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CSOs Platform on SDGs launches its first Shadow Report July 15, 2019 READ MORE The Gender, Children and Social Protection Ministry responds to citizens’ input October 19, 2018 READ MORE USAID declares SEND as a strategic partner September 21, 2018 READ MORE SEND celebrates 20 years September 13, 2018 READ MORE United Nations Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights Professor Philip Alston UN Special Rapporteur cites SEND GHANA briefs in statement April 30, 2018 READ MORE SEND CEO Siapha Kamara (centre) launches kindergarten monitoring report alongside Adenta Municipal Director of Education Frances Mabel Williams (left) and Samuel Otopah Ntow, the director in charge of pre-tertiary schools (right). SEND GHANA launches kindergarten monitoring report April 24, 2018 READ MORE COP for USAID People for Health Project receives National Philanthropy Forum award April 4, 2018 READ MORE Tools for Reform: SEND GHANA’s Budget Analysis and Advocacy Training Workshop March 28, 2018 READ MORE Staff Working on the P4H Project Equipped with Skills on Gender and HIV and AIDS February 23, 2018 READ MORE Award to improve maternal health care services held January 27, 2017 READ MORE

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OUR MISSION - We work to promote good governance and equality of women and men in Ghana

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