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In Ghana, we support the basic needs and rights of the poor, with an emphasis on human rights, women's rights, land rights and the right to education.

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ActionAid Ghana Governance Manual

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Securing Young Women's Rights to Freedom from Economic and Sexual Exploitation in Informal Workspaces in Ghana

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Black Girl Resists
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Black Girl Resists

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Understanding the impact of the covid 19 pandemic on Young urban women in the Upper East, Northern and Greater Accra regions of Ghana

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Bernice is a member of the Young Urban Women’s Movement, an organised group of young women in urban and peri-urban areas across Ghana
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ILO C183 AND RECOMMENDATION 191 EXPLAINER

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Irene is a member of the Young Urban Women’s Movement, an organised group of young women in urban and peri-urban areas across Ghana
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Convention No. 189 Decent Work for Domestic Workers and Domestic Workers Recommendation No. 201

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Women's Rights are Human Rights
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ACTIONAID GHANA CONDEMNS LYNCHING OF 90-YEAR-OLD ALLEGED WITCH IN THE SAVANNAH REGION

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AAG Staff assisting beneficiaries in Amuman, Ga South District, Greater Accra Region
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ACTIONAID GHANA LAUNCHES SECOND PHASE OF COVID-19 RESPONSE WITH DISTRIBUTION OF RELIEF ITEMS

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ActionAid responds to COP26 delay

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Elizabeth is a student who lost her study material when torrential rains and floods collapsed her home in the Upper East region of Ghana.
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COP25: UN climate talks, ‘fail to offer helping hand to climate survivors’

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ActionAid at COP25
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COP25: ‘It’s not too late’ to support communities on the frontline of the climate crisis

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Kanpege and her son, Daniel lost a portion of their home during torrential rains in the Upper East region
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COP25: Developing countries must ‘stay strong’ in loss and damage negotiations

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Tontie_Writer
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Looming Food Insecurity Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic: Time to Rethink Ghana's Agriculture Model

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Brandon Wu, Director of Policy and Campaigns, ActionAid USA
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In climate talks, rich countries are getting away with murder

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Smallholder farmers are most affected by the effects of climate change
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Balancing mitigation ambitions with adaptation: placing agroecology at the center of climate action in Africa

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Abena - Writer
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THE CLIMATE CRISIS: HOW GHANAIAN WOMEN ARE INFLUENCING CHANGE

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Martin is the writer
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STOP THE POLITICS OF INSULTS: TOWARDS A PEACEFUL 2020 ELECTION IN GHANA - BY MARTIN ADDISON

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Ghanaian Cedi Notes
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ActionAid responds to IMF debt relief announcement

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Apateba Awienya is a 40-year old shea butter producer who lives in the Kasiesa Community located in the Builsa South District of the Upper East Region
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We Lost our Livelihood to the Floods

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Adek John is a 38-year old nursing mother and smallholder farmer who lives in the Kasiesa community in the Builsa South District.
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I was afraid for my children when the water started rising

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Hellen selling her "pito" to some customers
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Empowering Women like Hellen to Enhance their Livelihoods

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Cover Picture
Publication

ActionAid Ghana Governance Manual

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Policy Brief_Cover Pic_Young_Urban_Women_Street_Action
Publication

Securing Young Women's Rights to Freedom from Economic and Sexual Exploitation in Informal Workspaces in Ghana

Read more
Black Girl Resists
Publication

Black Girl Resists

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Publication

Understanding the impact of the covid 19 pandemic on Young urban women in the Upper East, Northern and Greater Accra regions of Ghana

Read more
Bernice is a member of the Young Urban Women’s Movement, an organised group of young women in urban and peri-urban areas across Ghana
Publication

ILO C183 AND RECOMMENDATION 191 EXPLAINER

Read more
Irene is a member of the Young Urban Women’s Movement, an organised group of young women in urban and peri-urban areas across Ghana
Publication

Convention No. 189 Decent Work for Domestic Workers and Domestic Workers Recommendation No. 201

Read more