Africa’s healthcare systems are fast becoming dependent on technology. Ghana’s health sector has received another boost toward effective health management.
MCN Foundation recently launched complete access to Web-based healthcare education and skill building for use by Ghana’s remote clinics.
The foundation offers healthcare workers, in the rural and under-served communities, online education and training.
MCN Foundation’s president and founder Amanda Valeur said the organization is proud to offer the free online resource centre and that interested healthcare professionals and para-professionals in the developing countries from across the globe can log in to use the tool.
She further stated she hope the valuable tool would directly affect the quality of healthcare to communities across the world.
Through a partnership with the Ghana Health Service, Klikor Health Centre and Akatsi District Hospital, the foundation has started using the educational materials and platform developed by MCN Learning with great enthusiasm, Valeur said.
MCN Foundation, according to its website, seeks enable communities to take control of their health as well as to establish vibrant and participatory health care system made up of communities, health workers and governments.
The foundation implements projects to learn and then shares the evidence-based knowledge with others to enhance healthcare based education, empowerment, job creation and advancement in rural and developing regions.