Students Become Leaders of Change on their Education

Meet Bakisun Ndolignan, a six-year-old student who hails from Bachabordo community in the Mion district of northern Ghana. She is ...
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Savelugu Municipal Assembly Receives Sewoh C.L.U.P.

Farmers from the communities of Langa, Tindang, Yiwogu, Yizegu, and Yilikpani in the Savelugu Municipality gathered together last week to ...
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School Gardens impact Student Nutrition

According to the Ghana Demographic and Health Survey (2014), about 13% and 19% of preschool-age children are underweight and stunted ...
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Stakeholders Gather for Consultation

The Board of Trustees and staff at RAINS are preparing to finalize a strategic document outlining priorities and focus areas ...
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Reviving Indigenous Seeds: the story of Salifu Haruna

With support from RAINS' Sewoh Project, Salifu Haruna has revived the use of indigenous seeds and agroecological practices into his ...
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The Student, Turned Classroom Teacher

On the 21st of June 2019, a team from RAINS who were on a monitoring visit to Bidima, a community ...
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SBS Empowers Female Entrepreneurship in Laogri-Kukua

Women from the first cohort of Street Business School in Ghana met with the CEO of Hope for Children (UK), ...
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Savelugu Farmers Draft Indigenous Seed Resolution

The ‘One World – No Hunger’ (Sewoh) project empowers farmers to play their part in creating a safe, nutritious, and ...
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Keeping Girls in School with Sanitation Education

May 28 is Menstrual Hygiene Day! What better time to recognize the work of the Community Action and Support for ...
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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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