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The decision of OAFLA to engage into maternal neonatal and child health has been mainly justified by the dire need implied by the statistical evidence. Many women are dying from pregnancy-related causes on our continent. It is estimated that on average 450 women die every day from pregnancy-related causes. More than half of maternal deaths occur in sub- Saharan Africa1. The well-being of the mother is key to insuring the survival of the child, because it was found out that children who lost their mothers are less likely to celebrate their second birthday.

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H.E Dr Nana Lordina Mahama

First Lady of the Republic of Ghana

OAFLA PRESIDENT (2015-2017)

 

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Strategic Direction

  • Contribute to the national effort in preventing, managing and eliminating HIV and AIDS 
  • Contribute to the national effort in reducing maternal and infant mortality
  • Contribute to the national effort in controlling cervical cancer
  • Enhance organizational learning and stakeholders commitment, and organizational visibility
  • Ensure program and financial sustainability