Catalyzing Stakeholders’ Response to Teaching RHE in Northern Ghana


Catalyzing Stakeholders’ Response to Teaching RHE in Northern Ghana  is a one year project with funding support from UNESCO which seeks to support delivery of safer, healthier and inclusive schools and community environments for all young people as well as ensure the delivery of accurate, rights-based and good quality RHE programs that provide knowledge, attitudes and skills essential for safer behaviors, reduced adolescent pregnancy, and gender equality in the districts of implementation. The project is implemented in 15 communities in one Municipality and 2 District Assemblies (MMDAs) in Northern and North East regions specifically Gushegu Municipality, Zabzugu and Mamprugu Moadduri Districts.
Project Objective: 1. To deliver accurate, rights-based and good quality RHE programmes that provide knowledge, attitudes and skills essential for safer behaviors, reduced adolescent pregnancy, and gender equality
2. To support delivery of safer, healthier and inclusive schools and community environments for all young people

The primary target beneficiaries are Adolescents, Young people and Persons Living With Disabilities.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  • Where We Are

    We're located at Shishegu Residential Area, Nyankpala Road. Sagnerigu District Assembly Junction, Tamale-Northern Region

    info@norsaac.org

    +233-(0) 37 202 7029

    +233-(0) 50 130 3003

  • What We Do

    Advancing women’s human rights


    Healthcare, rehabilitation & awareness


    Building feminist leadership


    Expanding reproductive freedoms


    Education programmes

  • Socialize With Us

  • Subscribe

  • logo