The Youth Harvest Foundation Ghana marked the 2019 Menstrual Hygiene Day at the Yagzore and Sekoti communities in the UER with a call for increased action and investment to ensure
In furtherance of her efforts to empower young people to realise their full potential, the Youth Harvest Foundation Ghana in partnership with the GoalKeepers Accelerator Fund has launched a project
The National Coordinator of the School Health Education Programme (SHEP), Mrs. Esi Ayenba Inkoom, and her colleague Madam Ellen as part of their tour to the Upper East Region, paid
In order to properly place our team to effectively design and deliver our projects and sustain our vision, all staff is currently undergoing a five-day Project Management Professional (PMP) certification
The Youth Harvest Foundation Ghana, in collaboration with Plan International, with support from Global Affairs Canada, has launched a project dubbed “Pogmenka” (Ideal woman) in the Bongo and Nabdam districts
Twenty-five years ago, some 30,000 women and men from nearly 200 countries arrived in Beijing, China, for the Fourth World Conference on Women, determined to recognize women’s rights as human rights.
Behind the scenes and in the spotlight, women and men across Ghana choose to challenge gender bias and inequality. They are forging an inclusive Ghana. In the light of International