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      KAMAG Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) registered under the Companies Code 1963 (Act 179) in the year 2020 to commerce business from the 4th of May, 2020.
KAMAG Foundation is primarily about the development of women, children and the youth especially in the rural areas in our communities to address some of the social in-balances that exist among many communities through community participatory approach techniques.
     KAMAG Foundation is to improve the wellbeing of the deprived youth, women and their children who are more vulnerable in our society as regards to their rights, dignity and independence.
     There has been global concern for the ever-increasing rate of cervical cancer, HIV and TB, people with disabilities, maternal health, malaria, adolescent reproductive health and social wellbeing, others continue to struggle at the background without any breakthrough. the main reason for disease and poverty and social in-balances have been researched and documented. However, there are indications of high ignorance because most communities are not adequately educated on their roles and the part of their contribution to social development - gender inequalities cannot be excluded in the slow development of most rural communities.
     KAMAG Foundation believes that, through sensitization research, training, effective mobilization strategies, quality care and education and community participatory techniques most of the inequalities can be addressed. It is against this background that KAMAG FOUNDATION has been established.

About Us
                           OUR VISION
To bridge the social and economic development challenges in our communities for a sustainable future.

                           OUR MISSION
To bridge the social inequality and gender sensitivity gaps in our communities to reduce poverty and disease among the vulnerable in our society. 

Professor Margaret Kweku


Professor Margaret Kweku, is the former Dean of the School of Public Health (SPH) of the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS), (Hohoe-campus) in Ghana. She is a Public Health Physician Specialist and currently a Professor of Epidemiology in the department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at SPH, UHAS. She had her medical education at Kharkor State Medical Institute in Ukraine. She later pursued a Master of Public Health (MPH) and Master of Philosophy (MPhil) at the University of Ghana, Legon from where she went for her Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Infectious Diseases Epidemiology degree at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London. She is a Fellow of the Ghana College of Physician and Surgeons (Public Health). She practiced as a Medical Doctor at the Regional Hospital Ho and later moved to the district hospital at Hohoe and worked as a Medical Officer. She became the Municipal Director for Health Services, Hohoe for six (6) years. While she was the Municipal Director she also supported the Municipal Hospital in managing sick people. In all, she had 10 year experience working as District Director of Health Services at Hohoe, Kadjebi and Ho. During these times she established health centres and Community-based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) compounds in remote communities to get health closer the people. Among them are Wli-Todzi, Wli Afegame, Fodome-Helu, Akpafu-Adorkor, Santrokofi, Nyagbo-Sroe, Kpeve, Logba-Vuinta, Zongo-Adabraka, Wudzedeke, Tokoekoe health centres etc. She has also coordinated several programmes such as Chloroquine and Artemisinin-based Combination Therapy (ACT) drug efficacy studies which led to policy change. For her PhD she worked on Efficacy of Intermittent Preventive Treatment of malaria in children which has now become a policy and the programme is now being implemented as Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention (SMC) in Northern-Ghana, Burkina Faso, Mali and Senegal. She was the first Public Health Physician Specialist to report on Cutaeneous Leishmaniasis in Ghana which is now on the world map of Neglected Tropical Diseases. She coordinated a study on the possible distribution channels of Insecticide Treated Nets (ITNs) among pregnant women in Volta and Eastern regions which was used for policy of ITN distribution among pregnant women. She was the Principal Investigator for “WASH”, a basic school based water and sanitation project in collaboration with UNICEF. She designed, monitored and evaluated Community-based Health Planning and Services plus (CHPS+). She teaches Epidemiologic Methods, Public Health Ethics at undergraduate level, Principles of Epidemiology, Advance Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance at post graduate level. She was the Municipal Chief Executive of Hohoe Municipality from 2011 to 2015 after which she became the Dean of the SPH, UHAS from 2015 to 2019.


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