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  12. Frank Anderson, Peter Donkor, Raymond de Vries, Ebenezer Appiah-Denkyira, George Fidelis Dakpallah,Sarah Rominski, Jane Hassinger, Airong Lou, Janet Kwansah, Cheryl Moyer,  Gurpreet, Aaron Lawson, and Seth Ayettey (2014). Creating a Charter of Collaboration for International University Partnerships: The Elmina Declaration for Human Resources for Health. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24918757
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  23. The Elmina Declaration on Partnerships to address Human Resources for Health. From the Ghana-Michigan Collaborative Health Alliance Reshaping Training, Education & Research (CHARTER) Program. Initiated Elmina, Ghana 2-6 February, 2009. Adopted Ann Arbor, MI 8-13 November, 2009 Ghana-Michigan Charter for Collaboration