Alliance for African Women Initiative (AFAWI) is a grassroots Ghanaian organisation, that has been striving to narrow the gender gap and empower women and children in Ghana for over ten years. We strongly believe in sustainable development and are working towards ensuring our projects to become self-sufficient for decades to come.
The Livelihood Project seeks to empower impoverished women by providing the necessary tools for them to start or grow their own businesses, so they may build a bright future for themselves and their families.
The ECCACHILD Project assists marginalised children in communities who have slipped through the net of government and social protection. We support them with their education and healthcare needs.
AFAWI is looking for individuals with an active interest in gender equality and grassroots sustainable development work. We welcome everybody who seeks to make a real difference in this world.
The Empowering Girls project aims to bridge the gender gap in schools, helping to create equal opportunities for all students. We create awareness on menstrual issues amongst girls and boys and provide menstrual support for girls, so that they can stay in school.
COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROJECT
The Community Outreach project holds health screening days in communities with little access to or knowledge of health facilities. In partnership with Ghana Health Services, AFAWI provides free screenings for communicable diseases, counselling and information sessions on the services available to the community.