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3 Responses to “Policies”

  1. Mr William Boakye May 28, 2011 at 12:12 am #

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    The roles and importance of NGOs in promoting social change and development have grown more

    complex in recent years as the diversity of organisational types and contexts has become

    apparent. Contexts which are changing rapidly. Fightaids Ghana is an NGO which was

    officially registered as a charity in 2009, our mission is to intervene and fight the

    growing trend of HIV/AIDS by specifically targeting children and their families in poverty

    stricken homes .

    We aim to support the poor by educating them and working towards eradication of poverty at

    grass root level through community outreach projects. Some of our up and coming projects includes funding needy students, and organising

    educational movies on HIV/ AIDS. Our organisation strives for excellent quality work, and

    programs for the needy people in the Ghanaian community. The idea of working together in

    partnership to resolve commonly held concerns is very beneficial for both parties. We feel

    that it is of great importance for NGOs to network together, in order to provide sustainable

    development for the people of Ghana. I therefore extend our hand to you to build a bridge,

    which we can build upon and perhaps collaborate in the near future.


    William Boakye
    Fightaids Ghana

    Website: http://www.fightaidsghana.org

    • Iduka May 28, 2011 at 12:23 am #

      Thank you for your comment and interest in collaborating with Iduka. I encourage you to fill out the Field Partner application form as thoroughly as possible by visiting this page.

  2. ali hessey johnson June 14, 2011 at 6:49 am #

    Education is the key to success and anyone who tries to educate a person brings happiness to that person, and i am ready give and receive education from any way i can.

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