Aurum Institute Ghana

The Aurum Institute Ghana was established in 2017 and is already making significant strides contributing to TB and HIV care services in Ghana through the flagship IMPAACT4TB project. 

This is part of the international consortium working to end TB in 12 countries led by Aurum in Ghana, Mozambique and South Africa. Aurum Institute Ghana (AIG) is also involved in a private sector engagement project to increase private sector contribution to national TB case detection towards ending TB in Ghana.

Our Team

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Ms Jabina Anaman
Acting Country Director
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Ms Remilekun Roland Peregrino
Senior Programme Manager
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Mr Nana Kofi Quakyi
Programme Manager
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Mr Dziedzorm Awalime
Monitoring and Evaluation Manager
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Mr Silas Odame
Senior Accountant
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Ms Linda Mensah
Project Coordinator Operations
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Ms Ernestina Sam
Project Coordinator Clinical
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Ms Doris Dornor
Project Coordinator Clinical
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Mr George Amoo Adjei
Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
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Ms Seyram Kumassah
Data Field Officer
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Mr Benjamin Osei Kuffour
Data Field Officer
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Mr Clement Nyarkoh-Yeboah
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Aurum Institute
Ghana

(+233) 30 700 7109 

aurumghana@auruminstitute.org

GPS code: GA-335-8912
Legon Avenue
Shiashie
Accra.

Aurum Ghana Board of Directors

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Dr Dave Clark
Chairperson
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Mr Alex Darko
Independent Non-Executive Director
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Mr Yaw Peprah
Independent Non-Executive Director
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Ms Jabina Anaman
Acting Country Director
The Aurum Institute Ghana is a grantee in the UK Fleming Fund Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR) project with Mott MacDonald Ltd as Management Agents. The key objectives of the projects are:
  • Refurbish eight Human and three Animal Sentinel Reference and Surveillance laboratories
  • Provide and maintain essential equipment
  • Assure a continuous supply of appropriate reagents and consumables

Through the TB Reach Wave 6 Project, Aurum Ghana is also engaging private health providers and the National Health Insurance (NHIS) to scale up active TB case finding among vulnerable populations in Ghana. Aurum Ghana has become a partner in the National TB and AIDS/STI me of the Ghana Health Service (GHS). 


Through this Stop TB Partnership funded project, Aurum Ghana has intensified TB case finding interventions. These cutting-edge interventions in TB case finding and care will improve diagnosis, treatment and support for people with TB.

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