Press Release: RE: International Day of the African Child – IDAC 2022

16th June, 2022 WUZDA Ghana has over the years been championing the course of ensuring all children of school going age get the opportunity to be in school. This, the organization believes is one of the surest ways the country can begin to reduce the harmful effects that accompany child school drop outs. The InternationalContinue reading “Press Release: RE: International Day of the African Child – IDAC 2022”

Detach Politics from Education to Ensure Quality Delivery – WUZDA Ghana to Government

Programme Manager for WUZDA Ghana, Mr. Abdul Karim Ziblim, has charged politicians to wash their hands off the technical operation of education, if they truly want the sector to succeed in training future leaders. This call, was made when WUZDA Ghana paid a visit to the Savannah Regional Education Directorate, to discuss factors affecting theContinue reading “Detach Politics from Education to Ensure Quality Delivery – WUZDA Ghana to Government”

WUZDA Ghana and Partners Celebrate Girls on IDGC – 2021

This year’s International Day of the Girl Child had a focus on exposing the girl child to the digitization turn the world has taken, and how she can explore and learn from and through various online portals and activities. The IDGC 2021 theme, “Digital generation, our generation”, raised conversation on the need for the girlContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana and Partners Celebrate Girls on IDGC – 2021”

WUZDA Ghana Holds Forum to Discuss Data Findings in Savannah Region Under “Optimized A24Y” Project

The Optimized After 24 Years before Marriage Project has an activity that seeks to gather real time information on children’s education in the target communities. This is to enable the project team better understand the situation in the communities and to fine – tune the activities on the project to suit the needs available. WUZDAContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Holds Forum to Discuss Data Findings in Savannah Region Under “Optimized A24Y” Project”

WUZDA Ghana Celebrates Street – Connected Children on IDSC – 2021, with series of advocacy activities

WUZDA Ghana and its local partners in collaboration with the global Consortium for the Street Children have commemorated the International Day for the Street Children, which has an objective to draw attention of governments over the world, to the debilitating conditions in which Street – connected children live. With funding support from Mundo Cooperante, WUZDAContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Celebrates Street – Connected Children on IDSC – 2021, with series of advocacy activities”

WUZDA Ghana Trains Girls of the Prisons School Complex in Soap – Making

Beneficiary girls of WUZDA Ghana’s “Optimized After 24 Years – Policy Prioritization as a Factor” project, were provided a skill training in soap – making to increase their capacities as part of the girl child development drive. The “Optimized After 24 Years – Policy Prioritization as a Factor” project, which is a scale – upContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Trains Girls of the Prisons School Complex in Soap – Making”

WUZDA Ghana in the Savannah Region for Community Entry Exercise of “Optimized After 24 Years – Policy Prioritization as a Factor” Project

The “Optimized After 24 Years – Policy Prioritization as a Factor” Project has taken off fully, with its second activity taking place in the two new target communities; Fushila and Dakpemyili, both within the Jantong Electoral area in the Salaga North District of the Savannah Region. The activity; community entry, provided opportunity for WUZDA GhanaContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana in the Savannah Region for Community Entry Exercise of “Optimized After 24 Years – Policy Prioritization as a Factor” Project”

WUZDA Ghana Conducts Planning Meeting of ‘Reloaded A24Y Project’, “Optimized After 24 Years – Policy Prioritization as a Factor”

Planning meeting for the anticipated “Optimized After 24 Years – Policy Prioritization as a Factor” Project has been held purposely to streamline activities for field implementation to commence. The 12 – month A24Y Scale – up project, funded by our partner in Spain, Mundo Cooperante, is aimed at contributing to enriching policy implementation of theContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana Conducts Planning Meeting of ‘Reloaded A24Y Project’, “Optimized After 24 Years – Policy Prioritization as a Factor””

WUZDA Ghana and Mundo Cooperante Celebrate Girls with Series of Empowerment Activities on IDGC – 2020

Girls around the world are being celebrated on October 11 every year, which is the International Day of the Girl Child, initiated through a United Nations General Assembly, 25 years ago. The Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action was adopted by some 30,000 women and men from nearly 200 countries in the Fourth World ConferenceContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana and Mundo Cooperante Celebrate Girls with Series of Empowerment Activities on IDGC – 2020”

Press Statement: International Day Of The African Child – 2020

On the 11th of July, 1990, member states of the Organization of African Unity OAU, moved to adopt the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child, which sets out rights and defines principles for the status of children on the African continent, as it came into force in 1999. The Day ofContinue reading “Press Statement: International Day Of The African Child – 2020”