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In the quest to advocate for youth and children, I came across a 16 year Nafisa, a primary 2 girl who happens to be a victim of teenage pregnancy in Wa in the Upper West Region. Upon my investigation & interview with the girl, i came to a realisation that, Nafisa after getting pregnant because of the unfavourable economic condition she found herself was even worse off when the guy who impregnated her and his family intentionally abandoned her for the rest of the struggles. The only money Nafisa could remember getting from the family since she became pregnant was 25ghc, that was even after she gave birth. I had to travel all the way from Accra to the Upperwest to take her to the hospital for antenatal and other expenses all at my personal cost.

I did my best to talk to the family for support but all efforts proved futile. To that extent, I had no option than to refer her pitiful situation to the *Department Of Social Welfare and Children Protection of Ghana* , where the family was this afternoon charged to pay an amount of *ghc700* for the 9months they abandoned the girl and also an amount of *Ghc100* every month until the child is of age or face the law.

The two families involved were proposing marriage between the 16year girl and the irresponsible guy who impregnated her but I refused making them understand even the law is not in support.. This is because being a teenage mother does not make one useless neither does it render one educationally incapacitated. Celebrities like Sofia Vergara, Anna Nichols Smith , Maya Angelous etc who were ones teenage mothers have been able to manoeuvre through the difficulties. Today, people look up to them for inspirations and she isn't an exception. She can also rise up and become the Samira Bawumia through education. That is what I fight for.

One person cannot do it alone. But collectively, we can help make the life of others better.
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My concern has always been education and it will always be. In my community, I must say education has really improved considering the number of schools to be precise the number of private school institutions is something good to write home about. With this in mind, my headache is our little siblings in the some selected government schools.
To begin with, the passion of some children schooling in my area is really deplorable and must say to a large extent it’s no fault of theirs. Every morning as my eye run on the streets and fall upon the some really wonderful kids, my heart bleeds. Not for every reason but the mere fact of seeing these kids in tattered clothes sorrows my soul. By taking a closer look, you will eventually notice these wonderful kids in one way or the other admire their age mates in nicer and presentable uniforms causing a whole lot of depressed feelings. These kids am speaking of are between the ages of six to let’s say eleven. I know very well that uniform don’t form part of our brain or learning ability but I know for sure it goes a long way. A new uniform will not harm, a new bag, a nice pair of sandals, those little things are priceless. To learn that some of these kids sometimes run from school and hide out in uncompleted buildings whiles classes is in section is deplorable. I remember a new uniform and a bag got me to school 5 : 30 am if which I know my regular wake up and that is after mum screams her head off is 6: 30 am .that is empowerment and desire a nice uniform can bring out.
Going deeper I will say I will say our kids these days have lost the very core of morality and its really eating deeper, gone were the days when groups and other individuals pay a visit and give us a sound education on morality topics, sexual behavior, the very essence of schooling and since these people were new to us, I mean first time of meeting them we listened with genuine interest. We enjoyed the chips and the biscuits they gave out but the message also sunk deep. The inter school quiz and organized by some other philanthropists also made schooling lively and when your school emerges first ………………
Let’s bring these feeling back….NGO’s and other philanthropist should take a detailed look….education is priceless, education is fun..
If I Lydia Alhassan had 750 dollars to improve the lives of children in my community, i would start a Girl Power Project to help vulnerable school girls of menstruating age and contribute to SDGs 3, 4,6,10. I would do so through distribution of sanitary pads and capacity building on menstrual hygiene management and reproductive health for improved performance and self esteem. UNICEF estimates that 1 in 10 menstruating African girls skip school four to five days per month or drop out completely. A girl absent from school due to me********on for four days of every 28 day cycle loses 13 learning days, these is equivalent to two weeks of learning, every school term. Studies show that every year of schooling increases a girl’s future earning power by 10 to 20 percent. In addition, each additional year a girl is in school can reduce the risk of HIV infection and delay a girl’s first pregnancy. Educated girls are more likely to become empowered women; they are more likely to take control of their lives, have economic security, and raise fewer and healthier children who will in turn be more likely to be educated themselves.

