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The Research and Development Division in conjunction with the Human Resource Development Division and the Navrongo Health Research Centre, Ghana Health Service, is organizing a COURSE ON OPERATIONAL RESEARCH FOR HEALTH PRACTITIONERS, DISEASE PROGRAMME AND DIVISIONAL OFFICERS

Current Projects & Publications:

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  • Current Issues   &  Events:

    OPERATIONAL RESEARCH Course for YOU!!!New!

    1. Costs Associated with Implementation of Computer- Assisted Clinical Decision Support System for Antenatal and Delivery Care: Case Study of Kassena-Nankana District of Northern Ghana. Latest Publication!

    2. Socio-economic and demographic determinants of under-five motility in rural northern Ghana. Latest Publication!

    3. Is there any role for community involvement in the community-based health planning and services skilled delivery program in rural Ghana? Latest Publication!

    NHRC FULFILS PLEDGE TO BABIES HOMENew!

    ""The Navrongo Health Research Centre (NHRC) has donated a Samsung 30 inch flat screen, television set to the Mother of Mercy Babies Home at Sirigu in the Kassena-Nankana West District of the Upper East Region. read more....»

    GEHIP TRAINING WORKSHOP UNDERWAY AT NHRC

    "" A five-day quantitative data analysis training workshop (9th – 13th June 2014) for partners of The Ghana Essential Health Intervention Project (GEHIP) is underway at the International Conference Hall of the Navrongo Health Research Centre (NHRC). read more....»

    NHRC DONATES TO MOTHER OF MERCY BABIES HOME

    ""As part of activities marking her 25th Anniversary, the Navrongo Health Research Centre (NHRC) has made a donation worth about Five thousand Ghana Cedis (GHC 5,000.00) to the Mother of Mercy Babies Home at Sirigu in the Upper East Region. read more....»

    1. Using the community-based health planning and services program to promote skilled delivery in rural Ghana: socio-demographic factors that influence women utilization of skilled attendants at birth in Northern Ghana.Publication!

    2. Does the national health insurance scheme in Ghana reduce household cost of treating malaria in the Kassena-Nankana districts?Publication!

    3. Efficiency of antenatal care and childbirth services in selected primary health care facilities in rural Tanzania: a cross-sectional study. Publication!

    Have a look at our 25 Years Anniversary Photos.

    NEWS IN PHOTOS ON NHRC @25 - Accra Symposium

    ""Have a look at some photos taken at the PUBLIC SYMPOSIUM in Accra.pictures talking....»

    NHRC is 25, Hurray!!

    ""To commemorate 25 years of HEALTH RESEARCH, NHRC is organising a PUBLIC SYMPOSIUM under the theme: 25 Years of Scientific Contribution to Public Health.read more....»

    GLOBAL CARE INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATES WITH NHRC

    ""Representatives from the Global Care International, a non-profit foundation, registered at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Republic of Korea paid a day’s familiarisation visit to the Navrongo Health Research Centre. read more....»

    Documentary:

  • Have a look at our End Of Year 2013 Party album.

  • Have a look at our End Of Year 2012 Party album.
  • Have a look at our anniversary album.
  • Video Documentaries

  • Past Events:

  • Professor_Fred_Binka Turns_60
  • NHRC HOSTS RESEARCHERS OF PHIT GRANTEE MEETING

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  • 2013 News & Events Archived

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    NHRC DIRECTOR
    Dr. Oduro Abraham R. (Director)

    Director's desk 

    Today’s Grand Durbar is part of the activities marking the Silver Jubilee of the Navrongo Health Research Centre. This jubilee celebration is dedicated to our pioneers and founding fathers. It is also a time for thanksgiving to God for the various strokes of love and luck he has shown the Centre and its staff during the past twenty five years. We therefore use this occasion to show gratitude and to recognize the sacrifices of our founding fathers and the staff of yester years, the hospitality of the chiefs and people of the Kassena-Nankana districts, our collaborators and partners, all friends and indeed the commitment of the current generation of staff to sustain this great Centre. We are most grateful to all of you and we assure you that your sacrifices are well appreciated and recognized. Indeed the Public Health community is grateful to you.
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