Our Partners


Program Partner

Norsaac is a human rights organization aiming for societal transformation for women, youth
and children. It envisions a society where everyone enjoys rights and lives a life of dignity. This is achieved by strengthening the agencies of women, youth and children to claim their rights across five areas: education, healthcare, economic opportunities, peace and security, and social protection. Norsaac uses integrated, gender-transformative strategies in promoting equal opportunities. It focuses on evidence generation and advocacy to influence government programming and policies. For example, its engagement on sexual education influenced national guidelines, while its Model Gendered Household approach is now implemented by Ghana’s Ministry of Gender. Norsaac’s research also led to the establishment of Social Protection Committees across Northern Ghana. Its learning agenda fosters knowledge sharing, strengthening collective action of civil society organizations in Ghana and globally.

Savana Signatures

Program Partner

Savana Signatures, lead partner to the Hopes Education project, a sex trafficking education & awareness program for Ghana Savana Signatures is a Ghanaian For-Impact NGO and leader in the innovative use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to design and deliver inclusive, scalable Social and Behaviour Change (SBC) and Community Development interventions. We have a mission to initiate positive change among girls, women, youth, and the vulnerable population of Ghana by using innovative solutions to facilitate their reproductive health and rights, quality education, and skills development.

With our partners, Savana Signatures will act as an advisor in the development of program content, drawing on their extensive first-hand project experience and local knowledge. Based in Tamale, Northern Region, Savana Signatures will be the delivery partner for the implementation of the Hope Education Project program on the ground. They will be responsible for implementing the pilot project in Walewale, Mamprusi West District, North East Region of Ghana and subsequently for the roll-out of the broader project within Ghana.

Act for Change 

Program Partner

Act for Change partner to the Hopes Education project, a sex trafficking education & awareness program for Ghana

Act for Change is a youth-led NGO registered in 2011 based in James Town, Accra, an historic centre of the colonial slave trade and both source and destination for human trafficking in Ghana. They use forum/interactive and popular theatre as well as other participatory methods to advocate social issues that affect communities. Act for Change has been working mainly in Accra but also in the Eastern, Western, Central, and Northern regions targeting mainly young people, women and children.

The vision of Act For Change is to implement sustainable programmes where young people are able to access information and opportunities to make informed decisions about their health and well-being. Its mission is to effect behaviour change and improve the quality of life using forum theatre and various tools to effect social change.

The objective of Act For Change is to empower young people through human rights training using informal education and training methodologies to develop their self-esteem and acquire vocational and life skills to help them make informed choices on issues that affect them and the community. They use interactive theatre to bring about behaviour change, thereby reducing anti-social and criminal behaviour, domestic violence and sexual abuse. Their programs also seek to promote the sexual and reproductive health rights of all marginalised and disadvantaged people within the community.

Act For Change will act as an advisor in the development of program content drawing on their extensive experience with victims and survivors of human trafficking. Act For Change will implement the theatre element of the Hope Education Project program for the pilot project and the subsequent roll-out within Ghana.

Supporting Partners


Legal Partner in Ghana

ENSafrica Accra Ghana_Hope Education Project Ghana With over 600 specialist practitioners, ENSafrica is Africa’s largest law firm and has the capacity to deliver on your business requirements across all major industries and the African continent. We are able to leverage our resources to deliver legal solutions that suit your pricing preferences and timeframes.

Over many years, ENSafrica has developed a large knowledge base of resources and a deep understanding of local nuances and ways of doing business. We have practical experience working on the ground and direct access to high-end, professional contacts across the continent, assuring you of consistent quality and world-class service.

ENSafrica is recognised by top ranking agencies such as Chambers Global Guide, Legal 500 EMEA Guide, IFLR1000 Financial and Corporate Guide and International Tax Review’s World Tax Guide, as well as by the African Legal Awards, for achieving consistently high standards when working on the continent.

Monkey Business Images

UK Video Partner

Monkey Business is a leading producer of quality royalty-free imagery and footage. Based in the UK but with projects across the globe, our in-house team shoots all aspects of life. With a focus on the genuine and authentic, our portfolio of creative and engaging visuals provides media producers around the world with original and trend-driven content.

The Bawa Creative

Web Designer

The Bawa Creative was founded by Aashna Bawa, a branding and web designer based in Orlando, FL.