Child marriage and teenage pregnancy in third world country is a misery and when it occurs in the rural setting of a third world country, it is more than a tragedy. Child marriage is a major threat to the survival, health and well-being of children and mothers, it denies victims their rights to health, protection […]
“Peace like charity begins at home” Franklin D. Roosevelt (1936). Northern Ghana has over the years experienced conflicts of different dimensions, including partisan political conflicts, religious differences, chieftaincy disputes and a host of others. These conflicts have severely undermined efforts towards good governance, poverty reduction and the needed development in the five Northern Regions of […]
All over the world, COVID-19 is having an unimaginable impact on families, businesses, Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), among others which have brought untold suffering and rapidly eroded gains made by key national and regional health actors such as YOVI’s efforts on girls’ access to livelihood, contraceptives and other SRH services in many districts. Schools have […]
YOVI since 2010 has engaged communities in the Tolon District and Savelugu Municipal to embark on farming activities particularly Soybean production to reduce poverty and hunger through inclusive use of ICT for youth employment
Using serene and enabling environment for good governance and sustainable development agenda in line with the dictates of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), YOVI is working with relevant government and community structures to support democratic rights and freedoms in Ghana, particularly Northern Ghana.
The project, “Removing Barriers to Safe Abortion among Young Girls in Tolon District of the Northern Region, Ghana” is being sponsored by Mannion Daniels Limited for Amplify Change Fund-UK. The overall objective is to scale up interventions on the prevention of unintended pregnancies and reduce barriers to safe abortion practices among young girls in the […]
Tolon (N/R), March 19, GNA – School girls and community members in the Tolon District have been sensitized on unsafe abortion practices as part of efforts to get citizens to embrace issues of sexual and reproductive health (SRH). The beneficiaries included girls of Tolon Senior High School, and citizens in communities including Waribogu and Cheshegu […]
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