Seizing the moment to end global hunger

For the first time in human history, the end of hunger is well within our reach. While courageous and passionate individuals have been working to end this scourge for decades, a recent confluence of p...

Partner support is crucial in the fight against maternal deaths

There are cultural practices and traditional beliefs that make it nearly impossible for men to offer support to their pregnant partners in some communities in Ghana, but this is changing due to educat...

Let manifestos demonstrate commitment to fight corruption

The GII Consortium in a letter to Political Parties and their Presidential Candidates contesting the 2016 General Elections has presented a list of legislative gaps which when addressed will contribut...

SEND GHANA marks 18th anniversary with launch of PM&E framework

SEND GHANA is celebrating its 18 years of promoting good governance and equality of women and men in Ghana. To celebrate this landmark, the Civil Society Organisation is launching its unique Participa...

Report: Ghana’s food security effort hampered by inadequate funds

SEND GHANA has launched its Food Security Research Report under SEND GHANA’s FOSTERING project in Tamale.

SEND GHANA, PFAG present extension service proposal to Parliament

Mr. Gabriel Essilfie, the Chairman of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Food, Agriculture and Cocoa Affairs, has acknowledged that there is inadequacy in the extension delivery sector of the Agric...

Stakeholders call for sustainability of gender practice in Ghana

A resolution aimed at encouraging the adoption of Gender Model Family (GMF) programme to provide decision making opportunities and reduce work load on girls and wives has been unanimously approved by ...

  • Seizing the moment to end global hunger

  • Partner support is crucial in the fight against maternal deaths

  • Let manifestos demonstrate commitment to fight corruption

  • SEND GHANA marks 18th anniversary with launch of PM&E framework

  • Report: Ghana’s food security effort hampered by inadequate funds

  • SEND GHANA, PFAG present extension service proposal to Parliament

  • Stakeholders call for sustainability of gender practice in Ghana

Fight corruption with…

18-04-2016 News

SEND GHANA, an anti-corruption Civil Society Organisation that seeks to promote good governance and transparency in Ghana, has urged citizens to apply...

Conflicts: the barrie…

23-10-2015 Articles

A community that is engaged in conflict would not see much progress and development. Some communities in Ghana have been rocked by conflicts bordering...

Men encouraged to sup…

21-08-2015 Articles

Men have been encouraged to support their partners especially during pregnancy and impress upon them to take their medication regularly. They were als...

House of Chiefs pledg…

24-03-2015 News

The President of the Upper East Regional House of Chiefs has called on government to support smallholder farmers to increase their productivity and in...

Farmers demand timely…

03-03-2015 News

Government reneged on its promise to provide 180,000mt subsidized fertilizer and seed to crop farmers in 2014 crop season even though it was captured ...

Gender Model Family

27-02-2015 Gender Model Family

In 2014, SEND-SIERRA LEONE supported by Christian Aid Sierra Leone and Cordaid Netherlands published the Gender Model Family (GMF) Training Manual. ...

West Africa Against E…

12-01-2015 Press Releases

The ‘West Africa Against Ebola’ Campaign Ghana is calling on all Africans, farmers, philanthropists, corporate bodies, individuals to support the figh...

Reports & Publica…

26-12-2014 Reports

SEND uses Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation (PM&E) as its unique grass-root engagement tool, to compliment government’s developmental effort...

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