Management of Rural Health Services in Ghana
Kaiser Foundation International
April 4, 2022
In the 1970’s Dr. Adizes was invited by Kaiser Permanente International to consult to the government of Ghana on health planning. His services were compensated by the USAAID. This consultation was triggered by the occurrence of a preventable tragedy. Over the summer, two thousand children died of measles. The measles vaccines were in Accra but had never reached the children on the border of Togo. Dr. Adizes’s consultation produced the best planning system for developing countries according to the World Health Organization.