MABIA-Ghana is a non-profit organization that was founded in August, 2011 to advocate for sound reproductive health policies for vulnerable populations in Ghana particularly the three northern regions.
MABIA-Ghana is adopting strategic
projects that better meet the sexual and reproductive health and right
challenges facing rural communities in northern Ghana. Among the many sexual and reproductive health
and rights issues in Ghana are the rights of women and girls to have access to
legal and safe abortion services. MABIA-Ghana is fulfilling this need through
its project entitled "Increasing Access and Sustaining Quality
of Comprehensive Abortion Care in Northern Ghana. In addition, MABIA-Ghana is
providing Cervical Screening and Cryotherapy services to women and young girls.
MABIA-Ghana’s governing structure and decision-making are anchored around three main organs: a) The Board of Directors that plays a strategic oversight role; approves policies and budgets, deliberates on issues of strategic importance, and holds management accountable for agreed decisions. b) The Secretariat that is headed by the Executive Director charged with the delivery of day to day activities including staff supervision. c) Expert Advisors who provide specialist and expert advice.
MABIA-Ghana's mission is to prevent sexual and reproductive health complications, disability, and related disability among the less privileged and most vulnerable populations in Ghana particularly women and young girls in the three northern regions.
To have a society where women's sexual and reproductive health rights, decisions, and choices are recognized and respected.