Camfed Ghana Rolls out 3 Strategic Plans.

Camfed Ghana, a Non Governmental Organisation with a vision to support girls and young women to be equipped and capacitated to be come economically independent in order to be able to achieve their fullest potential as part of their action to achieve these goals have rolled out 3 strategic plans to be implemented with a five years period.(2020 to 2025).
This was made known in a welcome address by the National Director of Camfed Ghana, Mrs Sally Ofori Yeboah during one day Camfed Ghana Media Partnership meeting held in Accra on Thursday, June 10,2021.
According to Mrs Ofori Yeboah, ‘Camfed’s Vision is of a world in which every child is educated, protected,respected and valued, and grows up to turn the tide of poverty. She said, as the most effective strategy to tackle poverty and inequality, Camfed has developed the 3 strategic plans which are the ‘MULTIPLIER EFFECT’ THE LEARNER GUIDE and the ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT.
According to Mrs Sally Ofori Yeboah, these strategic plans will give opportunities for girls to access education and empower young women to become leaders of change, stressing that “our focus is on girls and young women in rural areas of the Sub Saharan Africa”, where girls face acute disadvantage and where when they are empowered, it will have a transformative impact.
She stated that at the moment, Camfed works in five countries in Africa, namely Zimbabwe,Zambia, Ghana,Tanzania and Malawi, whiles in Ghana Camfed operates in 38 districts across the Northern,North East,Savannah, Bono,Bono East,Western,Eastern, Greater Accra,Ashanti, Upper East, Upper West and Central Regions, stating,” we support girls and young women to be equipped and capacitated to become economically independent in order to be able to achieve their full potentials”.
She indicated that Camfed work is increasingly being driven by the Camfed Association(Alumnae Network)of women who themselves received support from Camfed to attend school and are now leaders for girl’s education in their communities.
Mrs Sally Ofori Yeboah also took time to explain the need for the partnership meeting, stating that Camfed value and cherish the role that the media play in the socio economic development of any society, indicating that, in light of that, they have worked to build a mutually beneficial strategic partnership with the Ghanaian media as partners in development.
Mrs Ofori Yeboah applauded the Mastercard Foundation for their continuous partnership with Camfed over the years for the implementation of the Innovation BursaryProgram, The Scholars and Transitions Programs and now the Young Africa Works Program and expressed her gratitude to the Foundation for their continuous partnership.

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