THE H4P ORGANIZATION'S FUND RAISING CONCERT, JUBILEE @ THE NATIONAL THEATRE, 5PM, GHC50, 14TH MAY, 2016.
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THE STATE OF DISABILITY ISSUES IN GHANA- CURRENT EPISODE
JUBILEE CONCERT PROMO
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Accra - North
Office Location:Kofi ne Ama Junction, Dansoman Last Stop, Accra-Ghana.
The H4P Crew to stage the best Story-ever - “Love, Lust & Lies”
All who believed “Matters of the Heart” was the most exhilarating, fun-packed and lesson-filled production by the H4P Crew, Ghana’s most exciting entertainment crew, are sure to be left spell-bound by the upcoming melodrama, “Love, Lust and Lies”to be staged during H4P’s Jubilee Concert on 14th May 2016 at the National Theatre, 5pm prompt.
“ABILITY OVER DISABILITY” – THE SUCCESS OF THE 4TH EDITION
OF THE H4P NATIONAL INTER-SCHOOLS DISABILITY FUN GAMES.
There is a language that all men speak. A language understood by the day-old baby, the young adolescent and the nonagenarian; a language that cuts across all religious, ethnic and political affiliations.
It is taught to none but understood by all. On the 5th of February, 2016, persons with hearing impairment, heard kindness; persons with visual impairment saw potential unveiled and persons who could not speak, shouted with joy.
GLOBAL FUND, GHANA SIGN $300m GRANT AGREEMENT TO FIGHT TB, MALARIA, HIV/AIDS
The Ghana government on Tuesday signed an agreement with the Global Fund for a grant of $300 million to fight Tuberculosis, Malaria and HIV and AIDs.
The agreement which was signed by Mr Alex Segbefia, Minister of Health on behalf of Government and Dr Mark Dybul, Executive Director of the Fund, was witnessed by President John Dramani Mahama.
The Fund would be used for the next three years in the fight against the three diseases.
President Mahama said government would step up the fight against the incidence of malaria and help reduce the pressure on the National Health Insurance Scheme.
He said over the years, malaria accounted for almost half of the total cases recorded at various out-patient departments in the health facilities...read more
THE FIRST MALARIA VACCINE IN HISTORY IS NOW NOT-FOR-PROFIT
Anyone who has traveled to the jungles of Central America, or the hot, semi-tropical lands of the sub-Sahara, has probably had to deal with the risk of contracting malaria.
Some of my earliest memories as a child date back to my introduction to the bitter taste of quinine tablets and the counseling I received from my father, a scientist, of the importance of not missing a single dose.
Guatemala's tropics, while not the most dangerous region for malaria infection, harbors its own challenges for life expectancy, and it was my father's work as a nutritionist that gave him a personal understanding into the risks of malaria, and the heartbreaking outcomes of complications from the disease.
Quinine, mosquito nets and bug repellant were not absolute protection against malaria, but they were considered essential in Central America's tropical zones...read more
THE WORLD OF DISABILITY
MENTAL HEALTH BOARD INAUGURATED
The Mental Health Board was inaugurated on Tuesday 20th November 2013, with a call on members to establish a fund to ensure that the perennial lack of money for mental health becomes a thing of the past.
Health Minister Sherry Ayittey said an investment in mental health is necessary to protect human right and for socio-economic development.
The board was tasked to strengthen the community awareness campaign that mental health disorders are treatable and preventable, and also ensure early intervention programmes. read more >>
A 14-member Board of the Council of Persons with Disability was, yesterday, inaugurated in Accra.
This is to broaden the mandate of the ministry to include promoting and protecting the rights of vulnerable groups including persons with disabilities.
In her remarks, Hon. Nana Oye Lithur, Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, noted that the National Council on Persons with Disability (NCPD) was mandated under the Persons with Disability Act 2006, (Act 715), to pursue and promote a better Ghana experience for the estimated 20% of the population with disabilities.
Every minute, an innocent child dies of malaria. Every 24 hours, thousands of infant lives are lost because they were not protected from this preventable and curable disease.
By donating to the H4P Foundation, you can help the H4P Crew give life and hope to children who are at the mercy of Malaria as well as advocate for the rights of Persons with Disability.
H4P CREW'S MELO-DRAMA CONCERT TRAILERS
TO PURCHASE COPIES OF THESE MELO-DRAMAS, CONTACT 0278308246
H4P CREW'S DISABILITY FUN GAMES
Although equality in individual abilities might never be reached, equality in opportunities must relentlessly be sought for.
The Here For Perfection (H4P) Organizationholds the view that it is important to give people, especially persons with disabilities, the needed opportunities to prove their worth instead of relegating them to the background under the guise of their disability.
The creation of equal opportunities for both the able and disabled is one of the ways to effectively deal with the different forms of social exclusion that affect persons with disability. Most often than not, the absence of these fundamental opportunities is what rather makes themdisabledand not their disability by itself. read more >>
H4P (Here for Perfection), is a Non-Governmental Organization that is currently based in Ghana with a focus on health, human rights and national development.
To champion health and development projects with global impact.
To build a culture of excellence, creativity and originality that will be passed on to subsequent generations and spread throughout Africa and beyond.
To advocate for peace and progress in Africa through the medium of Gospel music and entertainment.
POSTAL ADDRESS: P.O.Box AN 8336 Accra - North Ghana-West Africa TEL: +233-(0)302329414 MOBILE:0208686777 0233868777 0249480611 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org WEBSITE: www.h4pcrew.net Office Location:Kofi ne Ama Junction, Dansoman
Last Stop, Accra-Ghana.