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ActionAid Ghana
ActionAid began operating in Ghana in 1990. We work in the most deprived and marginalised communities to promote human rights for all and defeat poverty.
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ActionAid UK 13h
Thanks to the players of the , our work is helping to end in Kenya - and around the world. Find out how:
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ActionAid Ghana 11h
Our new report with is calling for young women to be at the centre of humanitarian action and supported to take leadership roles in emergency responses
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ActionAid Ghana 11h
It's so lovely to have you back with us in Ghana , we look forward to strengthening our fantastic partnership with the team in ♥️
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The Africa We Want Jun 24
. & today started a two-weeks Leadership Training and Electoral Accountability Process for the youth in Tanzania. The youth remain the livewire of society and prominent partners of .
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ActionAid Ghana Jun 24
A group of our Directors and General Assembly members from ActionAid countries in Africa, Asia, North America, South America, Europe, and Australia spent today with some beneficiaries of our mushroom livelihood training in the Greater Accra region.
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ActionAid Ghana Jun 24
Members of the 's Movement in the Greater Accra region are interacting with Directors and General Assembly members from ActionAid countries in Africa, Asia, North America, South America, Europe, and Australia at their centre in Kpobiman to discuss their work.
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ActionAid Ghana Jun 24
Government loses billions that can be used to fund education, to harmful tax incentives. Our report makes recommendations to state institutions and stakeholders on guaranteeing quality and free access to education for Ghana's children. Download here:
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ActionAid Liberia Jun 22
The ended today and we join the rest of the world to with the Campaigners on the adoption of a historic to and in the world of work.
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ActionAid Ghana Jun 23
In the Northern Region, members of , advocate for women’s economic empowerment and promotion of If you’re a young woman living in the Northern region and interested in joining their movement, be sure to follow their page for information on how to!
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ActionAid Ghana Jun 22
With support from players of in the United Kingdom, we’re ensuring that pregnant girls stay in school and teenage mothers are going back to the classrooms. ActionAid is working with the Ghana Education Service for implementation of the Re-Entry Policy in Ghana
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Glen Tarman Jun 19
On your marks, get set, we are ready for the Convention! African women lead the celebrations at the UN as the first treaty on Violence & Harassment in the World of Work is ready to be adopted by all nations on Friday
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ILO Jun 21
History is made! The has just adopted a new Convention on Violence and Harassment in the World of Work. Here's what you need to know.
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ActionAid Ghana Jun 21
We’re delighted has adopted a new global law to end violence and harassment at work. This is a historic moment, but there is more work to be done. Governments must urgently ratify the treaty to protect women workers
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ActionAid Ghana Jun 20
13-year old Tualib fetches water from the community borehole for his mother, helping to reduce the burden of care work on her. When men and boys help in care work, this burden is reduced and distributed, allowing women time engage in economic activities.
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ActionAid USA Jun 20
Tomorrow is the big day! Governments will decide whether or not to adopt the first-ever international law to end violence and harassment in the workplace.
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ActionAid Ghana Jun 20
Valeria lives in the Upper West region of Ghana and is a member of ActionAid’s Community-Based Anti-violence Team (COMBAT). Passionate about girls rights, Valeria has helped stop 12 cases of child marriage, including one where the girl was abducted 💪🏿 📷 Ruth McDowall
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ActionAid UK Jun 19
day: Marciano is a primary school teacher and part of an ActionAid COMBAT squad, working to end violence against women and girls in northern Ghana. Here she is with ActionAid ambassador , who recently visited with us:
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GP Ghana Jun 19
Replying to @ActionAidGhana
Woman power! Such a great feeling when women are up to task to Morevim Lydia 🙌
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ActionAid UK Jun 18
The ILO is close to adopting an international law that will keep women safe at work. This is a historic moment - don’t let it slip away.
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ActionAid UK Jun 19
Innovative period products which are also tackling period poverty and embracing sustainability 👊. Period poverty is not just a potential health risk - it can also mean women and girls’ education, well-being, and sometimes entire lives are affected.
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