- On December 30, 2014
Listen To The Story
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.
Lucie Tremblay, the Country Manager of Canadian Co-operative Association (CCA) at a training of staff for new project-FOSTERING, on 17 March, at Salaga, explained that CCA relies on capacity of partner to carry out projects. And this informs its choice of partner. “We did that with a lot of partners but had to settle on SEND.”
According to her, CCA and SEND partnership began in 2000.
“Although there is donor fatigue, we believe that we have had good stories to convince donors to doll out money to help people.”
In all, 32 new staff of Food Security through Cooperatives in Northern Ghana (FOSTERING) project received orientation.
This exercise was aimed at preparing them to take up their new roles in the implementation of the project.
SEND-GHANA was established on August 4, 1998 with the maiden name Social Enterprise Development Foundation of West Africa, according to information on its website.