Our Consortium Partners

  • MatCH

Our Supporting Partners

  • MaTCH and NHLS (Wits Pathology)


  • 28 Million

GDP in 2016

  • $42.69 Billion USD

HIV Statistics

Number of people living with HIV (all ages)
Deaths due to AIDS (all ages)
Number of orphans due to AIDS (0 – 17)
Estimated antiretroviral treatment coverage (adults ages 15+)
Estimated percentage of pregnant women living with HIV who receive antiretroviral medications for PMTCT

More about the work we do in Ghana

Challenges in-country have been a low yield rate, severe linkage gaps, and high pre-ART caseloads because of the lack of reliable data at facility and national level. EQUIP’s intervention supports turning around these programs with intensive training of facility staff attending to file audits and monitoring and evaluation to strengthen support systems. In Ghana the main programme focus areas include Technical Assistance in the areas of rapid Test & Start support and differentiated models of ART delivery with a focus on multi-month scripting and dispensing at facility and community level.

Additional direct facility support includes index case testing, high yield testing at outpatient care, inpatient care, antenatal services; nutrition support, TB and STI clinic support as well as rapid scale-up of viral load monitoring and demonstration projects in Ghana. As the program evolves so too does EQUIP’s support levels.

About Ghana

Ghana is a stable, democratic country with a free press, active civil society, independent judiciary and apolitical military. Until recently, Ghana was hailed as a model for Africa growth but since 2013, its economy has endured a growing public deficit, high inflation and a weakening currency. Ghana has a universal health care system strictly designated for Ghanaian nationals, National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS). Health care is very variable throughout Ghana.

Ghana in the news

  • Kubura Sulemana works for USAID's indoor residual spraying project in northern Ghana. Picture by Erin Schiavone

When a job is more than a paycheck

Sep 14th, 2017|Comments Off on When a job is more than a paycheck

Earning a living while protecting a country from malaria "Although I am the only one of my female friends with a job, I’m hopeful that career opportunities for women in Ghana will expand." Kubura Sulemana [...]

  • USAID Ghana 2016 Elections

About Ghana

Sep 14th, 2017|Comments Off on About Ghana

Since its return to a multi-party political system more than two decades ago, Ghana has taken major strides towards democracy, with its judiciary proving independent and generally gaining the trust of Ghanaians. Ghana consistently ranks [...]