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UNFPA Ghana Annual Report 2021

2021 Annual Report

Annual Report

This report provides a summary of engagements by the UNFPA Ghana Country Office in 2021, covering all areas of the UNFPA mandate as encapsulated in the three (3) zeroes which aims at reaching:

  • Zero Preventable Maternal Deaths
  • Zero Unmet Need for Family Planning
  • Zero Sexual & Gender-Based Violence and Harmful Practices

 

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Report on the Mission of the AU Youth Envoy to Ghana

Report on the Mission of the AU Youth Envoy to Ghana

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This infographic report provides information on the visit of the African Union (AU) Chaiperson's Youth Envoy, Ms. Chido Mpemba to Ghana as part of the 60-Day Listening Tour Campaign to nine (9) African countries.

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Independent Monitoring of Ghana's 2021 Population and Housing Census

Independent Monitoring of Ghana's 2021 Population and Housing Census

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Ghana conducted its sixth post-independence population census between 27th June and 18th July 2021. The census enumeration was originally planned to end on 11th July 2021. However, several challenges experienced during the enumeration in some urban and peri-urban areas, necessitated an extension of the exercise until 18th July 2021. To ensure independent assessment of the census, an independent monitoring team consisting census experts from National Statistical Offices in Africa, UNFPA staff from the Ghana Country Office, UNFPA COs in Africa, the HQ and staff from UNECA was assembled to monitor the 2021 PHC of Ghana.

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UNFPA Ghana Annual Report 2020

Surviving The Storm

Annual Report

The 2020 Annual Report of the UNFPA Ghana Country Offices divulges information on how innovation made a big difference in programming amid the global pandemic. Without a doubt, the results achieved were unprecented and which we realize by hindsight as being a direct result of the willingness to adapt and where necessary, disrupt the old order and contions with fresh thinking and bold, new ideas.

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COVID-19 Heroes: Year of Resilience

COVID-19 Heroes: Year of Resilience

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This report summarizes activities, projects and programmes the 2nd Cohort of UNFPA Ghana's Youth Leaders undertook from 2019-2021. It particularly highlights the crucial collaboration role they played and support they provided to the Country Office towards achieving results despite the obvious challneges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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YoLe Report

Annual Programme Report, YoLe Fellowship Program (2018-2019)

Annual Report

The world today is witnessing the largest number of young people alive at a particular time.

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COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID Chronicles, UNFPA's COVID-19 Response in Ghana

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To help protect the most vulnerable women and girls during the COVID-19 pandemic, we at UNFPA Ghana had to dream, plan and innovate.

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Towards a Decade of Actions and Achievements, UNFPA Ghana 2019 Annual Report

Annual Report

UNFPA Ghana declared 2019 a year of preparation for a Decade of Action and Achievement (2020–2030). It was a significant year for all of us at UNFPA as we celebrated 50 years as an organization and 25 years of the ICPD Programme of Action, the blueprint that guides our work

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The Maiden CACPD Youth4Youth Forum Outcome Document

Declarations and Statement

This Outcome Document is the primary resolution adopted by more than 200 young people from across China and Africa at the maiden Youth4Youth Forum, where they agreed to collectively advocate for the empowerment of young people; including women and girls to ensure they have quality education, access to quality healthcare, zero discrimination on the basis of gender and access to entrepreneurship and meaningful employment opportunities.

 

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Photobook on the plight of Kayayei in Ghana

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Across all major markets in Ghana, you will spot Kayayei or female head porters. These groups of adolescent girls or young women, ranging from age 12 to 35, carry goods and wares on their head in large aluminum pans. Most Kayayei migrate down, predominantly from the Northern and Upper West Regions, to Southern Ghana in attempt to escape poverty and other harmful practices such as child and forced marriages and female genital mutilation by working in this informal sector.

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