During PERFORM2Scale, African organisations in each state are paired with partners from Europe who support them in the delivery of the management strengthening intervention.
April 2020 - The Ghana team took part in the annual PERFORM2Scale consortium workshop - this year run virtually. Read about our experience of the workshop, also the progress we made, and our twitter moment of the event.
28.01.20 - A new paper from the Ghana and Swiss team - Managerial capacity among district health managers and its association with district performance: A comparative descriptive study of six districts in the Eastern Region of Ghana
October - Sam Amon spoke at the Canadian Conference on Global Health - his presentation is here.
August/Sept - The team contributed to the interim report to the EU, the highlights of which can be found in the October briefing paper.
24.6.19 - MSI workshop 1 with district group 2 (DG2), involving staff from Abuakwa South, Ayensuano and Lower Manya Krobo districts, is completed and went really well. Photos on twitter.
18.06.19 - A representative from KIT recently visited the Ghana team to collect data for the process evaluation aspect of PERFORM2Scale. Also, the country team is about to deliver workshop 1 of DG 2 (district group 2) with the follow-up second workshop due in July.
25.04.19 - The Ghana team from the School of Public Health in Accra recently hosted the annual Consortium Workshop. During this week, team members from all of the partners gathered to take stock of where we are with regard to the implementation of the Management Strengthening Intervention at district level; the process of scale-up of the intervention; and the research activities to develop new knowledge in both these areas. It was a really productive week that the whole PERFORM2Scale team got a lot from. This was followed by a week's writing workshop when Ghana and Swiss team members refined their writing skills, focusing on writing better research papers, policy briefs and blog posts. Lots of new skills were learnt with the results to appear on this site soon. Many of the tweets from that fortnight are here.
Also, for up-to-date information on the Ghana intervention please see the resources section below.