World Vision Ghana

World Vision Ghana

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The work you do is indispensable. We thank all staff and board members of @worldvisiongh, community members, children, partners and donors for selflessly contributing to making our world a better place to live. #happyworkersday #worldlabourday2022 #MayDay2022
World Vision Ghana has made progressive effort towards the rescue and restoring of hope in youth and children engaged in small scale mining. The project has been advancing towards its goal to improve the well-being of children and their families in small scale mining communities.
To commemorate #InternationalMotherEarthDay, World Vision Ghana urges a call to action by all to quit engaging in environmental malpractices leading to climate change and green house gas emissions which affects millions of people and aquatic life negatively. Use the link below to view some of World Vision Ghana's contribution to saving the environment.
https://youtu.be/gxCYovbt6UU

#MotherEarthDay #InvestInOurPlanet #IttakesUsAll
World Vision Ghana partnered with Obaapa Development Foundation to build the capacity of Queen Mothers across Ghana at a two day forum in the Volta Region. Other partners such as Hon. Dzifa Gomashie and representatives of NGOs were present to push the dialogue on ending child marriage and all forms of violence against children. #EndChildMarriage
May this #Easter inspire you to new #hope, happiness, prosperity, and abundance, all received through God’s divine #grace
Children in the Diaso Area Programme especially the most vulnerable and their families have improved #sanitation, #hygiene and safe #water for consumption, production and processing through the WASH for Improved Child Wellbeing Project funded by PM-International #PMWeCare #SafeWater #WASH Rolf Sorg PM International Vicki Sorg PM International

Watch: https://youtu.be/X-D7VG9Gzjs
World Vision Ghana brought together partners, community leaders and religious leaders at an End Child Marriage Campaign launch in Wa West and Agotime-Ziope districts. The forum sought to to mobilize major stakeholders and solicit their support for joint actions tailored at ending child marriage and all forms of violence against children in the districts. The Stakeholders made a commitment to support the fight to end child marriage and other forms of violence against children #ITAW #Endchildmarriage
@worldvisiongh held an Easter Service to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. The occasion was graced with an inspiring message by Very. Rev. Prof. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyedu.
Today we celebrate #WorldHealthDay with the theme #OurPlanet, #OurHealth. World Vision Ghana is committed to ensuring quality health care and universal health coverage for the most vulnerable.
Gideon can now blend letter sounds and #read simple sentences. He was introduced to the Unlock Literacy After-School Reading Camp in order to sustain his #reading interest and also to improve his reading skills.
Read more: https://www.wvi.org/stories/ghana/unlock-literacy-project-enhances-gideons-reading-skills
World Vision Ghana held a breakfast meeting with partners and stakeholders in the #WASH sector to discuss the way forward in achieving safe drinking water and improved sanitation. The Minister of Sanitation and Water resources gave a statement in which she emphasized the government's commitment to ensuring safe drinking water and improved sanitation.

We are a Christian non-profit organization focused on the well being of all people, especially children. We work toward a world where every child experiences life in all its fullness.

Where they are protected, cared for and given the opportunities to become all God meant them to be. Where they grow strong in communities free of need and full of promise. Where families are valued, the environment preserved and the most vulnerable live in security and confidence. Where they become responsible citizens of well led nations. Where peace and justice reign and all have the right to co

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Photos from World Vision Ghana's post 02/05/2022

The work you do is indispensable. We thank all staff and board members of @worldvisiongh, community members, children, partners and donors for selflessly contributing to making our world a better place to live. #happyworkersday #worldlabourday2022 #MayDay2022

Rescuing and Restoring Hope in Youth and Children Engaged in Small Scale Mining 29/04/2022

Rescuing and Restoring Hope in Youth and Children Engaged in Small Scale Mining

World Vision Ghana has made progressive effort towards the rescue and restoring of hope in youth and children engaged in small scale mining. The project has been advancing towards its goal to improve the well-being of children and their families in small scale mining communities.

Rescuing and Restoring Hope in Youth and Children Engaged in Small Scale Mining World Vision Ghana has made progressive effort towards the rescue and restoring of hope in youth and children engaged in small scale mining. The project has ...

LEAN PROJECT 22/04/2022

LEAN PROJECT

To commemorate #InternationalMotherEarthDay, World Vision Ghana urges a call to action by all to quit engaging in environmental malpractices leading to climate change and green house gas emissions which affects millions of people and aquatic life negatively. Use the link below to view some of World Vision Ghana's contribution to saving the environment.
https://youtu.be/gxCYovbt6UU

#MotherEarthDay #InvestInOurPlanet #IttakesUsAll

LEAN PROJECT

Photos from World Vision Ghana's post 21/04/2022

World Vision Ghana partnered with Obaapa Development Foundation to build the capacity of Queen Mothers across Ghana at a two day forum in the Volta Region. Other partners such as Hon. Dzifa Gomashie and representatives of NGOs were present to push the dialogue on ending child marriage and all forms of violence against children. #EndChildMarriage

