Ghana Must Honour Abuja Declaration

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The country has also made significant progress towards achieving MDGs 2, 3, 6 and 8.

As a signatory to the MDGs and the Abuja Declaration, which enjoins nations to, among other things, reduce maternal mortality, Ghana has over the last decade implemented a number of policy interventions, including the free maternal health care policy, national health insurance scheme, safe motherhood initiatives, and roll back malaria to address maternal healthcare challenges.

In spite of all these, however, experts say the pace of progress suggests that Ghana is unlikely to attain the goal of halving maternal mortality.

The report also bemoaned the lack of citizen participation in putting together the health budget.

‘Citizens are not also involved in health budget planning. This state of affairs does not promote transparency in the allocation and utilisation of funds earmarked for the implementation of maternal healthcare programmes,’ Dr Maya said.

 
 

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