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THE FOUNDATION FOR SECURITY AND DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA (FOSDA) CONDEMN THE ALLEGED NIGERIA’S ANTI-POLICE BRUTALITY AND THE KILLING OF UNNAMED CIVILIAN PROTESTORS

Crime against human dignity and safety cannot be a substitute to fighting another crime; the police brutality and

CSOs Bemoan the state of Arms Regulations in Ghana

Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) working on Peace and Security in Ghana have bemoaned the current status of arms

800 BENEFIT FROM FOSDA COVID-19 RESPONSE INTERVENTION

Eight Hundred (800) residents in eight (8) suburbs of the Kumasi Metropolis have benefited from a relief intervention

FOSDA APPOINTED AS A MEMBER OF THE REGIONAL ELECTION RESPONSE GROUP

FOSDA has been appointed as a member of the Regional Election Response Group (RERG) established by the West

FOSDA engages MMDAs on Domestic Revenue Mobilization (MMDAs)

The Foundation for Security and Development in Africa (FOSDA) has organized a 2 day dialogue session in Accra

GOVERNMENT OF GHANA MUST BE DECISIVE IN DEALING WITH SECESSIONIST GROUPS

For Immediate Release Accra, 2nd October, 2020                   GOVERNMENT OF GHANA MUST BE DECISIVE IN DEALING WITH SECESSIONIST GROUPS

FOSDA continues to work with Local Assemblies to Improve IGF

The Foundation for Security and Development in Africa (FOSDA) continues to work with the Shai Osudoku District and

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE: GHANA MUST ADOPT A ZERO TOLERENCE FOR ELECTORAL VIOLENCE

The Foundation for Security and Development in Africa (FOSDA) is urging the Government of Ghana (GoG) and all

Youth Urged To Participate Actively In Policy Making And Implementation Processes

The youth has been called upon to participate more actively in policy making and implementation processes, to ensure

FOSDA ENDORSES CALL OF NATIONAL PEACE COUNCIL FOR SWIFT ACTION ON VOTER REGISTRATION VIOLENT CASES

The Foundation for Security and Development in Africa FOSDA has commended the National Peace Council’s recommendations to the

International Youth Day 2020

The  International Youth Day 2020, under the theme “Youth Engagement for Global Action” seeks to highlight the ways in which

FOSDA Mourns the death of Prof Thomas Jaye

He was an indefatigable Pan Africanist. He saw the struggle in any corner of Africa as his battle

Consortium partners of the Enough! Project in Ghana condemn the murder of Madam Akua Denteh and stand with women and men who combat gender-based violence.

Violence against women and girls is a violation of human rights rooted in gender inequality, discrimination and social

Recruitment: Job description for Programmes Officer

The Organisation The Foundation for Security and Development in Africa (FOSDA) is a Non-Governmental Organization that has contributed