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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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Young Urban Women's Movement Aug 18
Replying to @wangkinoti
Thank you for sharing! We'll always keep an eye for Ghana version or multi country...This was geared towards Ugandan young women....
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MAYO Zimbabwe Aug 12
We gain more by investing in Girls' education.
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Abel Mavura Aug 12
Education must be a priority!
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Young Urban Women's Movement Aug 18
Replying to @Ojoboa
You are welcome! Thanks for following​!
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ActionAid Ghana Mar 21
Members of 's Movement, ActionAid's youth network, and other youth groups campaign for adaptation plans and funding from government at the Summit.
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Young Urban Women's Movement Aug 18
Replying to @CMulobi @GP_Kenya and 9 others
where do you reside? Ghana, South Africa, India or Kenya?
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#ImplementACDEG Apr 24
This is linked with the government’s capacity for knowledge, mediation, implementation and maintenance of key relationships.
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ActionAid Ghana Apr 29
Members of the 's Movement​ were featured In the Telegraph for a discussion on access to for women reporting . GO LADIES! via
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Samuel Lamptey Apr 30
I see some powerful ladies on here... Go
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nasmin A. choudhury Apr 30
Young women mobilizing for safe transport/road & safe work space #youth#YoungWomen
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nasmin A. choudhury Apr 30
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ActionAid Ghana May 4
ActionAid's youth advocacy network, and in the Upper East region joined our regional team to advocate for an International Labour Organisation (ILO) convention on Gender-Based Violence in the place of work 📸 Yakubu Akuka/ActionAid
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daphne owami  machiri May 9
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Habiba Abdallah May 9
Motion for the house today: Gov't should increase funding for SRHR Let's Debate!! Your views are welcomed!! Has there ever been any Budgetry allocation?
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Alvin mwangi May 10
How do we want to end Teenage pregnancies in Ghana ?
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Act For Change Ghana May 12
The issue is bigger than one can imagine. We need a multi-stakeholder approach to addressing Teenage Pregnancy in Ghana. Young people leading implementation projects on addressing TP is key.
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Alvin mwangi May 12
Nice to know - is there access to comprehensive sexuality education and also access to youth friendly services for the adolescent and young people?
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Act For Change Ghana May 13
There are major barriers that hinders access to youth friendly services at the health Institutions. The Ghana Education Service is yet to fully inculcate Comprehensive Sexuality Education into the school curricula despite efforts made by CSOs to be implemented.
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ActionAid Ghana May 28
Members of 's Movement (YUWM) and hold a picketing at the Madina Market Square, to advocate for government to support an Convention on in the place of work
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ActionAid Ghana May 28
In Bolgatanga in the Upper East region, members of the 's Movement and ActionAid's Women's Groups just ended their procession aimed at highlighting sexual harassment and economic exploitation of women in the working world.
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