An eventual cure for HIV and AIDS, the global disease burden which has claimed millions of lives, rendering children orphans and shattering families has been found. The Executive President of…
PROGRAM OUTLINE 7.am – 9.am:- Peace March from the Independence Square to Accra International Conference Centre 9.am – 9.30am:- Arrival of invited Guests and participants 9.30am – 9.55am: - Arrival…
The Executive President of The Center of Awareness Global Peace Mission, Dr. Samuel Ato Duncan has blamed the spate of global violence and intolerance on the appalling leadership across the…
The District Scheme Manager of National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) of Awutu-Senya Beraku District, Mr. Christopher L. Oddoye has express the desire to look for an avenue to expose the COA FS drug in his district.
Welcoming the management team of The Center of Awareness, led by the Acting Executive President, Mr. Robert Otieku Duncan to his office in Winneba, Mr. Oddoye said there is the possibility of placing the COA FS drug on the Scheme’s medicine list due to its efficacy. (more…)
Don’t miss the R&L Show tonight at 7:30pm on Joy Prime.
Guest: Dr Samuel Ato Duncan(Executive President of the Centre Of Awareness and the First President of the Global Peace Mission)
Topic: Insight on the Global Peace Mission
This programme is proudly sponsored by COA FS,Fruitee Water,Classy Wigs,Kidz Place Playground.
You can watch Joy Prime on Multi TV,GO TV, DSTV, Digital TV or stream online via Ghanalive.tv (more…)
Deputy Minister for Health, Kingsley Aboagye-Gyedu has pledged government commitment to support Center of Awareness to attain international standards and certification for it medicinal products which are undergoing various clinical trials. He made the commitment when he joined the center to cut-sod the construction of new bigger research ultra-modern research center with factory for large production. (more…)
The Centre of Awareness (COA) Ghana on Friday, 28 July joined the rest of the world to commemorate World Hepatitis Day which aims at raising awareness of the disease as well as encourage its prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
World Hepatitis Day is one of eight official global public health campaigns marked yearly on July 28 by the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Speaking on this year’s theme “Eliminate Hepatitis” at the Centre of Awareness in Cape Coast, the head of laboratory services of the centre, Francis Obeng Brenya, said hepatitis elimination looks quite simple but the task is very huge.