A women's group with their VSLA box

Saving Money and Changing Lives: The Impact of VSLAs

Each week, Tani Issahaku meets in a lahingoos—or women’s—group. Together, they have created a micro bank, where they can save ...
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#BalanceforBetter in Northern Ghana

"...Life was not easy, it was unbearable.” These are the words Ester Stephen, 38, used to describe what her life ...
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Musah posing with the school block.

From Herding Cattle to Senior School Prefect: How Education Changes Lives

Through one of RAINS’ accelerated learning programs for out-of-school children, Gariba Musah’s life has changed. Because of it, Musah, 18, ...
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Happy New Year from RAINS

As we begin another year, we would like to reflect on some of our accomplishments over the past year and ...
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Food Demonstrations to Teach Nutrition

With improved knowledge on nutrition and by using healthy local ingredients, malnutrition can be prevented. As it stands, malnutrition is ...
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Workshops on Social Inclusion in Local Governance

Participation in governance is important for democracy. It allows for excluded and/or minority groups to assert their rights and advocate ...
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Daboya School Inauguration

A new school block has been built for Daboya No.2 Primary School. This was a much needed intervention. Previously, the ...
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Indigenous Seed Fair

With climate change causing unpredictable weather patterns in Northern Ghana, food security is at risk. In the past decades, there ...
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Ms. Watson explaining an activity.

Participatory Teaching Methodologies Workshop

When students take an active role in their learning they are able to better comprehend what is being taught than ...
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RAINS distributes 100 bicycles to pupils

The Regional Advisory Information and Network Systems (RAINS), a non-governmental organization, has distributed 100 bicycles to pupils in the Northern ...
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