Media Coverage


Ghana Broadcasting Corporation

African countries urged to prioritize reproductive health supplies locally

Some 300 world experts on Reproductive Health Supplies, under the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition RHSC are meeting in Accra to examine the impact of COVID-19 on funding for reproductive health supplies, drawing lessons from the sector, and celebrating its resilience. Issues to be discussed include funding for sexual, reproductive, maternal, and menstrual health supplies. Minister of Health Kwaku Agyemang Manu who opened the meeting through a representative said investing in reproductive health goes beyond a policy initiative. It is a deliberate effort towards attaining the SDGs, reflecting the government’s commitment to gender equality, health, and equitable prosperity. Read the full article

Ghana News Agency

Ghana to increase reproductive health commodities by 20%

Accra, Oct.20, GNA – Ghana is set to increase her reproductive health supplies by 20 per cent to meet her 2030 Family Planning goals. The goals include comprehensive reproductive, maternal, newborn child, adolescent health and nutrition systems. Dr Claudette Diego, Logistics and Supply Manager, Ghana Health Service (GHS) made this known to the media on the sidelines of the 2023 General Membership Meeting of the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition (RHSC) in Accra. Read the full article

Peace FM Online

MOH Justifies Ghana's Resilience Towards Reproductive Health Services In COVID-19 Times

The Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition (RHSC) in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, Ghana has brought its members together to examine COVID-19’s impact on funding for reproductive health supplies and related markets and supply chains, drawing lessons from how the sector responded, and celebrating its unique resilience under the theme ‘Resilience’.Read the full article

Daily Guide Network

‘Africa Poised To Produce Reproductive Health Supplies’

Director of the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition, (RHSC), Martyn Smith, says the time is ripe for African countries to put in the right policies and measures to ensure the local manufacturing of high quality reproductive health supplies, to meet the needs of the continent. Read the full article


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