Vaccine Promotion
for Resilience Project


The outbreak of COVID-19 plunged the world into a crisis of unprecedented scope and scale. Ghana rolled out an Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan with the overall objective to (a) slow and stop transmission, prevent outbreaks and delay spread; (b) provide optimized care for all patients; and (c) minimize the impact of the pandemic on health systems, social services, and economic activities. In support of operationalizing the Government’s plan for COVID-19 rollout, ADRA Ghana collaborated with the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church, Ghana Adventist Health Service (GAHS), and Hope Channel Ghana to implement the COVID-19 Vaccine Promotion for Resilience Project. 

The action sought to support the delivery and maintenance of essential health services to minimize the spread of the virus and the impact of the pandemic on the economic activities of vulnerable persons. Overall, the project aimed to contribute to reduced risk of COVID-19 infections and improved livelihoods among 114,200 vulnerable women, children, and youth between November 1, 20221, and October 31, 2022.


Improved Access to COVID-19 Vaccines for 10,000 people.
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Increased Knowledge of 100,000 People on COVID-19 Prevention Protocols.
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Increased Access to Employable Skills by 200 Vulnerable People (E.g., Women, and Youth)
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