Educating girls is widely regarded as one of the best ways to improve the economy and health of developing countries. Girls, however, consistently fare less well academically than boys. Academic performance is closely correlated with school attendance, and absenteeism, and dropout rates are high for Ghanaian girls. Studies have shown that these high rates are often linked to their reproductive biology. In 2015, my survey of menstruating girls in the Upper West region from selected schools found that “the biggest numbers of school dropouts are girls because of inconveniences during their menstrual periods. One goal of this initiative is to empower seventy (70) vulnerable school girls of menstruating age in the Ponyetanga primary/ Jhs school in the Wa West district of the Upper West Region for a period of twelve (12) months through distribution of sanitary pads and capacity building on menstrual hygiene management and reproductive health for improved performance and self esteem in line with Goal 3, 4, 6 and 10 of the sustainable development goals.
If I Lydia Alhassan had 750 dollars to improve the lives of children in my community, i would start a Girl Power Project to help vulnerable school girls of menstruating age and contribute to SDGs 3, 4,6,10. I would do so through distribution of sanitary pads and capacity building on menstrual hygiene management and reproductive health for improved performance and self esteem. UNICEF estimates that 1 in 10 menstruating African girls skip school four to five days per month or drop out completely. A girl absent from school due to me********on for four days of every 28 day cycle loses 13 learning days, these is equivalent to two weeks of learning, every school term. Studies show that every year of schooling increases a girl’s future earning power by 10 to 20 percent. In addition, each additional year a girl is in school can reduce the risk of HIV infection and delay a girl’s first pregnancy. Educated girls are more likely to become empowered women; they are more likely to take control of their lives, have economic security, and raise fewer and healthier children who will in turn be more likely to be educated themselves.

Educating girls is widely regarded as one of the best ways to improve the economy and health of developing countries. Girls, however, consistently fare less well academically than boys. Academic performance is closely correlated with school attendance, and absenteeism, and dropout rates are high for Ghanaian girls. Studies have shown that these high rates are often linked to their reproductive biology. In 2015, my survey of menstruating girls in the Upper West region from selected schools found that “the biggest numbers of school dropouts are girls because of inconveniences during their menstrual periods. One goal of this initiative is to empower seventy (70) vulnerable school girls of menstruating age in the Ponyetanga primary/ Jhs school in the Wa West district of the Upper West Region for a period of twelve (12) months through distribution of sanitary pads and capacity building on menstrual hygiene management and reproductive health for improved performance and self esteem in line with Goal 3, 4, 6 and 10 of the sustainable development goals.

Reach for Change supports social entrepreneurs who are solving the most pressing issues facing children and youth. We run accelerators and incubators that unleash the power of entrepreneurship and innovation to create a better world for children.

Reach for Change Ghana is a part of the regional non-profit organization, Reach for Change Africa. Reach for Change Africa supports social entrepreneurs who impact the lives of children, youth and women. We partner with corporations, NGOs and other impact investors to run innovation competitions to find and develop strong social entrepreneurs who tackle some of society's most pressing issues. Our

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Photos from Reach for Change Ghana's post 31/08/2021

It’s not enough to “TALK” about wanting to create change from the Grassroots. What are you actually “DOING” to create that change? Tuesday Spotlight HOPin Academy

Taking advocacy to the doorsteps of the marginalised in the Bihiniyali Community in Tamale. #EmpowerInvestGrow #AdvocacyTraining #ForumCiv #ReachforChangereachingforChange #SEGhana

09/06/2021

We are looking for a consultant to design and deliver an advocacy training session.
Interested applicants should visit https://ghana.reachforchange.org/en/ for complete description and apply.
The deadline for submissions is this Monday, June 21.

We are looking for a consultant to design and deliver an advocacy training session.
Interested applicants should visit https://ghana.reachforchange.org/en/ for complete description and apply.
The deadline for submissions is this Monday, June 21.

11/05/2021

Following Gitanjali’s keynote at Partnering for Change Talks with Gitanjali Rao we will highlight more inspiring examples of how tech can be an enabler for accelerating social impact. We’ll hear from three of our most impressive social entrepreneurs, with tech solutions for some of the pressing social issues for children: Shanga Aziz - Founder of Locker Room Talk, Josephine Marie Godwyll - Founder of Young At Heart GH, and Dessislava Gavrilova - co-founder of Книговище.

Press attending on the event and save the date in your calendar 👉 https://www.addevent.com/event/qw6347268

Join the event on the 20th of May at 3PM-3-30PM CET to hear exclusively all our inspiring speakers!

The Partnering for Change Talks are done in partnership with Danske Bank.

05/05/2021

#WomenLeadersTalks
Meet the inspiring Josephine Marie Godwyll - engineer, researcher, social entrepreneur. Josephine founded @youngatheartgh - an Ed-Tech social enterprise, which is making quality education affordable, engaging & accessible even in the remotest part of the world, by providing access to customized hardware and digital learning platforms and products.

