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Improving Maternal Health Delivery Through Participatory Governance

Improving Maternal Health Service Delivery through Participatory Governance (IMPROVE) is a European Union (EU) funded project being implemented by Christian Aid and SEND-GHANA.

The three-year project is aiming at contributing to the effective delivery of maternal health services in Ghana with a specific objective of ensuring that citizens in the selected districts effectively held government to be accountable, which would lead to improved accountability, responsiveness and service delivery in the area of maternal health by 2016.

The project also aims at helping the country to meet some of the Millennium Development Goals especially on health.

The project also seeks to equip members of selected communities drawn from 30 districts in the Northern, Upper East and Upper Regions, with knowledge and skills to adopt good health practices in order to reduce the danger related to pregnancy and childbirth in these communities.

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