Champoins of Change : UNFPA'S 50 years of ensuring rights and choices for all


2019 commemoration of the International Day of Midwife in Ghana. It was held under the global theme: Midwives: Defenders of Women’s Right and held in Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region.


Obstetric fistula is one of the most serious and tragic childbirth injuries. It is a medical condition that can be corrected through surgery.



This video summarizes the outreach undertaken by the UNFPA Youth Leaders (YoLe) fellows to the Extra 'O' School in Chorkor on the occasion of International Women's Day 2019. It was aimed at influencing behaviour change amongst young people towards changing negative gender stereotypes


Together with the Rebecca Foundation, UNFPA Ghana out-doored the mentors to help selected adolescent girls in communities in Accra to be empowered in the pursuit of their life aspirations.


The Handing over ceremony the remodelled Ussher Polyclinic to Government and the people of James town.The Fund believes that good health and well-being is the cornerstone for development globally. 


The Perception of a cross section of the media in Ghana on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE)


UNFPA Ghana advocates for increased access to health particularly reproductive health and family planning to persons with disability . Leave no one behind as we strive to achieve the SDGs.


Coalition of People Against SGBV and Harmful Practices (CoPASH) is an initiative supported by UNFPA Ghana with H.E Samira Bawumia, wife of the Vice President of the Republic of Ghana as the convener. The initiative is expected to bring to the limelight the increasing incidence of SGBV/HPs and highlight the negative effects and consequences of the phenomenon on the economy and national development and indicate government’s commitment at the highest level to prevent and respond in a holistic manner.


COPASH (Coalition of People Against SGBV and Harmful Practices) advocacy effort to help mobilize support for the DOVVSU One-Stop Shop to facilitate the provision of coordinated response to SGBV/HPs