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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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The Social Protection Directorate under the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP), today, has organised a training workshop in Cape Coast for Western and Central Regional and District Social Welfare Officers (R/DSWOs) on the Ministry's 'Help Line of Hope Call Centre'.

The workshop, which is the third of it series (after Sunyani & Tamale) aimed at;
- Creating awareness of the Help line of Hope call centre and that of the Unified Case Management System,
- Equip Social Welfare Officers with objectives of the call centre to support and ensure effective implementation of the goals of the call centre,
- and Solicit participants' inputs for the formulation of the Call Centre Policy.

The Helpline of Hope Call Centre at the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection is an integral part Single Window Case Management System which has been extended to all citizens of the country who experience other social issues such as Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence, Rape Cases, Child Labour, Child and Early Marriage, Mental and Psychological Issues, Special Financial Assistance, Employment and seeking for ways to resolution. The mechanism, therefore, enables the Ministry to identify concerning issues that are emerging, and helps to facilitate a remedial action for complainants.

The Helpline of Hope Call Centre offers two Toll Free Lines: 0800 800 800 and 0800 900 900 for people to report social issues such as Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence, Rape Cases, Child Labour, Child and Early Marriage, Mental and Psychological Issues, etc.
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Congratulations to our Honourable Minister, Otiko Afisah Djaba, for winning the Special Award at the just ended 'Public Sector Conference and Awards' held in Kigali, Rwanda.

Hon. Otiko Djaba was awarded for her remarkable and consistent contribution to the promotion of Gender Equality in Ghana and Africa at large.
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1 week ago

A meeting was held between the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection and the National Accreditation Board (NAB) to discuss the possible accreditation of the School of Social Work.

The main agenda of the meeting was to outline the essential steps to have the School of Social Work affiliated with the University of Ghana and recognised by the NAB.
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GENDER MINISTER CONDEMNS THE BEATING OF THE GIRL IN TAMALE FOR COMING HOME LATE. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Statement by Hon. Otiko Afisah Djaba - Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection - following comments made by Actress Moesha Boduong. ... See MoreSee Less

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