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Presentation by Augustina Koduah, MeTA Ghana Coordinator during MeTA countries sharing meeting, London 2009.

Presentation by Augustina Koduah, MeTA Ghana Coordinator during MeTA countries sharing meeting, London 2009.

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  • Title of presentation 18/01/10 MeTA
  • Title of presentation 18/01/10 MeTA
  • Title of presentation 18/01/10 MeTA
  • Title of presentation 18/01/10 MeTA
  • Title of presentation 18/01/10 MeTA
  • Title of presentation 18/01/10 MeTA

MeTA priorities and milestones in Ghana MeTA priorities and milestones in Ghana Presentation Transcript

  • Augustina Koduah Coordinator MeTA Priorities and Milestones in GHANA MeTA 18/01/10
  • Situation analysis - Success
    • National Launch-12 th Nov 2008
    • Independent Secretariat & Functional Website www.metaghana.org
    • Active Governing Council with sub committees(Advocacy, Technical& Adm)
    • Civil society and Media orientation
    • Quality Assurance Test-Minilab Result in Dec 2009
    • Data Capture systems developed
    • Baseline Pharmaceutical disclosure and scan studies near completion
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  • Situation analysis - Challenges
    • Initial unclear Standard Operating Procedures
    • There is latent, mutual suspicion between the state and private sector;
    • All stakeholders are nervous about change;
    • The initiative assumes that enforcement mechanisms exist across the medicines manufacture, import, procurement and distribution systems, but historically enforcement of regulations is weak;
    • MeTA assumes that new coalitions can be forged, but civil society fragmentation and the best ways of achieving meaningful multi-stakeholder alliances need to be addressed;
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  • Priorities and Milestones in the workplan implementation
    • National forum in December 2009
    • Stakeholder Training
    • Independent monitoring of medicines quality
    • Data validation and supplementation activities
    • Periodic study to explain provider & consumer behaviour
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  • Priorities and Milestones in the workplan implementation
    • Engage and reach out to Media, Professional associations and regulators
    • Key Data from the NHIA to be available
    • Informed and accurate media coverage of medicines issues
    • Medicines data for use by CSOs to inform communities /patients thru targeted communication activities.
    • Case studies shared with other MeTA countries
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  • Thank you!
    • Augustina Koduah
    • Coordinator
    • [email_address]
    • 00233 208769228
    • www.metaghana.org
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