Ghana

Year Joined: 2003 Membership: Full Member

Achieving financial sustainability.

In 2004, Ghana embarked on a process of developing and implementing a National Health Insurance Scheme to replace out-of-pocket fees at point of service.

Country Core Group Representatives

Dr. Lydia Dsane-Selby

Steering Group Co-Convener; Acting Chief Executive, National Health Insurance Scheme, Ghana

Nicholas Tweneboa

Former Director of Operations, NHIA, Ghana

Anthony Ofosu

Deputy Director, Ghana Health Service

Koku Awoonor

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