODORA NKRUMAH

“I did not know that the use of herbs was wrong until I started seeing the posters around. I stood and watch the posters severally and then asked myself if the herbs could be responsible for the loss of my first pregnancy and the complication I had with the second. Now am just two months pregnant and I can confidently say that I have already visited the hospital twice already? I used to think that the nurses are wicked because of what my grandparents told me about them during the pregnancy of my father”


AGNES NWOLLEY AWUCHIE

Agnes Nwolley Awuchie is a students of Nuba Junior High School (JHS) and a leader of the adolescent club. She is a teenager but has been able to mobilize her fellow age mates including male ones in to the adolescent club. This is what she as to say:
“I did not know about the club until sister Portia came to our school to educate and informed us about it. I was initially not interested but when she brought out the poster on-am a teenager, I will protect my dream that I suddenly realize the need to be part of this club. Ever since I became a member of this club I have changed a lot. I no longer have interest coming home very late after school and have also stopped sleeping outside home. I have attempted severally times to engage in sexual activities but thank God I have not. Sister Portia said if I protect my dream I can become like Agyemang Rawlings”


PAUL KAISER BLAY

Paul Kaiser Blay is a driver atEssiamah taxi and “trotro” station. He is a member of the coalitions for the support for women and emergencyreferral system. This is what he has to say:
“I have been in this district for over ten years but I must confess that I never thought I would be a help to these people someday. Am actually the one they call upon for emergency referrals. On a couple of occasions, pregnant women give birth on the way and in some cases too they don’t make it to the hospital. I see it like a responsibility to make sure that the patient reach the hospital alive and in cases when the unexpected happens---I curse myself, I feel irresponsible and incapable sometimes but all the same I thank the organizers for this opportunity given me to help others. I must add that we the drivers also need training on how to handle some of these cases especially pregnant women who delivers in the car on their way to the hospital.


COSMOS EHOMEAH NZAH

Cosmos Ehomea is a community member from the Ellembelle district. He is not a member of any club nor the emergency transport system. He is an ordinary community member. This is what he has to say:
“I did not know much about domestic chores. In fact I thought it was merely the responsibility of the women but after a friend who claims to be a member of the daddies club educated me on it, I now help my wife who has a 2 months baby with the house chores. Just last night I bath the baby and solely took care of her in the mothers absent”.


STEPRIGHT DADZIE

SteprightDadzie is a Community Health Nurse (CHN) from AgonaNkwata Health Centre. She does home visit, community outreach among others. This is what she has to say:
“I have learnt a lot form the workshop I went especially emergency transport system, behavior change communication and the DHIMS. The training has helped me to refer certain cases I did not use to refer as well as prompt referral of these cases. The emergency transport system has also helped us to identify and form an association with Ghana Private Roads and Transport Union (GPRTU). We now have drivers that we can readily reach for referrals. I did not know that the patient also has a right. I used to disclose the confidentiality of patients information to their parents without knowing that it was wrong thing to do but now because of eni/prolink workshop I have stopped this behavior. The DHIMS has also helped me a lot because as a CHN we do almost everything including documentation and record keeping. I can now enter the GHS portal without any challenges and access the data base by not necessarily transporting myself all the way to the district or regional office. However, we need more and more training. There are still a lot more nurses not trained and are still practicing the old bad things.


THEODORA NKRUMAH

“I did not know that the use of herbs was wrong until I started seeing the posters around. I stood and watch the posters severally and then asked myself if the herbs could be responsible for the loss of my first pregnancy and the complication I had with the second. Now am just two months pregnant and I can confidently say that I have already visited the hospital twice already? I used to think that the nurses are wicked because of what my grandparents told me about them during the pregnancy of my father”


AGNES NWOLLEY AWUCHIE

Agnes Nwolley Awuchie is a students of Nuba Junior High School (JHS) and a leader of the adolescent club. She is a teenager but has been able to mobilize her fellow age mates including male ones in to the adolescent club. This is what she as to say:
“I did not know about the club until sister Portia came to our school to educate and informed us about it. I was initially not interested but when she brought out the poster on-am a teenager, I will protect my dream that I suddenly realize the need to be part of this club. Ever since I became a member of this club I have changed a lot. I no longer have interest coming home very late after school and have also stopped sleeping outside home. I have attempted severally times to engage in sexual activities but thank God I have not. Sister Portia said if I protect my dream I can become like Agyemang Rawlings”


PAUL KAISER BLAY

Paul Kaiser Blay is a driver atEssiamah taxi and “trotro” station. He is a member of the coalitions for the support for women and emergencyreferral system. This is what he has to say:
“I have been in this district for over ten years but I must confess that I never thought I would be a help to these people someday. Am actually the one they call upon for emergency referrals. On a couple of occasions, pregnant women give birth on the way and in some cases too they don’t make it to the hospital. I see it like a responsibility to make sure that the patient reach the hospital alive and in cases when the unexpected happens---I curse myself, I feel irresponsible and incapable sometimes but all the same I thank the organizers for this opportunity given me to help others. I must add that we the drivers also need training on how to handle some of these cases especially pregnant women who delivers in the car on their way to the hospital.


