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Gender Ministry picks up 34 Street Children

In response to a story on GBC 24, the Ministry of Gender, Children and social protection deployed the police to relocate over thirty children to a foster home at Madina near Accra.

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Yesterday, the National Early Child & Development Coordinating Committee had their maiden meeting with Hon. Cynthia Mamle Morrison, the Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection.
The meeting was to formally introduce the committee to the Hon. Minister and brief her of their activities & responsibilities.

Present at the Meeting also was the Deputy Minister for MoGCSP, Hon. Freda Akosua Prempeh and Dr. Afisah Zakariah, Chief Director for MoGCSP.

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Ghana participated at the First Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative (We-Fi) West Africa Regional Summit that took place on Wednesday 17th April, 2019, in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.

The objective of the Summit was to galvanize high-level support for public policy reforms and private sector actions to promote women’s entrepreneurship in the region.

The Summit was organized by We-Fi in collaboration with the World Bank Group, the African Development Bank, and the Islamic Development Bank, the Summit brought together heads of state, leaders of multilateral development banks, key We-Fi government representatives, private sector executives, and women entrepreneurs to discuss concrete ways to expand opportunities for women-led small and medium-sized enterprises in West Africa.

The event concluded with a joint Call to Action urging wide-ranging public policy reforms and private sector actions to help women entrepreneurs overcome persistent barriers, both financial and non-financial. These included the urgent need to remove labor and mobility restrictions for women and to ensure their equal rights to the property.

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On Tuesday 16th April 2019, the Ministry of Gender, Children & Social Protection participated at the 'National Dialogue on Sexual Violence Against Girls and Boys' organised by Plan International Ghana & Youth Advocates Ghana.

The dialogue sought to galvinise stakeholders efforts to support the action where young girls and boys make sound decision that will positively affect their lives.
Also, the dialogue offered the opportunity for stakeholders to exploit networking and form strong partnership to address collaboratively the issues of sexual violence that affect girls & boys.

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