First Aid & Basic Life Support
Current statistics and reports indicate a high prevalence of mortality and morbidity as a result of road traffic accident (RTA). It is also a fact that the first responders to the scene of accidents play an important role in the preservation of life if they are...
Youth Development Program
In harmony with RAPiD’s objectives, the organisation is implementing the Youth Development Program (YDP) which is designed to target the youth of Ghana in junior and senior high schools across the country. The program aims to help develop...
Policy and Implementations
RAPiD aims to evaluate current policies and advocate for change where lapses have been identified. We also seek to ensure the maintenance of the established peace and democracy in our country by making sure that development and infrastructure...
Articles and Opinions
As citizens, not spectators, we all have a opinions and concerns. Our thoughts and feedback on social media and other circles, go a long way to influence change in the right places. We may all not share the same opinions or ideologies as our ...
Welcome to the RAPiD
The Regional Advocacy for Public Development (RAPiD) is a Think Tank made up of Ghanaians from all over the world who are seeking the improvement of Public Health, Safety, Environment and Quality of Public Institutions in Ghana.
We are drawn together by a common vision of a better Ghana. This will be realised through the effective implementation of policies to impact the lives of the Ghanaian people through research, advocacy, outreach projects, education and empowerment.
As the president of this organisation, I wish to welcome people with similar views to contribute to this vision.
Erasmus is currently a QEHS Advisor for Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy. Prior to this, he served in the British Army for nearly 10 years.
Timothy Ackah-Sanzah is an Occupational Health and Safety manager in Canada.
Gideon Affleck is a consultant in Web Design and Web System Administration. He served in the British Army for 6 years.
Sylvester Peprah is Mathematics Lecturer at the Suffolk New College, UK