17/04/2022

May this #Easter inspire you to new #hope, happiness, prosperity, and abundance, all received through God’s divine #grace

16/04/2022

“For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.” – John 3:16

May this reminder of Jesus' ultimate sacrifice fill you with hope this #Easter . 🙏

#Easter2022 | #JesusIsTheReasonForTheSeason

12/04/2022

Children in the Diaso Area Programme especially the most vulnerable and their families have improved #sanitation, #hygiene and safe #water for consumption, production and processing through the WASH for Improved Child Wellbeing Project funded by PM-International #PMWeCare #SafeWater #WASH Rolf Sorg PM International Vicki Sorg PM International

Watch: https://youtu.be/X-D7VG9Gzjs

Photos from World Vision Ghana's post 11/04/2022

World Vision Ghana brought together partners, community leaders and religious leaders at an End Child Marriage Campaign launch in Wa West and Agotime-Ziope districts. The forum sought to to mobilize major stakeholders and solicit their support for joint actions tailored at ending child marriage and all forms of violence against children in the districts. The Stakeholders made a commitment to support the fight to end child marriage and other forms of violence against children #ITAW #Endchildmarriage

Photos from World Vision Ghana's post 08/04/2022

@worldvisiongh held an Easter Service to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. The occasion was graced with an inspiring message by Very. Rev. Prof. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyedu.

Photos from World Vision Ghana's post 07/04/2022

Today we celebrate #WorldHealthDay with the theme #OurPlanet, #OurHealth. World Vision Ghana is committed to ensuring quality health care and universal health coverage for the most vulnerable.

06/04/2022

Gideon can now blend letter sounds and #read simple sentences. He was introduced to the Unlock Literacy After-School Reading Camp in order to sustain his #reading interest and also to improve his reading skills.
Read more: https://www.wvi.org/stories/ghana/unlock-literacy-project-enhances-gideons-reading-skills

Photos from World Vision Ghana's post 06/04/2022

World Vision Ghana held a breakfast meeting with partners and stakeholders in the #WASH sector to discuss the way forward in achieving safe drinking water and improved sanitation. The Minister of Sanitation and Water resources gave a statement in which she emphasized the government's commitment to ensuring safe drinking water and improved sanitation.

05/04/2022
Photos from World Vision Ghana's post 04/04/2022

World Vision Ghana launched the 3rd Edition of the School Sanitation Solution Challenge at Sunlodge Hotel on 30th March,2022. The challenge is part of World Vision's resolve to involve children in decision making. We look forward to receiving proposals from children all over Ghana for this year's contest.

#SolutionChallenge #GoodGovernance #Democracy

Photos from World Vision Ghana's post 04/04/2022

World Vision Ghana held a farewell ceremony last Thursday in honor of the outgoing Board Chair, Mrs. Efua Ghartey and Board Member, Late Rev. Mr. Erasmus Odonkor.
Mrs. Efua Ghartey served on the Board of World Vision Ghana for nine years and will be remembered in the history of World Vision for her exemplary leadership, dedication and commitment to the wellbeing of the most vulnerable children.
The late Rev. Mr. Erasmus Odonkor on the other hand was described by board members as an embodiment of wisdom who diligently served to bring hope to the most vulnerable children.
Dignitaries from Vision fund and Shared Services both subsidiaries of World Vision Ghana graced the ceremony.

#ExemplaryLeadership #Legacy #Farewell

Photos from World Vision Ghana's post 29/03/2022

World Vision Ghana believes that education has the power to transform lives by opening doors for better employment, allowing more active citizenship and well-informed health decisions that can benefit future generations. There is therefore the need to call on partners, donors and like-minded organizations to collaborate efforts and mobilize resources to improve education, water, hygiene and sanitation services in schools Ministry of Education GH UNESCO Ghana Health Service Ministry Of Sanitation and Water Resources Plan International

#QualityEducation #Waterforall #WVGdonorforum

Photos from World Vision Ghana's post 26/03/2022

@worldvisiongh in partnership with PROMASIDOR Cowbell Ghana commissioned water facilities at Longo and Adeo communities in the Kassena Nankana West District of Upper East Region. The boreholes are intended to serve over 310 Women, 280 men, 200 girls and 170 boys people in the Longo and Adeo communities

We will continue to work together to impact more people to access #safewater and #sanitation services.

Ghana High-level Multisectoral Stakeholder Engagement Seeks to Mobilize Political Commitment for the Neglected Tropical Diseases Sustainability Agenda 23/03/2022

Ghana High-level Multisectoral Stakeholder Engagement Seeks to Mobilize Political Commitment for the Neglected Tropical Diseases Sustainability Agenda

World Vision Ghana's Act to End NTDs l West project continues to partner with government agencies such as Ministry of Health, Ghana and Ministry of Education GH to ensure we eliminate #neglectedtropicaldiseases

Read more: https://www.actntdswest.org/news/ghana-high-level-multisectoral-stakeholder-engagement-seeks-mobilize-political-commitment

Ghana High-level Multisectoral Stakeholder Engagement Seeks to Mobilize Political Commitment for the Neglected Tropical Diseases Sustainability Agenda The Ghana Neglected Tropical Diseases Program (NTDP) under the Ghana Health Service (GHS), together with the NTD Ambassador Rev. Dr. Joyce Aryee, joined forces to mobilize national political and financial commitment for sustainable NTD interventions in alignment with the Ghana Beyond Aid agenda.

