Our Child Protection Project named “Exploit Not the Child” is a priority initiative which advocates strongly against child trafficking, abuse (bullying or use of force to get a child to do things against his/her will), sexual harassments, Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and exploitation in the area of hazardous work among others. The project aims to protect children from abuses that retards their development and growth.
Peace and Security
Our Peace and Security Project is a well-tailored initiative designed to advocate for peace. The project works to develop strategies for fostering peace and human security across Ghana using dialogue and collaborative approaches to conflict prevention and peace restoration.
The project utilizes an established platform dubbed “Speak to Peace” to engage diverse actors from civil society, media, traditional authorities, peace council, government, political parties, state security agencies, youth groups, students, academia, women groups and development partners among others to dialogue and share experiences aimed at complementing efforts at ensuring sustainable peace and development in Ghana and beyond.
The project also promotes peace through the organization of competition for students coming up with information, education and communication materials for peace building. The best art work is identified for publication in the dailies and social media as a way of creating awareness on the importance peace and human security.
2.Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH)
3.Agriculture, Nutrition & Food Security
The Foundation puts education at the core of its activities. We empower Ghanaian students through the Inclusive Education (IE) advocacy campaigns and our public speaking educational improvement (literacy, gender & leadership) project which enable school children to see education as the key that unlocks greatness. Our educational projects are purposed to maximize the educational gains in support of the ongoing global drive to achieving the Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4); “Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”
Quality Healthcare Delivery
Quality healthcare delivery is a major concern for all Ghanaians especially the vulnerable ones. Though efforts are being made to improve healthcare delivery in Ghana as compared to other developing countries, much needs to be done.
In our efforts to contribute towards the global drive in achieving the Sustainable Development Goal 3 “Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages”, CFF-GH and its partners including Direct Impact Alliance, NGOs in Health, Coalition of NGOs in Nutrition & Food Security and in collaboration with Ghana Health Service are implementing a project titled “Addressing Health Challenges of the Vulnerable through Health Campaigns” in vulnerable communities to compliment government’s efforts in promoting access to quality health care delivery.
The project seeks to improve the health and well-being of the vulnerable in Ghanaian societies.