Health Insurance

Cerath registered 30 women fish processors in 3 coastal communities onto the National Health Insurance Scheme. The 30 women together with their families can now access basic and affordable healthcare within their communities.

Final Campaign Report

With €174 of donations from the first campaign, CERATH registered 30 women fish processors in 3 coastal communities onto the National Health Insurance Scheme. The 30 women together with their families can now access basic and affordable healthcare within their communities.

900 GHS was used for the registration and 283 GHS was used for overhead costs. That is total 1183 GHS (equals €174).

Community impact 

CERATH Development Organization (CDO) is working to curb this challenge by forging strategic partnerships between the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) and fish processors. Some activities being done by CDO include community meetings between fish processors and NHIA officials to exchange information and to clear misconceptions. Also, these meetings are providing the platform to eliminate the administrative hurdles faced by fish processors when registering on the NHIS.
With your donation, access to basic health care service for fish processors can be ensured and their livelihoods enhanced.

Budget

With €174 of donations from the first campaign, CERATH registered 30 women fish processors in 3 coastal communities onto the National Health Insurance Scheme. The 30 women together with their families can now access basic and affordable healthcare within their communities.

900 GHS was used for the registration and 283 GHS was used for overhead costs. That is total 1183 GHS (equals €174).

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Project Details

  • Project:
    Health Insurance
  • Campaign:
    Finished
  • NGO:
    Cerath
  • Location:
    Kenya
  • Start date:
    August 1, 2021
  • End date:
    October 31, 2020
  • Total amount raised:
    € 174

About Cerath

CERATH Development Organisation is well known for their impact for rural and urban poor in the fisheries sector and agricultural value chain of Ghana. Cerath also implements projects on renewable energy, inclusive finance and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH).

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