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Young Urban Women's Movement
The YUWM Ghana is part of a larger multi-country programme that is being implemented in Urban & Peri Urban areas across Ghana, South Africa & India.
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Ojobo Ode Atuluku May 18
RT ActionAidGhana: Members of the YoungUrbanWomen's Movement (YUWM) work on a plan of action during their YUWM International Platform Meeting in Nairobi
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Amina J Mohammed May 18
It isn’t ok to smoke in a room where a sick child is struggling to breathe. That’s what the polluting world is doing - causing irreparable damage to those who have contributed nothing to climate change. I agree with call
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ActionAid Ghana May 18
Members of the 's Movement (YUWM) work on a plan of action during their YUWM International Platform Meeting in Nairobi
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ActionAid Ghana May 18
Reps from the Upper East, Northern and Greater Accra Regional Chapters of the 's Movement (YUWM) and one of our Project Officers, Adoma Afful, are currently attending the YUWM International Platform Meeting in Nariobi
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Habiba Abdallah May 9
Financial Commitment is key in meeting adolescent needs! with disability should in no circumstance be left out! Princess Mensah (Rep.PersonW/Disability)
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End Water Poverty May 10
: Water issues are highly gendered. We cannot achieve universal and equitable access to , without addressing specific gender inequalities in . Here's the story of a local community in Dodoma, :
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Habiba Abdallah May 9
Sexual Reproductive Health Rights needs clear Budgetry allocation this will facilitate how the youth will be heard to influence the upcoming generation!!!
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End Water Poverty May 11
Happy ! Each month, we feature the work of one End Water Poverty member. This month, we are focusing on the great work of our member in , The Daniel Iroegbu Global Health Foundation ().
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End Water Poverty May 11
For accountability mechanisms to be effective, they must be transparent, engage stakeholders, encourage critical reflection on progress and be responsive to issues addressed by stakeholders. RT if you agree! 📷: 
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ActionAid Ghana Apr 4
Finally, our new website is live!😀🤩 Click the link to read all the enthralling stories from the women, children and partners we work with, visit the publication page to download our various research documents and be sure to contact us for information!
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ActionAid Ghana Apr 5
Download and read ActionAid's briefing paper on, "Gender Responsive Public Services and Macro-Economic Policy in Ghana" led by women from the Young Urban Women's Movement across our regional programmes Click the link to download from our website:
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Adriano Campolina Mar 28
Well done and partners for such great achievement. Ghanaian citizens now have one more tool to hold government to account on its obligation to promote, protect and respect Human Rights for all!
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Young Urban Women's Movement Mar 28
Replying to @CSOPlatformSDG
How do you other passionate youth get the opportunity to participate?
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ActionAid Ghana Mar 27
Yesterday, Ghana's parliament passed the into law! Last year, ActionAid, and it's partners joined active citizens from across the country to advocate for the passage of the Right to Information (RTI) Bill, which had been before parliament for over two decades!
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Young Urban Women's Movement Mar 23
Safe water for all! Safe water for rural areas = sustainable world! Gender responsive services = Leave No One Behind! Accessible, Affordable, Clean, Safe and well managed water for all = A Sustainable World!
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Young Urban Women's Movement Mar 22
Safe water for all! Safe water for rural areas = sustainable world! Gender responsive services = Leave No One Behind! Accessible, Affordable, Clean, Safe and well managed water for all = A Sustainable World!
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UN Women Mar 22
Whoever you are, wherever you are, water is your human right. Women and girls are responsible for water collection in 80% of households with water off-premises. This , we must leave no one behind. via
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💧 Water Integrity Network 💧 Mar 22
To improve💧water services and achieve and , we need urgent integrity action, with a gender lens. 📸These winning photos show us why. Congrats to winners and thanks to judges
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Womenstrongintl Mar 15
Equip young people with the skills and protective assets they need to thrive in today’s world. Start a Girls’ Club! Read and download our start-up guide and curriculum
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Womenstrongintl Mar 16
Advancing and creating the next generation of women leaders = progress towards the .
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