TheFutureIsshe project was launched to develop the capacity of peer educators in various schools and community on Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR), Counseling, and Advocacy in the region to enable them to live a healthy and self-determined sexual and reproductive health life, to prevent unwanted pregnancies or infection with HIV & AIDS or other STIs, and to make them to effectively engage their peers and support them in seeking redress and psychosocial support services if they are sexually violated. It is also to improve their sexual and reproductive health rights and empower them with knowledge, information and encourage self-discovered learning and behavior change

TheFutureIsshe Is a project also aimed to promote the right and quality education of the girl child. We believed a good-quality education is every girl’s right. Keeping girls in school is key to enabling them to realize their potential, including their future economic opportunities, and supporting girls’ confidence and influence in public decision-making. The quality of education and learning is also very essential in preventing teenage pregnancy, unsafe abortion, child marriage, and HIV/AIDS among girls.

TheFutureIsshe” project adopted capacity training, School-Based Model and Community Based- model approach towards the development of life, leadership and communication skills, increasing  personal and economic power of adolescent girls and young women, promote positive transformation in community gender norms, attitudes, behaviors, and also increase female participation and inclusion in formal and informal education and retention, life-skills training, and resilience-building, while advocating for, and  supporting, their access to these programs/resources.



On the Girls-T Project, the girl child in selected communities in the Ghana will be trained and equipped with technology skills. We believe that more girls who are exposed to technology at a very young age will lead to more girls and young women leveraging on technology to advance more platforms for other girls and continue leading the charge in the 21st century and beyond. This provide the opportunity for young girls to promote gender equality and also advocate, connect, and increase awareness of key issues affecting the girls child such as the early child marriage, period stigma, higher educational advancement for women stigma etc


Reaching girls during adolescence is critical—decisions made and behaviors established during this period affect their mindset and approach to life later on in life. During this formative period of their lives, it is important to provide adolescent girls with the tools they need to become economically empowered young women. The project will provide deprive adolescent girls and young women in career skills development such as dressmaking, in batik, tie & dye, liquid soup making, bead making, painting etc. to economically empower them.