promoting mental health

Promoting Women Mental Health in Ghana

Ghana Somubi Dwumadie (Ghana Participation Programme) is a four-year disability programme in Ghana, with a specific focus on promoting mental health in Ghana. This programme is funded with UK aid from the UK government. The programme is run by an Options’ led consortium, which also consists of BasicNeeds-Ghana, Kings College London, Sightsavers International, and Tropical Health, and focuses on four key areas: 1. Promoting stronger policies and systems that respect the rights of people with disabilities, including people with mental health disabilities 2. Scaling up high quality and accessible mental health services 3. Reducing stigma and discrimination against people with disabilities, including mental health disabilities 4. Generating evidence to inform policy and practice on the effectiveness of disability and mental health programmes and interventions
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She Leads project

SHE LEADS

She Leads is a consortium that brings together child rights organisations, feminist/women’s rights organisations, and GYW-led groups in a joint effort to increase the sustained influence of girls and young women (GYW) on decision-making and the transformation of gender norms in formal and informal institutions.
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Promoting Opportunity for Women Empowerment and Rights (POWER PROJECT)

Promoting Opportunity for Women Empowerment and Rights (POWER PROJECT)

Funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands under the Leadership and Opportunities for Women (FLOW) fund, the Promoting Opportunity for Women Empowerment and Rights Project is a multi-country economic empowerment project implemented in Rwanda, Ghana, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. In Ghana, this project is implemented under the guidance of ActionAid Ghana in partnership with Songtaba as implementing partner in the northern region.
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Complementary Basic Education a Sogntaba project

Complementary Basic Education

With support from the government, we have been working in partnership with ActionAid Ghana on providing Complimentary Basic Education to reach children of school age who are not currently enrolled in school. The first cycle of this project targeted 800 children in 18 communities in the Nanumba North District.
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Employment and Income Level Elevation Through Livelihood Diversification

Food Security and Livelihood Programme

We believe that everyone has the right to constant access to adequate food. We work to achieve this goal through three main program areas: smallholder farmer group development, farmer education and training, and climate change resilient agriculture.
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Gender Equality and Food Rights

Gender Equality and Food Rights

The gender gap in access to education, resources, and rights is just as prevalent in agriculture as in other areas of our work.
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Livelihood Diversification project Songtaba org ghana

Livelihood Diversification

The majority of the smallholder farmers in the Northern Region are engaged in crop production, which limits their income source opportunities.
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girls advocacy Alliance

Girls Advocacy Alliance

In partnership with Plan International Ghana, Songtaba is implanting the project with two other non- Governmental organizations; SILDEP in the upper west region, CRESCENT in the Eastern Region, and Songtaba in the Northern region. The project is working with Adolescents and young women in particular as they are prone to experiencing abuses in the form of violence, rape, and sexual assault, and sexual exploitation, at home, at school, and in the workplace. In the northern region, Songtaba is implementing it in three districts, Sagnarigu, Saboba, and Gusheigu Districts. Where it is working with 30 schools and communities.
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Women accused of witchcraft, Securing the safety and dignity of women accused of witch craft

Safety & Dignity Of Women Accused of Witchcraft

The first phase of the project worked with four district assemblies where the alleged witches' camps are located (Yendi, Nanumba South, Gushegu, and East Mamprusi) to adopt GESI bye-laws as one of the strategies to reduce the incidence of violence against women in the districts.
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Empowering Communities Against Climate Change

Empowering Communities Against Climate Change Impact for Improved Food Security

The three Northern Regions in Ghana are the poorest regions with high poverty levels and remain dependent on food crop farming which is vulnerable to climate variability. Like many semi-arid zones, the Northern savannah area is characterized by a single rainfall pattern with a long dry period of between eight to seven months and as a result, the people of people experience single rain-fed crop production with effects such as low and poor yield.
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promoting opportunity for women empowerment and rights6

Soil Conservation and Water Management

Soil conversation is critical to productive and sustainable farming. We have been working to educate and train farmers in best practices to help conserve the soil for sustainable farming. These training include proper soil coverage to preserve moisture, organic matter, preventing soil erosion, building terraces, using contour strip cropping, and alley cropping.
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