Health Emergency Responds Programme

Our Health Emergency Responds Programme is to deliver appropriate Reponses to support and complement the Government’s effort in responding to emergency health outbreak diseases such as the Ebola, Lasa Fever and Coronaviruses like the COVID-19. In partnership with our foreign partners, we deliver Services and provision of medical supplies, consumable and medical equipment.

Tuberculosis Prevention Program

Between 2006 and 2008, ASPI run Tuberculosis (TB) prevention programs in partnership with the National Tuberculosis Control Program (NTP) under sponsorship from the Global Fund. ASPI succeeded in reaching more than 15,952 people in 35 communities throughout Ketu District during that time. During the implementation ASPI identified 320 suspected cases of TB during house-to-house visits […]

HIV/AIDS Program

From November, 2006 to March, 2007, ASPI implemented HIV/AIDS prevention and support program in the Ayawaso Sub-Metropolitan District of Ghana’s Greater Accra Region. The program was a pilot project, run in partnership with Ghana Aids Commission (MSHAP project) and the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), to test the effectiveness of integrating microfinance and HIV/AIDS health education […]

Malaria Prevention and Treatment Program

Since 2006, ASPI has partnered with the National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) and Ghana Health Services (GHS) to reduce the prevalence of malaria morbidity and mortality in rural hard-to-reach communities in the Volta Region of Ghana.   With funding from USAID, ASPI is currently implementing a $1,082,282.64 malaria prevention and treatment project, serving 85 communities […]

ASPI Health Programmes Overview

With the support of the United States Agency for International Development, (USAID), Global Fund, Ghana AIDS Commission, National Tuberculosis Program, and Ghana Health Service, ASPI is helping to prevent the spread of malaria, tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS in rural and peri-urban communities in the Volta and Greater Accra regions of Ghana. Our health extension workers (Community […]