RECFAM is proud to announce that its latest project PRIDEPAD has officially been launched and has received certification from the Ghana Standards Authority. We are now positioned to freely distribute our Sanitary Pads to girls in Ghana, reducing gender inequality in schools. To learn more about this project, visit: www.pridepad.org
NEWS: CSO Joins District Assemblies to Fight Child Marriages
The Research and Counseling Foundation for African Migrants (RECFAM) has bemoaned the rising incidence of forced and child marriages in the country and called for closer collaboration between civil society organisations and the various public institutions to combat the menace.It said the practice entrapped young girls and women into relationships that subsequently deprived them of their basic human rights.Read more...
OUR PARTNERS: LOCAL & INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS
Local Partners / Collaborators
Department of Social Welfare (DSW)
Ghana Education Service (GES)
Ghana Immigration Service (GIS)
Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection
Thousands of new Church signboards have sprung up along the streets in Ghana and within the West African sub-region within the last three decades. Many of the names make interesting reading and often strike a chord with catchy and attractive messages. They constitute a direct and picturesque representation of encounters with leaders and members, indeed key players and my personal involvement in over 2000 churches mainly in Ghana and a few in Burkina Faso, Togo, Benin Republic, Nigeria, Cameroon and Côte d'Ivoire. Read more...