Health  Ghana Project #3485

Improve Maternal and Child health in Ave, Ghana

by Care Net Ghana


The project seeks to improve the health of pregnant women and children by establishing a medical laboratory with ultra sound scan to provide accurate diagnosis for diseases and complicated pregnancies

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Ave, a rural community in Ghana has very limited access to health care facilities. The poor health care in this region is reflected especially in a high child and maternal mortality causes by untreated malaria, malnutrition, diarrhea, anemia and complicated pregnancies. A medical lab with ultra sound scan at the Ave health station will provide accurate diagnosis of common diseases and complicated pregnancies for prompt treatment and referrals.


A Medical lab to provide accurate diagnosis of common diseases - malaria for prompt treatment and supply of treated bednets to nursing mothers will reduce malaria related deaths. Ultra sound equipment will help identify complicated pregnancy

Long-Term Impact

The project will serve some 9,000 people in the Ave traditional area. The project will improve the health of the people and reduce maternal and malaria related deaths in the community through access to medical laboratory, bednets and ultra sounds.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).


Ave Community Health Station
Ghana Forum

Organization Information

Care Net Ghana

Location: Hohoe, Ho - Ghana
Website: http:/​/​
Care Net Ghana
Care Net Ghana
Project Leader:
Care Net Ghana
HO., Volta Region Ghana

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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