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Every Gender Sensitive Indicator is supposed to measure the gap between men and women; the different roles, responsibilities and access to resources of different members of society; gauge progress towards achieving gender equality goals. Others are to encourage the integration of gender equality issues; disaggregate…
SEND-GHANA, under the auspices of the Grow Campaign joined other Civil Society Organisations and Producer Associations across Africa and beyond in April, 2014 to endorse a' Joint Policy Recommendation ' titled “From Rhetoric to Action: Towards a Transformed Agriculture and Food Secure Africa” to express…
The International Budget Partnership (IBP) collaborates with civil society around the world (including SEND-GHANA) to ensure that scarce public resources are used to reduce poverty and promote effective governance. Our experience, as well as a growing body of evidence, shows that when citizens have access…
Farmers in the Brong Ahafo region have commended government and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) for their effort in the fight against Aflatoxin but urges government to step it’s effort up further in order to stem its effect on crops drastically.
Ghana: Budget Monitoring by SEND-Ghana and its Partners Helps Improve Nutrition for Children and Support Local FarmersINTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUNDThe International Budget Partnership (IBP) collaborates with a diverse network of civil society organizations around the world that analyze and monitor government budgets and advocate for better…
The capacity of SEND-GHANA has been touted as the most preferred in the area of providing livelihood support and giving voice to the voiceless in society.
The Agona East District, which was created about six years ago, has no district hospital. The situation has compelled expectant mothers who live in the district to seek medical care at Salvation Army Hospital, a private facility. In view of this, it has become even…
The World Bank has released the list of finalists for second round of Global Partnership for Social Accountability (GPSA) grants. The selection of eight new project countries included Ghana, Uganda, Moldova, Democratic Republic of Congo, Morocco, Mongolia, Paraguay and Tunisia. The grants, totaling close to…
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