We're a global justice federation working to achieve social justice, gender equality and poverty eradication.
In Ghana, we support the basic needs and rights of the poor, with an emphasis on human rights, women's rights, land rights and the right to education.
The Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment (ACODE) is an independent public policy research and advocacy Think Tank based in Uganda, working in the East and Southern Africa sub-regions on a wide range of public policy issues. Our core business is policy research and analysis, policy outreach and capacity building.
World Vision and VisionFund Zambia have over 780 staff with community development workers and credit officers living in the communities where the organisation operates. These staff closely plan and implement activities together with the community members.
Children are at the heart of our work. In Zambia, we serve the most vulnerable children and communities. Currently, our work is themed around five key areas as outlined in the 2016-2020 strategy. These are Literacy, Maternal and Child Health, child protection and spiritual nature, resilient Livelihood, and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene.
ICHA is a knowledge hub which focuses on generating data and information through action based research that is relevant to communities dealing with situations that call for humanitarian, resilience building and development action.
An empowered and resilient society where communities effectively collaborate and invest based on viable knowledge.
To contribute extensive knowledge that will help alleviate human suffering through building safe, resilient and sustainable communities.
The Youth Empowerment Synergy (YES-Ghana) is the nation’s foremost and most extensive youth organisation bringing together innovative and energetic young professionals in different capacities who work with relevant stakeholders to lay the foundation for and work towards the promotion of a sustainable and productive future for all young people in Ghana.
Plan International has been working in Ghana to support children, particularly the most marginalised, to exercise their rights for over 25 years.
Working in 637 communities, the majority of which are rural, our work has impacted the lives of 480,000 children.
In Ghana, children, especially girls, suffer from violence at school and in their communities...
Our work also ensures children have the opportunity to learn through our quality, basic, inclusive education programme.
We also support families to earn more money and manage it better so their children can thrive.