The Alliance for African Women Initiative (AFAWI) is a grassroots NGO in Ghana that aims to empower women and other vulnerable groups in society through diverse and strategic programs.
Maintaining an undercurrent of gender, human rights and capacity building across all projects, AFAWI is involved in a range of areas from micro-finance and HIV/AIDS to menstrual management and children's education. AFAWI also runs a clothing cooperative to help empower vulnerable women in the community through sewing education and market access.
AFAWI is a grassroots NGO working in Ghana. We lead projects to empower women, people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV), and other marginalised groups in the community. We also work in collaboration with a number of high-profile Ghanaian and international development organisations (link to partners page on website) on sustainable development initiatives.
AFAWI is committed to building the capacities of marginalised people in Ghana. Our programs focus on education, health, and advocacy in order to build sustainable development outcomes. We train members of the community to take control of their own development, and to pass on their skills and expertise to their peers.
Our headquarters is based in Greater Accra, and we manage a number of projects in this region, as well as Northern Region, Upper East Region, Brong-Ahafo Region, and Eastern Region.
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