Better Educational Outcomes
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Young Female Platforms (YFP) was established in 2009 by Norsaac and its partner Actionaid Ghana to address the broad challenges of low participation of women and girls in leadership and decision-making processes. It serves as a learning platform for young girls in the Northern and North-East Regions to deliberate on various developmental and governance issues, particularly those affecting the growth, education and development of young girls and women in general. It is made up of 30 – 40 young females, including girls with disability at the SHS levels. The initiative currently is implemented in twenty-four (24) schools across northern and North-East regions.
Donor: Actionaid Ghana
Catalyzing stakeholders’ response to teaching of Reproductive Health Education (RHE) in Northern Ghana is a project which seeks to support the delivery of safer, healthier and inclusive schools and community environments for all young people as well as ensure the delivery of accurate, rights-based and good quality RHE programs that provide knowledge, attitudes and skills essential for safer behaviors, reduced adolescent pregnancy, and gender equality in the district. The project is implemented in 15 communities, one Municipality and 2 District Assemblies (MMDAs) in Northern and North East regions specifically Gushegu Municipality, Zabzugu and Mamprugu Moaduri Districts.
The main objectives of this project are;
Objective 1: To deliver accurate, rights-based and good quality RHE programmes that provide knowledge, attitudes and skills essential for safer behaviors, reduced adolescent pregnancy, and gender equality
Objective 2: To support delivery of safer, healthier and inclusive schools and community environments for all young people
Target beneficiaries: Adolescents, young people and persons with disability
Project Duration: One Year.
The Inform Choices for Change (IC4C) Project funded by AXIS-Denmark seeks to enhance the provision of age and content appropriate Reproductive Health Education (RHE) to young people by equipping teachers with the relevant knowledge and skills needed to teach RHE in schools.
IC4C will seek to achieve the following objectives:
1. By 2025, 4 colleges of education within 3 regions of the North will adopt and implement the national guidelines within 3 regions of the North.
2. By 2025, a revised national guideline on RHE in Ghana has been approved, launched, and included in the curriculum (Primary and JHS) by the mandated National Authorities.
Project Duration: 4 Years