FOSDA Hosts Volunteer Cooperation Programme (VCP) Coordinator For Africa
FOSDA Hosts Volunteer Cooperation Programme (VCP) Coordinator For Africa
The Global Affairs Canada (GAC) Team responsible for the oversight of the Volunteer Cooperation Programme (VCP) visited FOSDA on Thursday 26th January, 2023. The Team was led by VCP Programme Cordinator for Africa Andrean Cloutier. She was joined by OXFAM Ghana’s VCP lead, M&E and Gender Volunteers.The objective of the meeting was to share FOSDA’s
FOSDA is launching a campaign for the Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapon
FOSDA is launching a campaign for the Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapon
Do you know about the unacceptable Harm Nuclear Weapons can cause to humanity? Do you know that Nuclear Weapons are Banned by the United Nations? Do you know that humanity is threatened by the use of Nuclear Weapons anywhere in the world? Do you know that Ghana has not ratified the UN Treaty Prohibiting Nuclear
Don’t Hide Behind Social Media to Cause Insecurity, Fear and Panic: FOSDA
Don’t Hide Behind Social Media to Cause Insecurity, Fear and Panic: FOSDA
The Foundation For Security and Development in Africa (FOSDA) congratulates the Ghana police for its swift response to the ‘viral audio tape making serious allegation against the police’. FOSDA is of the view that such swift response by the police will go a long way to restore public trust in the police service. It is
Violent Incidents continue to decline as Central Region Tops Regional Incidents
Violent Incidents continue to decline as Central Region Tops Regional Incidents
The Central Region has recorded the most violent incidents in the November-December 2022. It recorded 16 incidents which contributed 38% of total incidents. This represents a take over from the Ashanti Region considering the two previous reports i.e., June-July and August-October 2022During the current monitoring period, FOSDA monitored and recorded a total of 42 violent
Violent Incidents in Ghana reduced in August-October Monitoring Exercise-FOSDA
Violent Incidents in Ghana reduced in August-October Monitoring Exercise-FOSDA
FOSDA’s media monitoring of violent incidents in Ghana has recorded a declining trend of cases from August to October 2022. Out of a total of one hundred and twenty-five (125) cases recorded, the monthly breakdown shows a total of 52 cases were recorded in August. This reduced to 44 cases in September and then 29
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What We Do

Fosda over the years has been engaged in advocacy works and youth developmental projects.

 
HUMAN SECURITY
We understand the complexity and the interrelatedness of both old and new security threats people are currently faced with and the impact of such threats on society as root causes of violence. Recent threats such as the COVID-19 global pandemic and the Russia invasion of Ukraine among others clearly underpins the
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GENDER EQUALITY
FOSDA shares the view that peace and security cannot be attained in an unequal world and society. We therefore work to bridge the gender equality and inclusion gap through empowering women and people living with disability politically and economically, promoting their participation in decision making at all levels.
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GOVERNANCE
FOSDA since its establishment has contributed to the culture of good governance focusing attention on security issues and the implications for marginalized groups, including women and young people. FOSDA duly recognize the crucial roles these group can play in the decision-making processes.
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The Fosda Story

About Us

Fosda history and what we stand for, and what we hope to achieve.

 

Who We Are

FOSDA is an International NGO driven by the passion to create a more stable and safer Africa for its citizens.   We work to mitigate the factors that threaten the basic security of the people and communities we work with using human-centered and integrated approaches to security

 
 
 
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Our Activities

Some excerpts from Our events, projects, and activities.

FOSDA engages youth, partners and other stakeholders on using Gender Transformative Education to challenge and end Sexual and Gender-Based Violence
02 December 2022
On December 1st, as part of this year’s 16 days global campaign on ending violence against women and...
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FOSDA provides training for Youth Entrepreneurs in Kumasi and Tamale under YES project
22 November 2022
FOSDA under its Youth Entrepreneurship Support (YES) pilot project has trained Sixteen (16) Youth Entrepreneurs...
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TALK WPS Is Back This Month With Another Thrilling Session.
18 November 2022
On the last session of Talk WPS,Dr. Charity Binka, an advocate of gender equality, called for more media...
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FOSDA Train 40 Youth In Social Policy Influencing
17 November 2022
The Foundation for Security and Development in Africa (FOSDA) has trained 40 youth  across the...
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Our Beneficiaries Say

What beneficiaries from Fosda projects and activities say on the impact of Fosda's work. 

 
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Our News

News articles from Fosda and beyond on issues affecting human security, peace, and gender.

 
Death of 8 school children is a Human Security failure not just Education
29 January 2023
FOSDA is saddened by the news of the death of eight school children in the Sene East District of the...
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FOSDA Hosts Volunteer Cooperation Programme (VCP) Coordinator For Africa
27 January 2023
The Global Affairs Canada (GAC) Team responsible for the oversight of the Volunteer Cooperation Programme...
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FOSDA is launching a campaign for the Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapon
20 January 2023
Do you know about the unacceptable Harm Nuclear Weapons can cause to humanity? Do you know that Nuclear...
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Don’t Hide Behind Social Media to Cause Insecurity, Fear and Panic: FOSDA
19 January 2023
The Foundation For Security and Development in Africa (FOSDA) congratulates the Ghana police for its...
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Upcoming Activites

Fosda upcoming events, projects, and activities, and other information related to what We do.

 
A one day graduation and closing ceremony
A one day graduation and closing ceremony
This event is slated for 14th March, 2023
Entrepreneurship Hybrid trainings
Entrepreneurship Hybrid trainings
This activity is scheduled from 14th November, is a hybrid training of entrepreneurs
Development of VCP of training guide and Monitoring Framework
Development of VCP of training guide and Monitoring Framework
The development of the training guide and monitoring framework for the YES projects is scheduled between...
September Edition of Talk WPS
September Edition of Talk WPS
Please note that the September Edition of Talk WPS has been postponed.The new date and time are Friday,...
Upcoming: Forum On TVET Financing
Upcoming: Forum On TVET Financing
Theme: Promoting sustainable TVET financing in Ghana for youth employment and national development Date:...
NATIONAL DIALOGUE ON THE PARTICIPATION AND INCLUSION OF YOUTH WITH DISABILITY ON DECISION MAKING AND GOVERNANCE
Stakeholder Consultation on Automation of IGFs Systems
Stakeholder Consultation on Automation of IGFs Systems
FOSDA's Stakeholder Consultation on Automation of IGF's systems, Revenue Improvement Action Plans (RIAPs)...
Launch Of Women, Peace & Security Project
Launch Of Women, Peace & Security Project
FOSDA will launch a projects on Women, Peace and Security on 12th October, 2021
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