In Ghana, partners review screening and deworming interventions in schools

|Source: Modern Ghana|
A schoolgirl washing her hands before getting into the class. Credit: GPE

With funding support from GPE, the World Bank, Imperial College London's PCD and Sightsavers are implementing an initiative named School Health Integrated Programming (SHIP), in some developping countries (Ghana, Cambodia, Senegal and Ethiopia), which stakeholders were meeting this week, to assess how the program has improved child health so far, and document best practices and identify gaps in the implementation process for better decision making.

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