Education:

Education is a powerful agent of change, and improves health and livelihoods, contributes to social stability and drives long-term economic growth. Education is also one of the best ways to help people in remote villages to come out of extreme poverty whilst installing a brighter future for them and their families. World Inspiring Network (W.I.N) is contributing towards the attainment of SDG4 by working to ensure children in very remote areas in Ghana gain access to quality and inclusive education by eliminating the road blocks they may face. By working in partnership and emphasising innovation, scale and sustainability, we want to enable every child to fulfil their right to education.

World Inspiring Network together with its partners provide education supplies including books, uniforms, school bags, shoes,  stationery and other vital school supplies to deprived children to enable them to stay in school and learn. We also sensitise communities so they understand the need of education as a tool for national development.

World Inspiring Network through its partners  identifies and expands opportunities to reach the most marginalised and hardest to reach children and families and help them access  and complete education. World Inspiring Network and its partners help out school children in rural parts of Ghana to overcome the obstacles they face in realising their right to education by addressing these barriers through proven and innovative, locally appropriate interventions.

Education is a fundamental human right and therefore every individual, irrespective of race, gender, nationality, ethnic or social origin, religion or political preference, age or disability, is entitled to a free elementary education.

Youth Empowerment:

57% of Ghanaian citizens are under the age of 25. It is crucial, therefore, that young people in Ghana be viewed not only as a target group for change, but also as initiators, empowered to make a difference in their communities and contribute to the fight to eradicate poverty. 

World Inspiring Network works with its partners to address the high rate of unemployment in Ghana by organising entrepreneurship training, seminars, conferences, leadership and capacity building workshops for the youth in Ghana.

Women Empowerment:

Gender inequality worldwide leads to discrimination, social injustice, sub-optimal economic progress due to a serious neglect of a large part of society’s human resources and to deficient democracies. Gender inequality manifests itself in all aspects of human life: economy, security, education, health, politics etc. The fewer women in a society participate in formal decision-making, the less likely it is that the decisions made are working in favour of more gender equality. The representation of women in formal decision-making positions is, therefore, an important factor to improve gender equality.

Gender parity in Ghana is considerably lacking. Targets set by the Ghanaian government are ambitious, with policies stating that women should make up 40% of all state and public boards, councils, commissions and committees.

Women are hugely significant in national development, hence increasing their participation in governance and leadership processes in Ghana would help the country to move to the next level. World Inspiring Network works to support the government of Ghana’s effort to ensure women are fully engaged in the decision making process and get equal treatment as men.

That is why we have come up with the “She Can” initiative. The “She Can” is a girl-centred initiative, designed to empower and uplift girls and women in rural communities in Ghana with the aim to bridge the gender gap. World Inspiring Network focuses on helping women learn, connect and grow in a supportive and nurturing environment.

Through the She Can initiative, we deliver entrepreneurship training, technical and vocational skills training, leadership, health, wellness, and career development workshops.

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