Ghana National Adolescent Health and Development Programme

Ghana National Adolescent Health and Development Programme

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Please can someone be pregnant and still menstruation?
I really miss this young ones they are our future may God keep them safe
Today is menstrual hygiene day, let us help cheer our dear sisters, mothers and girlfriends up. ☺️☺️
We treat:
CANCER( Breast, Prostrate, Stomach, Etc)
VIRUSES( HIV, Hepatitis, Etc)
DISEASES( Diabetes, Asthma, Arthritis, Etc) contact as on 0243688792
A healthy adolescent is one in a state of complete physical, emotional, social and psychological wellbeing, not merely the absence of a disease! #AHAC2019
Real future leaders are those who are much concern about the environment.
THE ADOLESCENT HEALTH PROGRAM REALLY HELPED IN IMPACTING GOOD MORAL PRACTICES INTO YOUNG PEOPLE TO OVERCOME THE DANGERS OF VOILENT ACTS AGAINST THEIR HEALTH WHICH I ALSO SUPPORT THIS PROGRAM AND PROMISE TO ALSO DO MY PART TO HELP PROMOTE THE SDGS
As an adolescent u have to be develop a high self esteem
#AHA CAMP 2019

This is a programme of the Ghana Health Service (GHS) with the vision of having well-informed adolescents and young adopting healthy lifestyles.

Adolescence is the transitional period from childhood to adulthood. Major physical, psychological and sociological changes occur during this period that can shape their entire life. By the end of the 1990s, it became clear that adolescent-related health problems especially reproductive health problems were on the increase and the need to focus on adolescent health gained prominence especially in t

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We encourage all women to be armed with confidence, speak up, dismisses stereotypes and reject discrimination. Yes! Together, we can #BreakTheBias. #IWD #InternationalWomenDay
UNFPA GHANA UNICEF Ghana Marie Stopes Ghana Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Ghana Health Service Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG

06/03/2022

Happy Independence Day!🇬🇭🇬🇭
#IndependenceDay #independenceday2022 #youMustKnow #yourhealthmatters
UNFPA GHANA Marie Stopes Ghana UNICEF Ghana Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Ghana Health Service Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG

03/03/2022

Around 80% of the information from our surrounding environment that reaches our brains comes from our eyes. It is therefore necessary that our eye health becomes a priority. #eyeHealth #youMustKnow #yourHealthMatters
UNFPA GHANA UNICEF Ghana Marie Stopes Ghana Ghana Health Service Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG

28/02/2022

One of the biggest reasons people drop an exercise program is lack of interest: If what you're doing isn't fun, it's hard to keep it up. The good news is there are tons of different sports and activities to try to see which one inspires you. Speak to a health expert and find out what is good for you. #stayHealthy #goodNutrition
UNFPA GHANA UNICEF Ghana Marie Stopes Ghana Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG

22/02/2022

Strengthening the heart and other muscles isn't the only important goal of exercise. Exercise can also help the body stay flexible, meaning that your muscles and joints stretch and bend easily.
#goodNutrition #eatHealthy #stayHealthy #youAreWhatYouEat
UNFPA GHANA UNICEF Ghana Ghana Health Service Marie Stopes Ghana Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG World Health Organization (WHO)

16/02/2022

Coffee, tea, some sodas, and chocolate contain caffeine. Caffeine causes you to feel "wound up," which can make stressful situations seem more intense. If you drink a lot of caffeine, reduce the amount gradually. Stopping use of caffeine suddenly can cause headaches and make it hard to concentrate.
#goodNutrition #eatHealthy #stayHealthy #youAreWhatYouEat
UNICEF Ghana UNFPA GHANA Ghana Health Service Marie Stopes Ghana Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG)

14/02/2022

Its February the 14th!! Have fun but be in control. Abstain or practice safe s*x by using a condom. #beinControl #valsDay #safeSex
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14/02/2022

Love yourself. Be in charge of your health! Foods like cheese, butter, sausage, and desserts may taste good to you, but they can have a lot of saturated fat. Eating too much of this unhealthy fat could lead to high cholesterol and heart disease. #goodNutrition #eatHealthy #stayHealthy #youAreWhatYouEat #valsDay
UNFPA GHANA UNICEF Ghana Marie Stopes Ghana Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Ghana Health Service

09/02/2022

Breakfast is an important start to the day. Ensure you do not skip meals. Some great breakfast options are: a high-fibre, wholegrain cereal with milk or yoghurt together with some fruit, egg and oatmeal, berries, etc
#goodNutrition #eatHealthy #stayHealthy #youAreWhatYouEat
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04/02/2022

The vaccines are safe! Have you vaccinated against the #COVID19 virus yet? #youmustknow #yourmindfordey #yourhealthmatters
UNFPA GHANA Marie Stopes Ghana Ghana Health Service UNICEF Ghana Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG)

02/02/2022

Food is good for the body, but a nutritious diet is even better and essential to provide vital nutrients for survival, to help the body function and stay healthy. #goodNutrition #eatHealthy #stayHealthy #youAreWhatYouEat #youMustKnow
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31/01/2022

