UHCGhana Master Trainers

The following individuals attended eight days training to become UHC (Universal Health Coverage) Ghana Master Trainers. They are able and equipped to design, develop and provide step-down trainings around Domestic Health Financing, Universal Health Coverage and Budget Advocacy in Ghana. You may click on their social media profiles to contact them. 

Mr. Louis Acheampong
National Treasurer

The Ghana HIV/AIDS Network provides a forum mainly for information and experience sharing towards effective program planning through the promotion of frequent interaction and sharing ideas, experiences, and skills as well as fighting all forms of discrimination and stigmatization against persons living with HIV/AIDS.

Mr. David Akwesi Afreh
Social Worker

Stop TB Partnership is an organization that seeks to create a world without TB through set goals to fight TB globally; grant funds to reach and treat people living with TB and as well strive to raise the profile and understanding of TB.

Mr. Oswald Owusu-Akuoko
Executive Secretary

Ghana Coalition of NGOs in Health is a noble National Umbrella Organisation that provides public health and safety interventions across the nation through evidence-based advocacy, empowerment of members, innovative programming, organizational development, and behavior change communication.

Mr. Ninsau Kwesi Darku – Alazar
Social Worker

The Agency for Health and Food Security is a National Civil Society Organization with a primary goal of promoting sustainable agriculture and food security systems; contributing to improved nutrition and health systems, and promoting sustainable environmental and land use management.

Mr. Isaac Ampomah
Editorial Board Member

Action on Preeclampsia Ghana is a Preeclampsia advocacy group in Ghana with the aim to raise public and professional awareness of Preeclampsia and support families and mothers who have suffered from Preeclampsia and any other pregnancy-induced hypertensive disorder particularly educating and advising the public especially women on the symptoms of Preeclampsia and the need for early symptom recognition.

Madam Elsie Cornelia Ayeh
Development Planner

Network of Persons living with HIV and AIDS (NAP+) is an organization that serves as the national umbrella body to direct, coordinate and provide a common voice for People Living with HIV and AIDS in Ghana.

Madam Jacqueline Naa Morkor Commodore 
 Executive Secretary

Non-State Actors, Ghana (NSA-Ghana), is a consortium of Academia, CSOs (National International), the Private Sector, and the Media and Community Traditional Leaders and Persons living and affected by TB and HIV, the donor community which seeks to improve health outcomes for the majority of Ghanaians, especially the under-served including the vulnerable.

Mr. Samuel Dodoo
Executive Director

Media Response is a non-governmental organization (NGO) established in June 2002 that seeks to promote socio-economic development through collaboration with state and non-state actors to carry out capacity building, research, advocacy, communications, and social mobilization in the areas of ECOWAS Free Movement and Migration, Good Governance and Social Accountability, Business Development and Financial Management, Environment, Health, and Safety.

Mr. Antonio Gomado 
 Board Member

Stop TB Partnership is an organization that seeks to create a world without TB through set goals to fight TB globally; grant funds to reach and treat people living with TB and as well strive to raise the profile and understanding of TB.

Mr. Kekesi Defoe Isaac
Social Entrepreneur

The coalition of NGOs in Nutrition and Food Security is a duly incorporated National body of Non-Governmental Organizations, nutrition & food security experts, and individuals working together to raise the red flags or promote nutrition and food security on the National Development Agenda in line with the Sustainable Development Goals 1, 2 and 3.

Madam Irene Kpodo
Administrator

Network of Persons living with HIV and AIDS (NAP+) is an organization that serves as the national umbrella body to direct, coordinate and provide a common voice for People Living with HIV and AIDS in Ghana.

Mr. Teye Jonathan Tetteh-Kwao
Development Consultant

Ghana National Coalition of NGOs in Malaria is a coalition of registered Non-Governmental Organizations involved in Malaria interventions in Ghana with a large group of about 200 members spread widely across the 16 Regions of the country. The Civil Society Network believes that Malaria Control and Prevention is the responsibility of all and sundry; individuals, faith-based organizations, communities, institutions, governments, and many more, therefore should be treated as such.

Madam Koiwah Koi-Larbi Ofusuapea
Social Entrepreneur

Action on Preeclampsia Ghana is a Preeclampsia advocacy group in Ghana with the aim to raise public and professional awareness of Preeclampsia and support families and mothers who have suffered from Preeclampsia and any other pregnancy-induced hypertensive disorder particularly educating and advising the public especially women on the symptoms of Preeclampsia and the need for early symptom recognition.

Madam Felicia Sosu
National Treasurer

Ghana National Coalition of NGOs in Malaria is a coalition of registered Non-Governmental Organizations involved in Malaria interventions in Ghana with a large group of about 200 members spread widely across the 16 Regions of the country. The Civil Society Network believes that Malaria Control and Prevention is the responsibility of all and sundry; individuals, faith-based organizations, communities, institutions, governments, and many more, therefore should be treated as such.

Mr. Chrisantus Tambaa
Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

Global Hand on NaturalEnvironmental Care is a Ghanaian registered local NGO, the organization was founded on the principle of allotment and working with underserved, marginalized, and deprived women and children. They do so through capacity building, micro financing, rights-based advocacy, giving support to orphans and vulnerable children’s basic education, agroforestry and food security, reproductive health rights education, HIV prevention and care programs, research, and partnership in Ghana.

“We promise on our honor to be faithful and loyal to Ghana, our motherland.”