Jennifer Posted December 10, 2007 Share Posted December 10, 2007 Lifeline Ghana- Crisis line: 233 244 846 701 (24 hours) NGO CONTACTS 31st December Women's Movement of Ghana P. O. Box 065, Osu-Accra Tel: 233-21-221470 Fax: 233-21-220303 E-mail: email@example.com Website: link Action Against Child and Women Abandonment Hanna A.O. Agyeman c/o P.O. Box AT 699 Accra, Ghana Ph#: 233 227 274 Advance Star Violence Against Woman and Children Mrs Mercy Acheampong Jones P.O. BOX 515 Kumasi, Ghana Ph#: 051 21937 Fax#: 051 21937 Association for the Advancement of Women in Africa (ASAWA) Box 5737, Accra North Accra, Ghana Christian Council Of Ghana CCG’s objectives are to strengthen the capacity of its Member Churches to contribute to achieveing Justice, Unity, Reconciliation and Integrity of Creation among the various sectors of the Ghanaian society and to provide a forum for joint action on issues of common concern. In seeking to achieve this, CCG is guided by the Holy Bible and in all matters of national interest remain non-partisan. P.O. Box 919, OSU, Accra Ph#: +233 21 776678/773429 Fax#: +233 21 776725 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Christian Mothers Association Mrs. Huberta Dickson- National President P.O. Box 5547, Accra North Ph#: (233-21) 772885/775745/222339/223504/ 402198 Federation of Muslim Women's Association in Ghana Issues: Human Rights/ Political Status of Women, Conflict Resolution and Peace Building, Interfaith Dialogue, Refugees, Disarmament. P.O. Box MS 156 Achimota Accra, W/A Ghana Ph#: 233 21 403256 Fax#: 233 21 772764 E-mail: email@example.com Gender Awareness Foundation Contact person: Stephane Lotro, Diana Heyman-Adu, Juliana Ablorh, Millicent Ablordeppey Ghana Institute of Journalism Box 667, PO Box MP2587, Mampro B1, Accra Ph#: (233) 21-236462/ 21-228 336/221 750 Fax#: 221163, 221165, 302810 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Or Contact person: Winifred Darko-Esthern Ghana Broadcasting, Corporation, 1633, Accra Ph#: 221107 ext.2060 Fax#: 221163 E-mail: email@example.com Internatioanl Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA), Ghana The FIDA has made "non-literate women literate in modern law" through workshops, translations and free legal services in an effort toward gender balancing and advocacy for children. Born from the UN's Women's Decade, FIDA, through attorney volunteers teaches women their rights and obligations under the law and translates laws from legalese into everyday language and then into local languages. FIDA also trains community-level paralegals. Contact persons: Lucy Felicity Arthur or Emelia Adjeporg 2nd Floor, Ghana Airways Buildings, Kojo Thompson Road Legal Services Centre, P.O.Box 16502 Accra North, Ghana Ph#: 233 21 225 479 Fax#: 233 21 230 035 Ghana Assembly of Women PO Box 459, Accra National Council on Women and Development (NCWD) The NCWD’s objectives are establishing and strengthening linkages and networking activities with NGOs; Influencing policy on issues concerning women; Advising government on the integration of women in development at all levels; Studying and evaluating women's contribution to economic, social and cultural fields; Drawing up long and short term plans of action. Focus is on education, health, employment, legal issues and political participation. NCWD has commisioned several research projects and initiated and funded projects, thereby raising awareness about gender issues. Placed in the President's office P.O. Box M 53, Accra, Ghana Ph#: 233 21 229119 or 233 21 245 918 Fax#: 233 21 228064 E-mail: WMW_Ghana@excite.com Or Greater Accra Secretariat P.O. Box C1402, Cantoments , Accra Ph#: +233 21 241993 Progressive Women's Credit Union Started in 1994 by members of Women in Progress, the credit union has now over 600 members. The credit union mobilizes funds and enables women to receive affordable loans after a pattern of regular saving. Box 1519 Cape Coast, Ghana Ph#: (0233-42) 30573 Progressive Women's Movement Issue: Women Awareness & Poverty Alleviation Contact Person: Nana Kesewaa P. O. Box CE 11709, Com. 11 Tema Ph#: 233-21-663878, 22-306222/310711 Fax#: 233-21-225742 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The Centre for Sustainable Development Initiatives (CENSUDI) TUC Building, Commercial Street Box 134, Bolgatanga, UER Ghana, West Africa Ph/Fax#: 233 72 22249 Email: email@example.com Third World Womens Network -Africa Secretariat P.O. Box 19452 Accra Ph#: 233 21 301 064 / 22 44 069 / 23 11 687 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Women's Development Agency P.O. Box 2858, Accra W.A. Ph#: 021 762538 E-mail: Matinan@aol.com Women in Law and Development Africa - WILDAF P.O. Box 6192, Accra - north Ghana Ph#: 233 21 760688 Fax #: 233 21 760687 Email: email@example.com Women in Progress Women in Progress works to achieve economic independence of women and alleviate poverty at a grassroots level in developing nations through the sustainable growth of small women-owned businesses and at the same time established mutual understanding among people of diverse cultures. The Organization’s international volunteer programs focus on assisting women in Africa to grow their micro enterprises and become self sufficient through business and IT consulting and training. Box CC 890, Cape Coast, Ghana Ph#: 0 233 42 36883 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Website:Women In Progress Women are The Key Issues: Aim of the group is to fight against the abhorrent traditional practice of Female Genital Mutilation through seminars, workshops, and campaigns. PO Box 283, Hoboe, Ghana Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) Of Ghana Castle Road, POB 1504 Accra Ph#: 220567/221944 Fax#: 0223-24 665960 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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