She shared her experience in how to close the gender gap in entrepreneurship.👇

❓What structural barriers do you see for female social entrepreneurs?
In many contexts gendered expectations stifle entrepreneurial success. Normalized expectations that tend to cast the role of females as having to take the back seat and dull their shine for a variety of ridiculous reasons, ranging from being approachable to not scaring off potential suitors, has negative effects on the work that female entrepreneurs do, and this is easy to overlook.

❓Can you identify one thing that could be of help for a woman beginning her entrepreneurial journey?
You need a sharpened sense of awareness. It's important to be self-aware. Look within and dig deep, play to your strengths and strategize to mitigate your needs. You also need to have an awareness of your ecosystem in order to explore the support available and hack the barriers that stand in your way. You are made for this!

Find out more about the #WomenLeaders initiative, we’re doing in partnership with Tankesmedjan Global Utmaning and the support of The Swedish Institute, on 👉
https://www.globalutmaning.se/femalesocialentrepreneurs/

14/04/2021

We're hiring! Do you have experience in project management, program execution and it's related activities? Are you passionate about improving the lives of women, children and youth? Apply to come work with our smart, brave and passionate team and make a big difference in the lives of women, children and youth! To apply visit: https://reachforchange.teamtailor.com/

We're hiring! Do you have experience in project management, program execution and it's related activities? Are you passionate about improving the lives of women, children and youth? Apply to come work with our smart, brave and passionate team and make a big difference in the lives of women, children and youth! To apply visit: https://reachforchange.teamtailor.com/

01/04/2021

Reach for Change Podden

18/03/2021

Do you have experience in designing, developing and delivering leadership programs for women? Apply to work with our smart, brave and passionate team and make a big difference in the lives of women! For complete description visit:
https://ghana.reachforchange.org/en/

Submit your proposals before, April 11, 2021.

Do you have experience in designing, developing and delivering leadership programs for women? Apply to work with our smart, brave and passionate team and make a big difference in the lives of women! For complete description visit:
https://ghana.reachforchange.org/en/

Submit your proposals before, April 11, 2021.

17/03/2021

This year, we at Reach for Change bring you a virtual series of inspiring and thoughtful talks on sustainability and innovation powered by Danske Bank. Join our sessions and help us unleash the power of social innovation to create a more green, equal and socially sustainable tomorrow.

First up this Thursday 18th of March: Gender Equality with Katrine Marçal: HOW INCLUSION OF WOMEN IS THE MISSING KEY TO INNOVATION.

Here is a link to the event: https://fb.me/e/RvXDeMCM

This year, we at Reach for Change bring you a virtual series of inspiring and thoughtful talks on sustainability and innovation powered by Danske Bank. Join our sessions and help us unleash the power of social innovation to create a more green, equal and socially sustainable tomorrow.

First up this Thursday 18th of March: Gender Equality with Katrine Marçal: HOW INCLUSION OF WOMEN IS THE MISSING KEY TO INNOVATION.

Here is a link to the event: https://fb.me/e/RvXDeMCM

myjoyonline.com 10/12/2020

Introduce effective policies to promote small businesses - Social Enterprise Ghana urges government - MyJoyOnline.com

Reach for Change supports Social Enterprise Ghana to Advocate for effective policies from the government to promote small businesses in Ghana. https://www.myjoyonline.com/business/economy/introduce-effective-policies-to-promote-small-businesses-social-enterprise-ghana-urges-government/

myjoyonline.com Some social enterprises in the country are calling for the introduction of efficient policies which will aid them to flourish and grow reach. At a forum organised last Thursday by the Social Enterprise Ghana under the theme, “MSMEs for Socio-Economic Development: Programmes and Interventions of Go...

05/11/2020

HapaSpace

Reach for Change Ghana and Social Enterprise Ghana together with HapaSpace organized a feedback session for EMPOWER! EQUALIZE! ENGAGE! Campaign in Ashanti Region. The event which marks the last piece of the 3-session campaign was to gather feedback from beneficiaries on assessing public services.
We had representatives from Ghana Revenue Authority - Official, Registrar General's Department, NBSSI Ghana, and National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme-NEIP to enlighten participants about their core mandates, new developments, and how to access their services.
More importantly, beneficiaries had the opportunity to ask these duty bearers questions and offer suggestions.

The EMPOWER!EQUALIZE!!ENGAGE!!! Campaign is aimed at positioning women, youth, and the vulnerable to take action by engaging with the local authorities thus empowering them to understand their rights while taking advantage of the benefits.

