Community Based Health First Aid Support for Brong Ahafo and Central Region 

The Community Based Health First Aid (CBHFA) approach developed by International Federation of Red Cross (IFRC) and National Societies seeks to create healthy and resilient communities worldwide thus playing a vital part in the Federation Strategy 2020, Strategic Operational Framework (SOF) for Health 2015 and contributing to Millennium Development Goals of 4, 5, 6 and 7.

The approach empowers communities and their volunteers to take charge of their health through mobilizing them to address priority health needs by using simple tools adapted to local contexts. In line with this approach this project aims at contributing to healthier and more resilient communities in Central and Brong Ahafo Regions.

Community ownership and participation has been inculcated in community members to enable them take charge of their own health needs and come out with ways to addressing them. This will ensure continuity of the project even after there in no support from outside.

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Ghana Red Cross Receives $50,000 Chinese Red Cross for cholera Education in Ghana

The China Red Cross Society has made a cheque donation of $50,000 to the Ghana Red Cross Society in support of cholera education in the country. The amount was presented through the Chinese Government, to help fight the current cholera outbreak in the country. 

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Public Dissemination on Activities of Red Cross Society held in the Eastern Region

Red Cross Society is one of the largest volunteer base humanitarian organizations in the world. In Ghana it has about 65,000 volunteers across the country and it is always very important to ensure that the general public becomes aware of what the Red Cross Society does in the lives of its citizens and also make them aware of what the society stands for in the communities.

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Ebola Emergency Preparedness Training for Regional Managers

Ghana Red Cross Society (GRCS) is the largest humanitarian organization in the country and is required by default to be proactive in the restoration of human dignity which at the moment stands the risk of being compromised with the unprecedented rise in cases of the Ebola virus.

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