Visitors:
It's been truly eventful since MHC launched in February 2013, with the series achieving what can be described as a 'megaphone effect' throughout the media, and creating a positive impetus for change throughout the country. In the words of Justice Jones Victor Mawulorm Dotse, the Supreme Court judge who endorsed MHC during the recent election petition, 'These are issues we must address!' We are pleased MHC has struck a chord and is resonating positively throughout the country. We are committed to continuing this critical task in the service of all our mothers and our dear country. This week, we conclude the first season of our television series with the final part of our interview with Dr. Appiah - Denkyira, Director General of the Ghana Health Service. Don't miss the head of Ghana Health Service responding to the key issues highlighted by the series. There will be special TV programmes as we prepare for another riveting series of the Maternal Health Channel. MHC LIVE continues the positive impetus generated by the series with a tour of 20 communities throughout Ghana.
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    Charity's Story - A Report From Keta...

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    Charity'S Story: Part 2...

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    Good News From Kpalbe...

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    Is Korle Bu Hospital At A Breaking Point...

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    Ghana's Empty Blood Banks...

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    Is Korle Bu Hospital Now A Dumping Groun...

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    Prof. Sai Speaks...

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    Ghana's Most Equipped Hospital...

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    Setting The Records Straight...

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    Profile of Dr. Sylvia Deganus...

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    The Road to Kute-Buem Part 1...

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    The Road to Kute-Buem Part 2...

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    The Tireless TBA of Taido ...

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    The Children of Salaga Part 1...

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    The Children of Salaga Part 2...

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    The Road to Bomkpa Part 1...

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    The Road to Bomkpa Part 2...

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    The Road to Bomkpa Part 3...

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    A Place Where Women are not Allowed to G...

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    A Place Where Women are not Allowed to G...

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    I'm Pregnant: Eating Baked Clay Is Good ...

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    Baked Clay Addiction & Pre-Natal Care. A...

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    Open The Gate! My Wife Is Dying!...

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    Open The Gate! My Wife Is Dying! Part 2...

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    Perfect’s Death and the VRA Gate: Is a...

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    Rising Deaths from Unsafe Abortions: Wha...

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    Ensuring That The Woman Is Safe...

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    Young People Talk about Unsafe Abortions...

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    What if the Drug to Save My Life is Sub-...

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    This Week We Are Calling 193 For An Ambu...

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    Kayayei: Young Mothers Surviving The Ope...

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    Who Cares For Kayayei?...

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    Kayayei: What is to be Done?...

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    Revisiting the Key Issues Facing Materna...

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    Revisiting the Key Issues Facing Materna...

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    MHC Ends First TV Season...

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    Feeding Key Issues Into Ghana's Health P...

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    Feeding Key Issues Into Ghana's Health P...

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    Help Comes To Homeless Street Porters (K...

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"The Lights Have Gone Out Again" is a moving investigation into the high incidence of maternal deaths in Ghana. Filmed in diverse locations across Ghana, it tells powerful stories about the challenges that women confront as they seek care from the health services. It features key advocates, policy makers and leading health practitioners and highlights issues that hitherto had not featured highly in the national health debate.