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What We Do

Education

Every child aim at developing a balanced
set of capabilities they require to become economically productive, develop sustainable livelihoods in society.

Youth Empowerment

Empowering young people means creating
and supporting the enabling conditions
under which they can act on their behalf, and
on their terms to realize their full potentials.

Quality Water

Access to safe water and sanitation can
quickly turn problems into potential – empowering people with time for school
and work.

Our Volunteers

ADELAIDE DJABAN
(GRADUATE, UPSA)
EUGENE ANSAH
(GRADUATE, IPMC)
ANTOINETTE ASARE-NUAMAH (GRADUATE, DATALINK UNIVERSITY)
SAMUEL ANSAH
(GRADUATE, KNUST)

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#LetHerKnow: A PACK OF SECURITY

Most visually impaired girls have difficulty in managing their menstrual periods independently, their menstrual hygiene practices are not at the desired level and most of them need help in menstrual hygiene […]
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#LetHerKnow: BREAK THE SILENCE

Talks on menstruation are not normally broadcasted because of the assumptions associated with it. On our visit to Kodjonya Presby School in Odumase Krobo, girls had a hard expressing their concerns and […]
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#LetHerKnow: TRANSLATING INCREASED ATTENTION FOR MENSTRUAL HEALTH INTO MEASURABLE ACTION AND INVESTMENT

There is no day that a girl is not menstruating in the world. This means that every day a group of girls get to be stigmatized or have no access to menstrual hygiene products such as sanitary pads and […]
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#InternationalDayforStreetChildren: THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE HOME

#InternationalDayforStreetChildren […]
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#InternationalDayforStreetChildren: TOGETHER, WE WILL INTENTIONALLY GROOM SAFETY-CONSCIOUS CHILDREN FOR OUR SOCIETY

Gone are the days when a child was for everyone to look after. Parents could go for days unafraid of what is happening with their children because there were people at home to cater for their children. […]
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#InternationalDayforStreetChildren: LET LOVE LEAD

The word street-connected children should not be in existence. No child was born on the street, it’s not normality to not find any place safer than the street. Children are born to be nurtured and trained. […]
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