22/03/2022

#Groundwater is a vital resource that provides almost half of all drinking water worldwide and helps to sustain ecosystems, maintain the baseflow of rivers and prevents land subsidence and seawater intrusion.
World Vision chalked achievements in providing an average of 3.86 million and 1,824 schools per year over the past five years with access to clean water.
As World Vision Ghana joins the rest of the World to commemorate #WorldWaterDay themed ''Groundwater, Making the Invisible Visible'', we renew our pledge to improve community access to safe water and enhance knowledge exchange and collaboration with stakeholders to increase awareness on the importance of taking care of our #Groundwater.
For more insight on water, health and sanitation matters, do join us live on Thursday at 11am for #wvgdonorforum

#WorldWaterDay #ClimateChange #SaveourGroundwater #WVGdonorforum

21/03/2022

Happy International Day of Forests! Trees are an important source of livelihood. Shea trees are an example of trees with a plethora of economic benefits. World Vision Ghana is continuing to work with partners to ensure Shea trees and other indigenous trees are preserved! #InternationalDayofForests

20/03/2022

DID YOU KNOW? Forests are home to about 80% of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity, with more than 60,000 tree species. -United Nations #InternationalDayofForests

World Vision Ghana is working with partners like Tropenbos Ghana EcoCare Ghana Rainforest Alliance to support farmers in the restoration and preservation of their forests.

19/03/2022

DID YOU KNOW? Around 1.6 billion people depend directly on forests for food, shelter, energy, medicines and income. United Nations

World Vision Ghana in partnership with Tropenbos Ghana EcoCare Ghana Rainforest Alliance and funded by EU International Partnerships continue to work on the restoration of landscapes and ensure the preservation of indigenous trees. #InternationalDayofForests

18/03/2022

World Vison Ghana has launched a campaign to #EndViolenceAgainstChildren to promote social inclusion and human transformation in the Savelugu Municipality. The campaign featured activities such as a soccer contest with participants comprising 410 girls and 140 boys from the Savelugu School for the deaf and other schools within the communities as way to integrate both the disabled and non-disabled to foster social inclusion and a health card registration exercise for over 1,500 children UNESCO UNICEF Ghana Health Service
Husina, the adjudged best player from Savelugu School for the deaf asserted'' Because of our disability, nobody wants to play with us but World Vision gave us the opportunity to participate in the game and I believe that my dream of becoming a footballer in future will be a reality.
The Municipal Chief Executive, Madam Ayisha and other District Assembly members graced the occasion. In a speech, she stressed on the need to enforce bye-laws to serve as deterrent to irresponsible persons in our societies and commended @WorldVisionGH's effort over the years in protecting the rights of children.
#socialinclusion #EndViolenceAgainstChildren #equalrights

16/03/2022

The time to act is now!
With the impact of #COVID19 on schools and children living in rural areas, it is time to reflect and strategize on improving reading among vulnerable children UNESCO UNICEF KOICA Ghana CHPS+ Project
Join us live on March 24 at 11am for #WorldVisionGH's first ever donor engagement forum on how WASH intervention impacts education using the link below

https://www.facebook.com/271233206346887/posts/2440676239402562/?d=n

#literacy #education #wvgdonorforum

15/03/2022

World Vision Ghana affirms the belief that communities that are empowered to participate in their own development have more sustainable outcomes!
Read about the people of Bebuso community's inspiring story on how they advocated for a community health facility.
https://www.wvi.org/stories/ghana/bebuso-community-rally-together-improve-access-health-care

Join us live on March 24 at 11am for #WorldVisionGH's first ever donor engagement forum on how WASH intervention impacts education using the link below

https://www.facebook.com/271233206346887/posts/2440676239402562/?d=n

#literacy #education #WASH #wvgdonorforum

15/03/2022

Children living in rural areas rarely have access to reading books.
Gideon and other children in his community were provided with story books.
Read about how access to story books changed Gideon's life. https://www.wvi.org/stories/ghana/new-books-bring-excitement-gabriel-and-his-friends

Join us live on March 24 at 11am for #WorldVisionGH's first ever donor engagement forum on how WASH intervention impacts education using the link below
https://www.facebook.com/271233206346887/posts/2440676239402562/?d=n

#Literacy #Education #WASH #UniversalWASH #WVGdonorforum

09/03/2022

Individuals by themselves cannot fight the canker of #inequality. It takes the collective effort of schools, offices and churches to defy stereotypes and stop discrimination against women. #IWD2022, #BreakTheBias,#StopDiscrimination.

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