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Publications

  1. ActionAid Ghana hosted the West African Food Security Network regional advocacy workshop on Climate Resilience Sustainable Agriculture from the 30th of November to the 2nd of December, 2016. Please...
  2. A thorough report of activities during ActionAid Ghana's three day hosting of the West African Food Security Network regional advocacy workshop on Climate Resilience Sustainable Agriculture from...
  3. Tax and women’s rights are entwined. How tax is spent and raised matters more for women than men. And there is lots of potential for tax to bring about positive change in women’s lives – at the...
  4. Resilience building offers a response to the increasingly complex realities faced by communities. Taking a holistic view, resilience building not only views disaster, conflict and climate change as...
  5. Governments urgently need to improve their policy readiness if they want to have any chance of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on inequalities. Governments in developing countries...
  6. ActionAid's partner, Denis Kalekeni, General Secretary of the Teachers Union of Malawi (TUM) provides a personal account of the 2016 World Social Forum held in Canada.
  7.  Governance & Accountability Coordinator of ActionAid Tanzania, provides a first-hand insight of the 2016 World Economic Forum held in Canada
  8. Regional and Thematic Manager for Education & Youth of ActionAid Malawi, Julie Juma, provides insight on the 2016 World Economic Forum held in Canada 
  9. Country Director of ActionAid Mozambique, Amade Sucá, offers a first hand insight of the 2016 World Economic Forum held in Canada. 
  10. The Women’s Rights to Sustainable Livelihoods (WRSL) project I also known as the Funding Leadership Opportunities for Women I (FLOW I) project is implemented by ActionAid and its partners with...
  11. ActionAid Ghana’s 2015 Annual Report comes under the theme, “Increasing Possibilities, Claiming Rights”, the first inspiration from our Country Strategy Paper V (CSP V) launched in June last year.It...
  12. ActionAid Ghana’s 2015 Newsletter titled; "Spotlight" is a comprehensive compilation of major events and stories from beneficiaries who have been empowered by our work in the various...
  13. With the current global average temperature now at around 1°C above pre-industrial levels, poor people in developing countries are already suffering devastation from climate change impacts.It is...
  14. Over the past two decades the world has experienced rapid urbanisation. Currently 50% of the world’s human population is concentrated in urban areas, and this number is steadily growing, with the...
  15. This report examines corporate tax incentives and their impact in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), with a focus on four countries: Nigeria, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire and...
  16. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYActionAid Ghana this year introduced its fifth strategy paper titled; ’Increasing Possibilities, Claiming Rights’’ (2015-2019). The Country Strategy Paper V (CSP V) is a response to...
  17. The year 2014 has seen numerous changes at ActionAid Ghana and the country as a whole.Ghana’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) slowed down from an estimated 7.3% in 2013 to 4.2% in 2014 due to the gas...
  18.   2015 is a packed year for AAG. The AP is gearing up for a year of action and results.The following have been planned for the first quarter of the year:•  AAG at 25: An Anniversary...
  19. Witchcraft accusations and other human rights violations occur daily in many communities in Ghana. Usually victims of these allegations are given harsh and inhumane treatment, which include physical...
  20. ActionAid Ghana has been adjudged the Not-for-Profit Organisation of the Year by the Chartered Institute of Marketing, Ghana. The prestigious award was in recognition of our "excellence in...