Read more +25 February 2020 By Abdul-Samed Gbanha in Projects

Closing the Inequalities Gap to Achieve Social Justice

Social Justice Day! A Day observed every year on 20th February, recognising the need to promote social justice and removing social barriers based on race, gender, or religion. This year’s theme “Closing the Inequalities Gap to Achieve Social Justice”, will address the stark levels of inequality that exists within and between individuals, communities, Districts, regions
Read more +21 August 2015 By aliuwahab in Projects

Keeping Mothers Alive

Keeping Mothers Alive & Eliminating HIV New Infections Among Pregnant Women and their exposed Children is an innovative project initiative Funded by the Charities AID International through the Positive Action for Children Fund. The project interventions have contributed towards the acceleration of HIV testing and Counselling Services through fostering Community Clinic Collaboration as well as
Read more +07 August 2015 By aliuwahab in Projects

Ghana Strengthening Accountability Mechanism (GSAM)

Ghana Strengthening Accountability Mechanism (GSAM) is a flagship Social Accountability and Participatory Governance project initiative funded by USAID through a consortium of NGOs led by CARE International. The project interventions under the auspices of CDA-Ghana is directly impacting lives and improving citizens oversight and demand-side accountability in the implementation of Capital Development projects by the
Read more +07 August 2015 By aliuwahab in Projects

GAVI Health Systems Strengthening Project funded by the GAVI

The project was implemented in the Upper West Region and contributed positively to increased immunization coverage for children in the region. More specifically for the period 2015 – November 2017, our community interventions and collaboration with the Ghana Health Service in the Upper West Region on immunization and maternal, newborn and child health programs have
Read more +07 August 2015 By aliuwahab in Projects

Partnership for Sustainable and Equitable Access and Use of Improved Sanitation and Hygiene Services funded by UNICEF.

Our partnership with UNICEF in the implementation of the Community Led Total Sanitation Program in the Upper West Region has directly contributed to 256 communities declared as Open Defecation Free (ODF) just in less than two years. This means people living in those communities no longer defecates in the open and every household has a