The National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA), and the Korea Foundation for International Healthcare (KOFIH) are working on developing a curriculum that will enhance the operations of the Authority.
At the completion of the training program, staff of the various directorate within the Authority will be equipped with adequate information, skills, and the capacity to develop specific modules that will be used to formulate policies for the Authority.
The Project Lead, Mr. Xavier Andoh Adjei said he was optimistic that the training will meet its desired results.
The Project Manager of KOFIH Foundation Ms. Priscilla Amaning-Ampong said the training will help build the capacity of staff and position the Authority to achieve Universal Health Coverage by 2030.
She added that KOFIH has over the years offered capacity-building training for staff of the NHIA both in Ghana and in South Korea.
The NHIA and KOFIH have had a long history where staff from the NHIA visit Korea regularly to understudy their success story of achieving