Maintaining personal hygiene lowers the risk of social embarrassment and eventual isolation from others and overall promotes a healthy life.
#hygiene #YourMindForDey
GoodLife, Live It Well Ghana Health Service UNICEF Ghana UNFPA GHANA Marie Stopes Ghana Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG)

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28/01/2022

HPV vaccinations greatly reduce the risk of getting cervical cancer. It is ideal to be HPV vaccinated between the ages of 11-12 years and before one becomes s*xually active. Teens below the age of 26 can also get vaccinated. Speak to a health service provider as soon as possible!
#forMyFutureSake #cervicalCancerAwareness #yourHealthMatters #yourMindForDey
Ghana Health Service UNICEF Ghana UNFPA GHANA Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Marie Stopes Ghana

27/01/2022

Just like any type of cancer, early detection of cervical cancer is essential for an effective treatment. Take charge of your health by making and attending those screening appointments and checkup sessions. #cervicalCancerAwareness #yourHealthMatters #yourMindForDey
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26/01/2022

Keep your environment clean and tidy at all times. Recycle or dispose of waste and disinfect surfaces regularly. #hygiene #YourMindForDey
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24/01/2022

A way to ensure good hygiene is to establish a solid, consistent showering or bathing routine. Regular bathing is important for cleanliness and good personal appearance.
#hygiene #YourMindForDey
Ghana Health Service UNICEF Ghana UNFPA GHANA Marie Stopes Ghana Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG

19/01/2022

Proper and frequent handwashing is one of the most effective ways of preventing the spread of diseases. #goodhygiene #hygiene #nogerms #CleanEnvironHealthyLife #COVID19
UNFPA GHANA UNICEF Ghana Ghana Health Service Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG

17/01/2022

Good hygiene is an important barrier to many infectious diseases, and it promotes better health and well-being. #goodhygiene #hygiene #nogerms #CleanEnvironHealthyLife
Ghana Health Service UNFPA GHANA UNICEF Ghana UNFPA GHANA Marie Stopes Ghana Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG

14/01/2022

The world needs YOU! Be an ambassador in the fight against COVID-19 by discouraging misinformation and disinformation about the virus. Spread factual information. COVID is real, but together, we can conquer. #maskUp #getVaccinated #COVID19
UNFPA GHANA UNICEF Ghana Marie Stopes Ghana Ghana Health Service Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG

07/01/2022

Happy Constitution day. Do not forget to mask up! 🇬🇭 #comstitutionDay #Ghana #forTheGoodOfGhana #COVID19
UNFPA GHANA Marie Stopes Ghana UNICEF Ghana Ministry of Health, Ghana Ghana Health Service Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG

04/01/2022

Even without sight, there is still vision. Happy Braille Day. #BrailleDay2022 #WBD
UNFPA GHANA Marie Stopes Ghana UNICEF Ghana Ministry of Health, Ghana Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Ghana Health Service Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG Curious Minds-Ghana

01/01/2022

A new year #2022 is here. Let’s strive to do and accomplish more. Happy new year!
UNFPA GHANA Ministry of Health, Ghana Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Marie Stopes Ghana Ghana Health Service UNICEF Ghana Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG SCSG Ghana Curious Minds-Ghana

29/12/2021

People often resort to drugs and alcohol when something in their life is missing or not working. If you have a friend dealing with the entangles of substance abuse, encourage him/ her to visit a counsellor and share healthier life tips with him/her. #NoToSubstanceAbuse #substanceAbuseAwareness #SpeakUp #GetHelp
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27/12/2021

#themaskisstillamust
#yourhealthourconcern
#merrychristmas

24/12/2021

Remember, you don’t have to suffer the pain and loss of COVID-19 disease. Safe, effective and free vaccines are available. Get vaccinated now.
#CovidVaccine
#GetVaccinatedNow
#TheVaccinesAreSafe
#TheVaccinesAreEffective

23/12/2021

Through counselling, individuals are made to understand the causes of addiction, the risk factors for relapse and the tools for coping with stressful situations. Get help now if you or your loved one is struggling with any form of substance abuse.
# NoToSubstanceAbuse #substanceAbuseAwareness
UNFPA GHANA UNICEF Ghana Ghana Health Service Marie Stopes Ghana Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG

17/12/2021

Vaccines remain critical to reducing severe disease and death from several variants (including the dominant Delta variant) of the COVID-19 virus. Take your jab! #COVID19 #youMustKnow #BeSafe
Ghana Health Service UNFPA GHANA UNICEF Ghana Marie Stopes Ghana World Health Organization (WHO) Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG

13/12/2021

Prolonged abuse of drugs can lead to changes in the physical makeup of the brain leading to addiction. When addicted, one can’t resist the urge to use them, no matter how much harm the drugs may cause, which is really dangerous. Say #NoToSubstanceAbuse.
#substanceAbuseAwareness
UNFPA GHANA UNICEF Ghana Marie Stopes Ghana Ministry of Health, Ghana Ghana Health Service Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG

08/12/2021

Changes are inevitable. So is it with our bodies for both males and females. Here in Bono East region, our YAC rep Mr. Ali educated these adolescents on the physical changes which occur in both boys and girls and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. #YAC #youMustKnow #yourHealthMatters Youth Advocates Ghana-YAG Marie Stopes Ghana

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