The youth and young women were in #Ghana mostly face various challenges in assessing public services to be sustainably self-employed. .

We believe that young people can earn an income and break the cycle of poverty when given access to economic resources.

We rounded off the session stressing the established channels within our community on how to effectively access the services of these duty bearers.

AfriLabs Women's Haven Africa Kumasi Hive

#EmpowerEqualizeEngage
#takeactionnow
#entrepreneurship
#kumasievents

myjoyonline.com 05/11/2020

Social Enterprise Ghana advocating for women economic growth - MyJoyOnline.com

myjoyonline.com Ensuring gender equality, decent work and economic growth in women businesses, Social Enterprise Ghana with its partners launched the #LetsEmpowerHer project.

30/09/2020

CALLING ALL SOCIAL AND IMPACT ENTREPRENEURS! On Oct 1st Reach for Change and Danske Bank are hosting a variety of campfire sessions, where you as an entrepreneur have the chance to ask all your questions to experts within; investments, financing, marketing and impact measurement. You will also get the unique opportunity to meet and interact with peers all around the world, to discuss and brainstorm on challenges and opportunities. Sign up today: reachforchange.org/en/momentofchange

24/09/2020

Speaker @ The Moment of Change: Sara Damber
A passionate and game changing social entrepreneur with a strong passion for children and youth. And not the least, our founder. We are so happy to announce that Sara will join our digital gathering and share her Moment of Change, what drove her to the idea of Reach for Change and what she believe we need to do to speed up the pace of creating a more social sustainable world #momentsofchange

19/09/2020

Moments of Change

Join us for a global online gathering on Oct 1st to figure out: How we can speed up the pace to create the world we want by 2030?
For the past decade we have enabled thousands of moments of change, that have turned into a global movement of social entrepreneurship. We want to celebrate this movement of impact, share our learnings and insights, and together with brilliant guests discuss what we need to do to reach Agenda 2030 in 10 years?
#partneringforchange #momentsofchange

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30 local NGOs equipped on how to access and advocate for economic rights | News Ghana

Proud to be a part of this project with Social Enterprise Ghana and Node Hub, Ho!

newsghana.com.gh Node Hub Foundation, an innovation Hub in Ho over the weekend, trained 30 leaders of Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) that work closely with youth,

23/07/2020

In partnership with Social Enterprise Ghana, we held an entrepreneurship workshop at the Volta Serene Hotel-Ho from July 15-20 to empower organizations to advocate for the economic rights of vulnerable women and youth in Ghana. The workshop provided training on advocacy, financial planning and management for 14 organisations in the social entrepreneurship space and provided training on facilitating effective dialogue with stakeholders in order to channel the required resources, tools and information to the focus groups.

The workshop also built the capacities of these organisations with financial planning tools and resources in order to help improve their financial structures and make them more sustainable in the long term. In addition, the organisations were introduced to financial management and planning software such as the Built Accounting App which they will be able to use for free for the next three months.

TANOEHub Entrepreneurs Community Women's Haven Africa Dansyn Innovation Social Organisation - Dansyn ISO Icodegh Africa Skills Hub Node Hub, Ho DGI Foundation GrassRoots Hub Lintel Aid Ghana EMB Ahenfie HOPin Academy Innohub HapaSpace Spun Gold

ghanaweb.com 14/07/2020

The man who has built over 4,000 affordable toilets for the poor

Great to see our Change Leader Samuel Gyabah of Samalex SOLUTIONS-Game Changer, 2014 featured in the news! His social enterprise is doing very important work in sanitiation, especially during Covid-19 times.

ghanaweb.com Samuel Gyabah knew so well from being born and bred in Pokuase how lack of decent toilet facilities has led to poor sanitation practices and escalation in diseases such as cholera, typhoid, and diarrhoea in the Ga West Municipal Assembly.

09/06/2020

Reach for Change Ghana

myjoyonline.com 01/06/2020

Develop unemployment benefits, basic income policies - Social Enterprise Ghana advocates - MyJoyOnline.com

Social Enterprise Ghana is speaking up for the most vulnerable, especially disabled women, homeless people and unemployed youth, who are most hard-hit by the impacts of COVID-19.

myjoyonline.com Social Enterprise Ghana is advocating for inclusive policies that would ensure social protection of the vulnerable and poor especially disabled women, homeless people and unemployed youth. Edwin Zu-Cudjoe, the Executive Director of Social Enterprise Ghana said the Covid-19 pandemic has brought to th...

