Community Action and Support for Education (CASE)

Statistics indicate that the Northern Region is far behind in achieving quality education. For 2014 and 2015, only 43 percent of students made it to the final three years of Basic Education, with only 60 percent of these students finishing. The Northern Region also has the lowest level of girls enrolling in Junior High School[…]

Integrated Community Empowerment (INCOME)

The Integrated Community Empowerment Programme started in 2010 to directly work with communities in the North, with the goal to empower communities to strive for sustainable development through quality education delivery for rural pupils.[…]

Sewoh (One World – No Hunger)

In Northern Ghana, many rural community’s economies and food security depend upon smallholder farming. Critically, this is being threatened by climate change. With changing weather patterns, farmers are no longer able to predict the patterns of the rainy season[…]

School Gardens for Students

In July 2017, RAINS and AXIS partnered to implement a pedagogy project in communities in Northern Ghana. The pilot project was implemented in two schools in Nyoglo and Bunglung. The key feature of this project is the establishment of school gardens[…]

Strategic Approaches to Girls Education (STAGE)

The Northern Region has the lowest rates of literacy in the country at 32.5%, compared to national rates of 76.6%, as of 2015. Young girls in these communities often do not have the opportunity to go to school and those who do regularly drop out at a young age[…]

Enhancing Social Inclusion in Local Governance

In an effort to engage citizens, the Ghanaian government has implemented decentralization in the local government system. The purpose is to create a decentralized, non-partisan, & administrative arm of government, providing citizen’s the opportunity to participate in decision making[…]