The Ghana Registered Midwives Association (GRMA) is the national professional body representing all midwives across Ghana. We seek to promote and protect the interest and welfare of our members so that they can provide the highest standard of midwifery practice.
Headquartered in Greater Accra, GRMA has active chapters in all of Ghana’s ten regions. The GRMA welcomes all students and midwives registered by the Nurses and Midwives Council of Ghana, and its current membership is made up of 35% in private practice and 65% in the public sector, as well as midwives in retirement.
To create a healthy society for Ghanaian women and their families through quality reproductive health services, ultimately reducing the rates of maternal and infant morbidity and mortality.
Our mission is to provide leadership and advocacy for midwifery in Ghana as a vital part of maternal and infant survival and well-being. GRMA promotes the development of the profession and provides the perspective of midwives to the national health policy agenda.
- To promote and protect the interests and welfare of midwives at a regional and national level:
- To raise the standard of the practice of midwifery in Ghana to the highest level:
- To encourage, educate and motivate women and their families to seek professional help, ultimately reducing the rates of maternal and infant morbidity and mortality.