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Women, Peace & Security
 

FOSDA's commitment to Women Peace and Security seeks to create a West Africa that is more responsive to its women's human security needs by creating more equal and equitable opportunities

Women, Peace & Security

The Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) project is a priority area born of the foundation's intersecting interest in human security, governance, and gender equality. FOSDA's commitment to Women Peace and Security seeks to create a West Africa that is more responsive to its women's human security needs by creating more equal and equitable opportunities as well as safe spaces for them to secure their rights, freedoms, and livelihoods. The targets for this Priority Area are based on frameworks such as UN Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325, the Ghana National Action Plan (GHANAP) 2, and the African Union (AU) continental results framework. Our Solutions focus on:

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Women, Peace & Security Projects & Activities
 

Women's Economic and political empowerment is critical for poverty reduction, considering the multi-dimensional angles of poverty.

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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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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Gender Advocate Encourages More Media Engagement On Women, Peace And Security Agenda On Talk WPS
28 September 2022
A renowned Ghanaian Gender Equality advocate and expert, Dr. Charity Binka, has called on stakeholders...
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TALK WPS Panelists Call For Gender-Equality Stakeholders To Focus On Strong Collaborations And Support Systems
24 August 2022
Some young activists have advised on the way forward for women’s empowerment and gender equality. These...
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A Gender Awakening Is Sweeping Over Male Dominated Security Services In Ghana
19 July 2022
Three Security Sector services in Ghana have revealed major strides they are making in mainstreaming...
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TWPS June Edition: Gender Equity And Affirmative Action In The Security Sector
27 June 2022
On Wednesday 29th June 2022 at 12 noon,join representatives from the Armed forces, Police, Immigration,...
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Live Dialogue: Small Arms Proliferation In Ghana
09 June 2022
Target 16.1 of SDG 16 seeks to Significantly reduce all forms ofviolence and related death rates everywhere. IS...
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Thank You For Joining Us On This Edition Of WPS
27 May 2022
Women have many roles that differ when it comes to countering Violent extremism and terrorism. In the...
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