|Power to You(th)|
The Power to You(th) Programme connects Ghana to 6 other implementing countries with a strong focus on southern leadership and a principle of co-creation. PtY focuses on the following key areas teenage pregnancy, child marriage, SGBV etc.
|Reproductive Health Education|
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 to reduced adolescent pregnancy, and gender equality in the district.
The Enough project seeks to create an enabling environment for women and girls to know, claim and exercise their rights to ending Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) in Ghana, Liberia, and Mali through taking positive actions. The project partners in Ghana include Oxfam, WiLDAF, and eight (8) subgrantees third parties (CSOs).
|Accelerating Social and Behavior Change|
The USAID’s ASBC project is a five-year (5) $29.1million project, implemented by a consortium of FHI 360 (the prime partner), Norsaac, Savannah Signatures, Mullen Lowe, and the Ghana Community Radio Network (GCRN). ASBC continues USAID’s long investment in the Ghana Health Service (GHS).
|Young Female Platform|
Young Female Platforms (YFP) was established in 2009 by Norsaac and its partner Actionaid Ghana to grow the leadership potentials and capacities of young women to reduce the low number of women in decision making at all levels.
|Power to Choose|
The Power to Choose (P2C) is a seven-year SRHR project, which seeks to have increased enjoyment of health-related human rights by the most marginalized and vulnerable right holders, particularly women, adolescent girls, and children in the Savelugu and Sagnarigu municipalities.
|Women’s Economic Advancement for Collective Transformation|
|Transitioning to Work|
Under PEI-WAY project, Norsaac has trained 40 young people from Karaga and MMD on skills (craftmanship) to enable them to earn decent income, youth with these skills are practically challenged to raise the needed resources to produce artifacts and sell to the natives.
|Strategic Advocacy on Inclusive Democracy|
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