The Dodowa Health Research Centre (DHRC) was created, in 1990, as a satellite research station by the Ghana Government with the help from the British Overseas Development Agency (now DFID). It was set up to serve the southern Ghana belt, with the mandate to conduct health research with the aim of guiding policy and decision making within the Ghana Health Service (GHS).
As a critical Sector of the economy, the Ministry of Health seeks to improve the health status of all people living in Ghana thereby contributing to Government’s vision of universal health coverage and a healthy population.
WOMEC believes all segments of the population must be given equal space to develop their full potentials. In line with this, WOMEC is committed to creating the space for fostering partnerships among different segments of the population.
We work to ensure that women, children and adolescents health is achieved through Advocacy, Research and Capacity Building for inclusive, responsive, accountable and equitable delivery of health services.
LASDEL is a Nigerien and Beninese social science research laboratory, carrying out empirically-based qualitative work (socio-anthropological type field surveys), according to international quality standards, founded in 2001 in Niamey (Niger), then extended in 2004 in Parakou (Benin).
The Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp, Belgium, promotes the advancement of science and health for all, through innovative research, advanced education, professional services and capacity building of partner institutions in the South.