In response to staggering illiteracy, poverty, and education statistics that place the Northern Region considerably behind the rest of the country, Songtaba works to bridge the gap, working to increase the status of the Northern Region as a whole by promoting the status and rights of women.
Our programmes address inequality on a variety of fronts. We’ve provided free education to hundreds of children in the Northern Region through our Complimentary Basic Education program, ensured girls stay in school through Girls’ Clubs, trained women in a variety of livelihood programme through our FLOW programme, helped provide food security through smallholder farmer training, and assisted women accused of witchcraft in Kukuo and Gnani. Our vision is to see a society free from inequality and injustice in which women and other vulnerable groups enjoy their fundamental rights.
Create A Better Future
Effective Training That Empowers Women
With our years of efforts trying to decrease illiteracy, poverty, and increase the educational status of the Northern Region as a whole by promoting the status and rights of women. One of our major goals is to educate and train women on hard skills that enable them to live independently and sustainably.
We adequately train women in various communities of the Northern Regions of Ghana with tailored curriculum for each community. Below are a few hard skills training included in our training activities and events;
- Produce Bar Soup
- Groundnut Paste Production
- Shower Gel
- How to Respond to Climate Changes
- Best Farming Practices