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Training on managing public health in emergencies begins

A training on public health in emergencies management has begun for nurses from two teaching hospitals to enhance their capacities and preparedness in handling...
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NGO donates GH¢11k worth clothing to Sunyani Central Prison

The Royals in Development International Foundation (RIDIF), a Ghanaian- international Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)has donated a large quantity of clothing items valued at GH¢11,000.00 to...
Professor Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang

WILDAF commends Prof Opoku-Agyemang’s nomination

Women in Law and Development in Africa (WILDAF) Ghana, a Pan-Africa Women’s Rights network, has congratulated Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang on her nomination as...

Ghana needs sexual offenders register – WiLDAF

The Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF), has called on government to develop a Sexual Offenders Register with respective law enforcement...

WiLDAF Ghana Acknowledges Sophia Akuffo on Her Appointment as CJ

file image The Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF Ghana) has sent a congratulatory message to Her Ladyship Sophia A.B. Akuffo on her...

WiLDAF Not Pleased About Nana Addo’s Appointments

The Women in Law and Development Africa (WiLDAF) says the initial appointment of three females out of the 13 ministerial nominees announced by the...

WILDAF Urge Nana Addo to Appoint More Women

Women in Law and Development in Africa (WILDAF), a non-governmental organization (NGO), has called on President Akufo-Addo to involve more women in his government...

WILDAF Lauds Akufo Addo for Frema Opare’s Appointment

Gender advocacy group, Women in Law and Development in Africa (WILDAF), has commended the president-elect, Nana Akufo Addo for appointing a female as his...

Female Parliamentary Aspirants Increase Attributed To Good Media Reportage

He said though coverage of women in the media was still low, it was better and more positive than in past years. ...

WiLDAF inaugurates two girls’ empowerment clubs

The project sponsored by Crossroads International seeks to empower the girls with knowledge on Children’s rights, Domestic Violence, Gender Based Violence with focus on...

WiLDAF educates pupils on gender based violence

The Women in Law and Development Africa (WiLDAF) has held a day's seminar to sensitise basic school pupils on the role of the police...

Human rights is not about the law, but enforcement

Participants, who included representatives of Civil Society Groups, Security agencies and the media, said the issue was not about the law, but rather the...

Ghana To Mark Activism Against Gender-Based violence

Corporate entities have also been urged to support efforts at ending gender-based violence by funding focused campaigns as Ghana prepared to mark the 24th...

WILDAF charges government to invest in girl child development

The day set aside by United Nations , is also earmarked to promote girls' human rights that highlight gender inequalities that exist between...

Women must strive to be at the fore front of affairs – WiLDAF

Mr Frank Bodza, Programme Manager in Charge of Governance (WiLDAF), has called on women to re-orient and re-socialize themselves to be able to be...

Government adopt new strategy to halt child marriages

Mrs. Della Sowah, the Deputy Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, has called on the media to play an active role in leading...

Women group embarks on sanitation project at Ahwiam

Women of Africa Foundation has launched a one week clean-up exercise at Ahwiam in the Ningo-Prampram District to help clean the filth that has...

Photo exhibition on early marriages held in Accra

Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF), has held a too early to wed photo exhibition in Accra to educate parents and imams...

WiLDAF offers free health screening in the Akuapem North District

Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF) has held a free health screening exercise for the people of Baware and its environs in...

Judicial processes in Ghana are cumbersome-Minister

(By Francis Ameyibor, GNA Special Correspondent, Geneva, Switzerland) Ghana has submitted documents on Constitutional, Legislative and Institutional Framework adopted towards elimination of gender based discrimination...

Join forces to end violence against girls

Women in Law and Development Africa (WiLDAF) has urged state actors and gender stakeholders to commit more action towards ending abuses and harmful practices...

Govt Urged To Enhance Rights Of Women

Mrs Bernice Sam, a Gender Consultant on Tuesday called on Government to put in place appropriate measures that would ensure that laws governing violence...

Muslims Sensitized On Early And Forced Marriages

A women?advocacy?organization, Women in Law and?Development in Africa (WiLDAF) in partnership with CARE Ghana, has organised a day?s seminar to sensitise Muslims Imams to...

WiLDAF Trains 20 Legal Volunteers In South Dayi

As part of the efforts to create awareness and empower community members to claim their rights and reduce the incidence of Domestic violence, Women...

WiLDAF And Care Intl. Wage War On Forced Marriages

Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF) Ghana, a rights-based women?s non-governmental organization (NGO) and Care International have expressed grave concern about the...

Majority Of Muslim Marriages Not Secured

- WiLDAF Calls On Gov?t Fastrack CAP 129 Implementation ? Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF) a Pan-African non-governmental and not-for profit women?s rights...

WiLDAF Outdoors Community Health Coalitions In Ga West

Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF) has officially outdoor members of the Community Health Coalition (CHC) to the leadership and citizens of...

WiLDAF launches health reproductive rights project

In a unique demonstration of its commitment to lay a solid foundation for pregnant women in some parts of the country, Women in Law...

WILDAF lauds Mahama

Gender Advocacy group, Women in Law and Development in Africa, (WILDAF) has commended President Mahama for the appointment of Prof Naana Opoku Agyemang and...

?And supports WiLDAF call?On 40% representation of women

The National Women?s Leader of the Progressive People?s Party (PPP,) Ms. Berlinda Bulley, has called on President John Dramani Mahama to honour his party?s...