COSMOS EHOMEAH NZAH

Cosmos Ehomea is a community member from the Ellembelle district. He is not a member of any club nor the emergency transport system. He is an ordinary community member. This is what he has to say:
“I did not know much about domestic chores. In fact I thought it was merely the responsibility of the women but after a friend who claims to be a member of the daddies club educated me on it, I now help my wife who has a 2 months baby with the house chores. Just last night I bath the baby and solely took care of her in the mothers absent”.


STEPRIGHT DADZIE

SteprightDadzie is a Community Health Nurse (CHN) from AgonaNkwata Health Centre. She does home visit, community outreach among others. This is what she has to say:
“I have learnt a lot form the workshop I went especially emergency transport system, behavior change communication and the DHIMS. The training has helped me to refer certain cases I did not use to refer as well as prompt referral of these cases. The emergency transport system has also helped us to identify and form an association with Ghana Private Roads and Transport Union (GPRTU). We now have drivers that we can readily reach for referrals. I did not know that the patient also has a right. I used to disclose the confidentiality of patients information to their parents without knowing that it was wrong thing to do but now because of eni/prolink workshop I have stopped this behavior. The DHIMS has also helped me a lot because as a CHN we do almost everything including documentation and record keeping. I can now enter the GHS portal without any challenges and access the data base by not necessarily transporting myself all the way to the district or regional office. However, we need more and more training. There are still a lot more nurses not trained and are still practicing the old bad things.


THEODORA NKRUMAH

“I did not know that the use of herbs was wrong until I started seeing the posters around. I stood and watch the posters severally and then asked myself if the herbs could be responsible for the loss of my first pregnancy and the complication I had with the second. Now am just two months pregnant and I can confidently say that I have already visited the hospital twice already? I used to think that the nurses are wicked because of what my grandparents told me about them during the pregnancy of my father”


AGNES NWOLLEY AWUCHIE

Agnes Nwolley Awuchie is a students of Nuba Junior High School (JHS) and a leader of the adolescent club. She is a teenager but has been able to mobilize her fellow age mates including male ones in to the adolescent club. This is what she as to say:
“I did not know about the club until sister Portia came to our school to educate and informed us about it. I was initially not interested but when she brought out the poster on-am a teenager, I will protect my dream that I suddenly realize the need to be part of this club. Ever since I became a member of this club I have changed a lot. I no longer have interest coming home very late after school and have also stopped sleeping outside home. I have attempted severally times to engage in sexual activities but thank God I have not. Sister Portia said if I protect my dream I can become like Agyemang Rawlings”


PAUL KAISER BLAY

Paul Kaiser Blay is a driver atEssiamah taxi and “trotro” station. He is a member of the coalitions for the support for women and emergencyreferral system. This is what he has to say:
“I have been in this district for over ten years but I must confess that I never thought I would be a help to these people someday. Am actually the one they call upon for emergency referrals. On a couple of occasions, pregnant women give birth on the way and in some cases too they don’t make it to the hospital. I see it like a responsibility to make sure that the patient reach the hospital alive and in cases when the unexpected happens---I curse myself, I feel irresponsible and incapable sometimes but all the same I thank the organizers for this opportunity given me to help others. I must add that we the drivers also need training on how to handle some of these cases especially pregnant women who delivers in the car on their way to the hospital.


COSMOS EHOMEAH NZAH

Cosmos Ehomea is a community member from the Ellembelle district. He is not a member of any club nor the emergency transport system. He is an ordinary community member. This is what he has to say:
“I did not know much about domestic chores. In fact I thought it was merely the responsibility of the women but after a friend who claims to be a member of the daddies club educated me on it, I now help my wife who has a 2 months baby with the house chores. Just last night I bath the baby and solely took care of her in the mothers absent”.


