Ghana: A Model for Achieving Results at Scale

This presentation examines how SHOPS is saving children's lives through a public-private partnership on diarrhea management in Ghana. It was presented by Joseph Addo-Yobo at the SHOPS end-of-project event on June 16, 2015.

The presentation also included a video overview of the program.

Author

Joseph Addo-Yobo

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
July 2015
Resource Types
Presentation
Country
Ghana
Health Area
Child Health
Keywords
zinc
oral rehydration therapy
oral rehydration solutions
oral rehydration
maternal and child health
diarrhea
Africa
Current Downloads
14

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