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Where is your gender lens?

Where is your gender lens?

Every Gender Sensitive Indicator is supposed to measure the gap between men and women; the different roles, responsibilities and access ...
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SEND-GHANA builds women’s resiliency for climate change

Land remains the major source of livelihood for rural populations all over the world. In Ghana land is one of ...
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Step up efforts against aflatoxin-Farmers urge government

Step up efforts against aflatoxin-Farmers urge government

Farmers in the Brong Ahafo region have commended government and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) for their effort in the fight ...
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Where is your gender lens?

Every Gender Sensitive Indicator is supposed to measure the gap between men and women; the different roles, responsibilities and access ...
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SEND-GHANA joins regional CSOs to demand more investment in agriculture

SEND-GHANA joins regional CSOs to demand more investment in agriculture

SEND-GHANA, under the auspices of the Grow Campaign joined other Civil Society Organisations and Producer Associations across Africa and beyond ...
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SEND-GHANA Joins the GLOBAL CSOs Community to Demand Inclusion of a Target on Transparency in Public Finance Management and Procurement in Sustainable Development Goals

The International Budget Partnership (IBP) collaborates with civil society around the world (including SEND-GHANA) to ensure that scarce public resources ...
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Step up efforts against aflatoxin-Farmers urge government

Farmers in the Brong Ahafo region have commended government and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) for their effort in the fight ...
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Budget Monitoring by SEND-GHANA and its Partners Helps Improve Nutrition for Children and Support Local Farmers

Ghana: Budget Monitoring by SEND-Ghana and its Partners Helps Improve Nutrition for Children and Support Local FarmersINTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUNDThe International ...
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Making Two Percent of DACF Work for Persons with Disability

Making Two Percent of DACF Work for Persons with Disability

SEND-GHANA on 9th May, 2014, launched its latest District Assemblies Common Fund (DACF) research report titled “Making the Two Percent ...
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SEND-GHANA’s capacity appreciated

The capacity of SEND-GHANA has been touted as the most preferred in the area of providing livelihood support and giving ...
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Agona East cries for district hospital

Agona East cries for district hospital

The Agona East District, which was created about six years ago, has no district hospital. The situation has compelled expectant ...
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World Bank supports SEND-GHANA with $850,000 to promote social accountability in Ghana

World Bank supports SEND-GHANA with $850,000 to promote social accountability in Ghana

The World Bank has released the list of finalists for second round of Global Partnership for Social Accountability (GPSA) grants ...
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Maternal death on the rise at Amansie

Maternal death on the rise at Amansie

The Amansie West District in the Ashanti Region recorded four maternal,  in 2011, five in 2012 and 6 deaths in ...
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Poor roads hamper attainment of maternal health outcomes

Over the last 3 decades, the Ghana government and its development partners have implemented many policy options; all geared towards ...
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Ethical and moral concerns of climate change

The Challenge of Climate Change has become very topical globally because of its importance as a life sustaining or devastating ...
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The Governance of Local Government Revenue: Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens

Introduction  Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in Ghana largely rely on national fiscal transfers from the central government for ...
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World Bank supports SEND-GHANA with $850,000 to promote social accountability in Ghana

World Bank supports SEND-GHANA with $850,000 to promote social accountability in Ghana

The World Bank has released the list of finalists for second round of Global Partnership for Social Accountability (GPSA) grants ...
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The Governance of Local Government Revenue: Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens

The Governance of Local Government Revenue: Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens

Introduction  Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in Ghana largely rely on national fiscal transfers from the central government for ...
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New staff undergo orientation

New staff undergo orientation

A one week orientation and gender training has been organized for 32 new staff of SEND-GHANA at Salaga in the ...
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Queen mothers endorse SEND-GHANA’s soya products

Queen mothers endorse SEND-GHANA’s soya products

Some Queen mothers in the Brong Ahafo region have endorsed SEND-GHANA’s Soya drink, Soya stew, Soya Koose and Soya Khebab.According ...
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