STEPRIGHT DADZIE

SteprightDadzie is a Community Health Nurse (CHN) from AgonaNkwata Health Centre. She does home visit, community outreach among others. This is what she has to say:
“I have learnt a lot form the workshop I went especially emergency transport system, behavior change communication and the DHIMS. The training has helped me to refer certain cases I did not use to refer as well as prompt referral of these cases. The emergency transport system has also helped us to identify and form an association with Ghana Private Roads and Transport Union (GPRTU). We now have drivers that we can readily reach for referrals. I did not know that the patient also has a right. I used to disclose the confidentiality of patients information to their parents without knowing that it was wrong thing to do but now because of eni/prolink workshop I have stopped this behavior. The DHIMS has also helped me a lot because as a CHN we do almost everything including documentation and record keeping. I can now enter the GHS portal without any challenges and access the data base by not necessarily transporting myself all the way to the district or regional office. However, we need more and more training. There are still a lot more nurses not trained and are still practicing the old bad things.


THEODORA NKRUMAH

“I did not know that the use of herbs was wrong until I started seeing the posters around. I stood and watch the posters severally and then asked myself if the herbs could be responsible for the loss of my first pregnancy and the complication I had with the second. Now am just two months pregnant and I can confidently say that I have already visited the hospital twice already? I used to think that the nurses are wicked because of what my grandparents told me about them during the pregnancy of my father”


AGNES NWOLLEY AWUCHIE

Agnes Nwolley Awuchie is a students of Nuba Junior High School (JHS) and a leader of the adolescent club. She is a teenager but has been able to mobilize her fellow age mates including male ones in to the adolescent club. This is what she as to say:
“I did not know about the club until sister Portia came to our school to educate and informed us about it. I was initially not interested but when she brought out the poster on-am a teenager, I will protect my dream that I suddenly realize the need to be part of this club. Ever since I became a member of this club I have changed a lot. I no longer have interest coming home very late after school and have also stopped sleeping outside home. I have attempted severally times to engage in sexual activities but thank God I have not. Sister Portia said if I protect my dream I can become like Agyemang Rawlings”


PAUL KAISER BLAY

Paul Kaiser Blay is a driver atEssiamah taxi and “trotro” station. He is a member of the coalitions for the support for women and emergencyreferral system. This is what he has to say:
“I have been in this district for over ten years but I must confess that I never thought I would be a help to these people someday. Am actually the one they call upon for emergency referrals. On a couple of occasions, pregnant women give birth on the way and in some cases too they don’t make it to the hospital. I see it like a responsibility to make sure that the patient reach the hospital alive and in cases when the unexpected happens---I curse myself, I feel irresponsible and incapable sometimes but all the same I thank the organizers for this opportunity given me to help others. I must add that we the drivers also need training on how to handle some of these cases especially pregnant women who delivers in the car on their way to the hospital.


COSMOS EHOMEAH NZAH

Cosmos Ehomea is a community member from the Ellembelle district. He is not a member of any club nor the emergency transport system. He is an ordinary community member. This is what he has to say:
“I did not know much about domestic chores. In fact I thought it was merely the responsibility of the women but after a friend who claims to be a member of the daddies club educated me on it, I now help my wife who has a 2 months baby with the house chores. Just last night I bath the baby and solely took care of her in the mothers absent”.


STEPRIGHT DADZIE

SteprightDadzie is a Community Health Nurse (CHN) from AgonaNkwata Health Centre. She does home visit, community outreach among others. This is what she has to say:
“I have learnt a lot form the workshop I went especially emergency transport system, behavior change communication and the DHIMS. The training has helped me to refer certain cases I did not use to refer as well as prompt referral of these cases. The emergency transport system has also helped us to identify and form an association with Ghana Private Roads and Transport Union (GPRTU). We now have drivers that we can readily reach for referrals. I did not know that the patient also has a right. I used to disclose the confidentiality of patients information to their parents without knowing that it was wrong thing to do but now because of eni/prolink workshop I have stopped this behavior. The DHIMS has also helped me a lot because as a CHN we do almost everything including documentation and record keeping. I can now enter the GHS portal without any challenges and access the data base by not necessarily transporting myself all the way to the district or regional office. However, we need more and more training. There are still a lot more nurses not trained and are still practicing the old bad things.


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Tel/Fax 233 21 816963,
Loc: Nii Kweifio St, Baatsona
Spintex Road Opposite
Abratea Hair Clinic

Our Mission

Our mission is “To advocate and empower disadvantaged people to improve their health, educational, socio-economic status within the context of human rights.”

Our Values

Capacity
Professionalism
Focus
Competence
Diversity

Area of Work

Health 

Economic Empowerment

Vocational skill training

Environmental Protection

Food Security