Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana

by Hats Community Empowerment Programme (HACEP-Ghana)
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Protect 50,000 Girls from Child Marriage in Ghana
Mar 8, 2022

The Power of Education & SRHR Information, Education and Services 2 End Child Marriage

Doctor Sherifatu
Doctor Sherifatu

Dear Donors,

You are invited to mark this monumental day with us. Today we celebrate women’s achievements from around the world and commit to making changes for girls and women that will bring about a more just and gender equal world.   

Our new vision statement is of an “equal world where all girls can thrive”.  Imagine for a second, what that world would be like. 

Girls and Young Women have long been eclipsed from leadership positions and opportunities. With your help HACEP-Ghana has been working to provide these opportunities and support girls and young women to become the leaders they deserve to be. Give a girl and a young woman a place at community, local, national and international level leadership training to empower them to participate in society and in decision making and ultimately achieve the full potentials: 

The Girls’ Leadership Seminar (GLS) was created to give girls this opportunity, past participants include Doctor Sherifatu Musah (Founder and Executive Director at AID4Girls and Women Deliver Young Leader, 2016 Cohort). Much of Sherifatus’ success in life, she credits to her journey with Girls’ Leadership Seminar and experience attending the GLS Seminar in 2020. Her experience resulted in a career in politics: 

Sherifatus’ story is phenomenal, and she is not alone. Thousands of girls and young women in Ghana have been able to attend The Girls’ Leadership Training Seminar thanks to the donations of supporters like you.  

You play a key role in changing our world. Girl Leadership Seminar continues to break bias throughout Ghana by teaching girls and young women these skills and teaching them to value themselves.  

Young women still need this opportunity today. As our world becomes more polarised, a leadership seminar where difference is celebrated not criticised is essential. You can be part of forging a world free of bias, stereotypes and discrimination.   

                                                  Give Girls in Ghana the chance to lead.  

                                                                         Donate Today

You can read more stories of inspirational women that have attended the Girls’’ Leadership Seminar and have paved the way to breaking the bias, on our website:  

                                                               Women breaking the bias 

                                                       Girls’ Leadership Seminar Stories 

It is your chance to sign up to our special End Child Marriage Online Event taking place from 8th March, 2022 to 11th March, 2022 at 5:00pm each day starting today to  comemorate the celebration of the International Womens Day 2022.

We will be joined by girls and young women from around the globe who are breaking the bias through their leadership. Hear their stories and how you can support their journey. 

                                                                  Sign up to the event

 

Thank you for choosing to create a world free of bias, 

Yours in Ghana Girls’ Leadership Seminar 

Ms. Sherifatu Musah Ph.D

Chair of the Girls’ Leadership Seminar Board 

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Hats Community Empowerment Programme (HACEP-Ghana)

Location: Tamale, Northern Region - Ghana
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Twitter: @hacepghana
Project Leader:
Abass Hamza
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Tamale, Northern Region Ghana
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