05/05/2020

Social Enterprise Ghana

APPLY FOR WASH FOR HEALTH SMALL GRANTS.

The Global Communities is implementing the USAID WASH for Health project aims to accelerate sustainable improvement in water and sanitation to improve hygiene behaviors in communities by giving community organizations the tools to facilitate change.
To apply, click n this link;https://seghana.net/apply-for-wash-for-health-small-grants/

24/03/2020

In these difficult times, more than ever we need to work together. For Reach for Change, as for our social entrepreneurs, working on the ground and physical co-creation are fundamental to everything we do. But it is also important to remember that in times of crises, we innovate. In times of uncertainty, we look for solutions. And in a time of social distancing, we find new ways to collaborate. Visit reachforchange.org/en/covid-19 to learn more.

02/03/2020

Reach for Change Africa

Very proud of our alumna Cordie Aziz of Environment360 who is making a big contribution towards SDG 14, Life Below Water. Her social enterprise is changing the way waste is handled in Ghana and reducing pollution in our precious oceans. Keep it up, Cordie!

Social entrepreneurship can be harnessed to tackle some of the most critical issues facing us today. Our alumna Cordie Aziz of Environment360 is making a big contribution towards SDG 14, Life Below Water, to change the way waste is handled in Ghana and reduce pollution in our precious oceans.

19/02/2020

Do you have experience in designing, developing and delivering advocacy training? Apply to work with our smart, brave and passionate team and make a big difference in the lives of women and youth! For complete description visit:http://africa.reachforchange.org/media/pdfs_on_the_website/rfp_advocacy_training.pdf

The deadline for submissions is this Friday, February 28.

19/12/2019

SDG 4: Quality Education

This is why we do what we do. Sheila Boakye, a social entrepreneur we have supported through our incubator, and founder of Literacy for Life, has been making a huge impact on the ives of Ghanaian students while contributing to Sustainable Development Goal 4: Quality Education.

10/12/2019

We only have 10 years left to fix the most pressing issues of our time and to reach the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. We believe we can reach them, but not with business as usual. By unleashing the power of social entrepreneurship, we can accelerate the speed at which we achieve the goals. But we need to work together to make it happen.

Individuals, companies, organisations – we need to partner up for change!

Learn more here: reachforchange.org/en/partnerupforchange

21/11/2019

Social Enterprise Day 2019

Is it easy to improve the world? Is it easy to change systems that don't work properly? Is it easy to help children and youth who may not be lucky enough to reach their full potential?

The immediate answer is no, it's not at all easy. At Reach for Change know it's not easy, but we also know that it is possible.

Today, on the Social Enterprise Day, we would like to celebrate our smart, brave and passionate heroes who once told themselves: "Yes, I can"! And now, they are doing magical things everyday, creating a better world for children and youth all over the world!

#socialenterpriseday #GEW19 #socent Zlitch Young At Heart GH Ghana Code Club NNEKA YOUTH Foundation Autism Ambassadors Of Ghana Literacy4life

12/10/2019

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26/09/2019

Check out this inspiring Ethiopian social entrepreneur, and Change Leader, Bizuayehu Jembere!

We will be in Ethiopia next month to meet him, and many other amazing Ethiopian #socents at the Social Enterprise World Forum in Addis Ababa!

#MeetEthiopianSocEnts
#SEWF2019

Ahead of the 2019 Social Enterprise World Forum in Addis Ababa, we want to introduce you to some amazing Ethiopian social entrepreneurs.

Today, we’re talking about Bizuayehu Jembere. He is an architect and urban planner turned social entrepreneur who is aiming to make Ethiopia a more inclusive place for the blind and visually impaired.

Bizuayehu produces original learning materials for the blind and visually impaired to help them learn basic math and geometry - fields of study they were previously excluded from on the basis of disability alone.

As a participant of our Incubator program, Bizuayehu has big dreams to scale his impact. He hopes to found an engineering institute for the blind, to ensure that blind people have equal access to opportunities that any other Ethiopian student would have.

#MeetEthiopianSocEnts

26/08/2019

Last Friday, we brought to a successful end the final phase of the GIZ Ghana eSkills Women's Business Program. The four-week training program brought together over 25 female entrepreneurs operating tech-driven businesses in the Volta Region. Participants were taken through courses in

Business Modeling
Branding/Communication
Team Building / Confidence Building& Assertiveness
Social Media Marketing to equip them with the digital skills needed to drive their businesses.
Certificate of participation was presented to participants after the program.
#Partneringforchange

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