FOSDA Urges EC, Stakeholders To Put Ghana First

FOSDA Urges EC, Stakeholders To Put Ghana First

The Foundation for Security and Development in Africa (FOSDA), a regional civil society organisation has expressed concern about the lack of consensus among political parties and other key stakeholder with regards to the Electoral Commission’s (EC) proposal to compile a new Voter register for the 2020 general election. Mrs Theodora […]

Support For Female Parliamentary Candidates

Support For Female Parliamentary Candidates

In an attempt to walk the talk on the need to support female parliamentary candidates for the 2012 Parliamentary and Presidential elections in Ghana, FOSDA provided material, advocacy training and moral support to twelve (120 female parliamentary candidates in the three northern regions of Ghana. Out of the number supported, […]

Research & Advocacy

Research & Advocacy

As part of efforts to shore up the position of women in politics, FOSDA undertook a study on female parliamentary candidates in the three regions of northern Ghana. The study was conducted by the center for Continuing Education and Inter-disciplinary Research (CCEIR), University for Development Studies (UDS) during the run […]

LEADERSHIP AND GENDER ANALYSIS TRAINING WORKSHOP

LEADERSHIP AND GENDER ANALYSIS TRAINING WORKSHOP

We work with the regional youth networks across the country  to train youth leaders in the various youth groups   to help enhance their  leadership skills within the network We have so far trained ………………………………………………. Across ………………………….. regions in the country