Recently, I had the pleasure of to speak with someone form Anesvad about the work this NGO is making in several countries for to give assistance, help and to educate people on remote areas, that way they could be trained on basic health issues: like child birth, or about certain illness which affect those areas. Between the several stories and campaigns that they have and that you can explore here. I wanted to focus on this one about on the Akatsi district at Ghana. One of the poorest areas with difficult access of this country and where there are living more than 70.000 people. It is hoped with this measures it will be trained more than 100 citizens whom will attend to several of their local Akatsi. This would mean around 6.000 women will have better opportunities to have better childbirth than the lack of attention they could have before.
Please, do not doubt in to know more about Anesvad and the so many projects in which they are working. Thanks in their behalf for to take your time in to learn about it.