2nd March 2015, Our advocacy team held a discussion with the Deputy Minister for Health and a separate discussion with the Director General of Ghana Health Service to brief them on the activities of Alzheimer`s Ghana. The Deputy Minister in turn, reiterated government`s commitment to helping people who are affected with this disease and their families. We also presented a letter to him to invite him to the summit organized by WHO namely the 1st Global Ministerial Conference on Dementia in Geneva, Switzerland.

Research and Education

Due to lack of research and information on dementia in Ghana, Alzheimer`s Ghana team has been working to bring together students and researches in the area of Mental Health to undertake basic research on dementia.

A meeting with research a student from College of Nursing, Sweden on 10th April 2015

Alzheimer`s Ghana had a series of meetings during this period ranging from Board Meetings on 4th and 11th May, Lunch and Dinner with the Board and other professionals in the field and also working hard to plan our forthcoming Anniversary Conference and Alzheimer`s Day in September 2015.