UNESCO-AAU (Association of African Universities) Chair for Women in Science and Technology (97), established in 1995 at the University of Ghana (Ghana).
Science and Technology Education.
- To promote, facilitate and enrich the existing biomedical scientific training, teaching, research and capacity building in our public and private tertiary Institutions.
- Translating the gains of research to the community through outreach program to empower women and girls.
- Members of the Association of African Universities (A.A.U.).
- Faculty of the University of Ghana in both academic and Research Institutions.
- Members from the Health Sector, Ghana Health service (GHS), Ghana Aids Commission (GAC).
- Graduate and Postgraduate Students from the University of Ghana.
- Queen Mothers Association, Manya Krobo.
- Knowledge & perceptions of Young People on HIV/VCT in the West Akim District Mr. Philip Asante (PhD student).
- Current Trends of status disclosure and partner notification for the prevention of HIV infection in Ghana Mr. Philip Asante (PhD student)
- Development of Ref. Guide on status disclosure & PN for HIV/VCT trainers or counselors Mr. Philip Asante (PhD student).
- Influence of Malaria and HIV-1 Infections on the Immune Status, the Nutritional Status, and Perinatal outcomes of HIV-infected ANC Clients in the Manya Krobo District, and Tema Municipality Mr. Amos K. Laar (MPhil student).
- The Influence of HIV and Malaria Infection on the Nutritional Status of Pregnant Women in the Manya Krobo District and Tema Municipality. Laar, AK. (PhD student)
- Determinants of Anemia and Low Quality of Life in Hiv-Infected Pregnant Women in the Manya Krobo District and Tema Municipality, Ghana. (PhD student).
- Associations among Anemia, Quality of Life, and Macro- and Micro-Nutrient Status of HIV-Infected Pregnant Women in the Manya Krobo District and Tema Municipality, Ghana. (PhD student).
- Training of Trainers and Councilors for HIV Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCT) were carried out.
UNESCO Sector/Office responsible for Chair/Network
Education; Natural Sciences; UNESCO Office in Accra.
Prof. Isabella A. Quakyi, School of Public Health, College of Health Sciences, University of Ghana
E-Mail address - iaquakyi(at)ug.edu.gh
Work Phone - +233 284631575
Fax - +233 21517501
City - Legon
Country - Ghana