MCN Foundation provides free web-based healthcare education for Ghana Health Service
The use of technology in Africa healthcare is becoming increasingly prominent. Even though the promised-land is still far away, there are continuous developments across Africa that is building the foundation for the future. Ghana healthcare has received another boost towards effective healthcare management
Recently, MCN Foundation announced the launch of complete access to web-based healthcare education and skill building for two remote clinics in rural Ghana. MCN Foundation provides valuable online education and training to healthcare workers in very rural and disadvantaged communities. Its President and Founder; Amanda Valeur, said that “We are particularly proud of our free online resource centre. Participants in developing countries across the world can log in and find freely available training resources for healthcare professionals and para-professionals. We firmly believe that this valuable tool will directly and positively impact the quality of care in communities around the globe”
“By partnering with the Ghana Health Service, Klikor Health Centre and Akatsi District Hospital we have begun to use the educational materials and platform developed by MCN Learning with great enthusiasm,” Valeur added.
About MCN Foundation
Based on the belief that health is a basic human right, MCN Foundation seeks to empower communities to take control of their health and to establish a vibrant and participatory health care system made up of communities, health workers and governments. Knowledge is the core product of MCN Foundation’s activities. MCN Foundation implements projects to learn and then shares this evidence-based knowledge with others to increase and promote healthcare based education, empowerment, job creation and advancement in rural and developing regions. To learn more about MCN Foundation visit www.mcnfoundation.org or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jorge Acuna, Operations Manager
Phone: 800-846-5118 x507