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The Cervical Cancer Early Detection and Treatment Programme was started by Mabia-Ghana through technical support from the Netherlands Senior Experts (PUM) and in partnership with Millennium Villages Promise (MVP) in the Northern and Upper East Regions. The project is aimed at helping low-income and medically under-served women gain access to lifesaving cervical screening and Cryotherapy services(read more)


Unsafe abortion contributes significantly to a high maternal mortality in Ghana, particularly in the three northern regions. Although the abortion law of Ghana is relatively liberal, safe abortion services are non-existent in some districts, knowledge of the abortion law is low and stigma is high.  Through this SAAF funded project, MABIA-Ghana is working in two under-served districts of Northern Ghana in the Upper East and Northern regions. The project aims to increase knowledge of legal rights to abortion among school students and introduce quality, non-judgmental, comprehensive abortion care to women and girls in public health facilities, at the same time ensuring that two midwifery training colleges are able to provide quality pre-service training on safe abortion to trainee midwives.