Healthy Mothers & New Borns

Healthy Mothers & New Borns

WHW seeks to Ensure that over 80% of midwives are trained in Helping Babies Breathe (HBB) and Helping Babies Survive (HBS) , Ensure that women aged 25 to 55 years undergo annual health screening and also Ensure quality, affordable and effective treatment for anomalies detected through screening among others.

Latest Updates on Healthy Mothers & New Borns

Suntreso hospital, 3 other facilities given boost in treatment of newborns

Suntreso Govt Hospital Given a boost after WHW supplies it with essential equipment


Client Satisfaction Soars from a Positive Intervention

Client Satisfaction Soars from a Positive Intervention Cervical cancer is a malignant tumor of the cervix affecting the lower part of the uterus and it is one of the leading causes of death in women.  It occurs mostly in women over 30 years. It is a condition that can have no symptoms though some  may […]

Donation to Greater Works Restoration Foundation

Greater Works Restoration Foundation (GWRF)  recently held a free surgical outreach to the Upper East Region. The programme was extremely successful and the impact was significant in the lives of the individuals we operated on. Thirty (30) successful free reconstructive surgeries were performed. Eighty five( 85%) percent of the patients seen were women and children […]

Report on Training in Helping Babies Breathe and Essential Newborn Care in the Ashanti Region

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[PHOTOS] Training with ISUOG

[PHOTOS] New Born Training In Kwabre East District

DripDrop Saves Lives: Notes from the Pediatric Emergency Unit in Kumasi, Ghana

Dehydration in children younger than five years of age as a result of diarrhea and vomiting, malarial fever and other infections, is a major contributory cause of mortality in under-5s in Ghana. The ominous nature of dehydration in children warrants an immediate and effective restoration of body water balance, to forestall death. Reducing child mortality […]

Improving Jaundice detection at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital

Nearly 50 per cent of all newborns develop a yellowing of skin and eyes known as jaundice. Newborn jaundice can occur when babies have a high level of a yellow pigment bilirubin produced during the normal breakdown of red blood cells. The high levels of bilirubin are due to the inability of the still- developing […]