WUZDA Ghana on IDSC – 2022; call for Policy and Action as Means to Ending Streetism

The International Day for Street Children – 2022 has once again provided an opportunity for government agencies in charge of child welfare, as well as the CSO, to reflect on efforts being put into ridding the streets of children who go through unimaginable hardships to live. WUZDA Ghana has over the years taken interest inContinue reading “WUZDA Ghana on IDSC – 2022; call for Policy and Action as Means to Ending Streetism”

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”