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Annual report 2017

Our annual report 2017 is ready and available for all. We are extremely proud where we have gotten to 1 year after the launch of our project in Awutu-Senya West.  We want to thank everybody involved for making it a succes and we look forward...

Rest in peace Gloria Asharley

Today marks a very sad day. We say goodbye to our youngest back to school girls. Gloria Asharley from Aberful, 16 years old, collapsed on her way to church and never regained consciousness. May she rest in peace, she will be dearly missed. We wish...

Origin8 partners with GGG for girl child education promotion

Go Girl Ghana (GGG) and Origin8 have initiated discussions aimed at a partnership to help promote girl child education and sustainable social change within the Awutu Senya District in the Central region. GGG, a registered NGO both in the Netherlands and Ghana, seeks to empower in...

Kerk in Actie supports GGG!

We are very pleased to announce that as of today, Kerk in Actie, a grant giver in the Netherlands, support us in our work to advocate social change to get girls in the Awutu-Senya West district back in school. We want to thank Kerk in...

International day of the girl!

Today we celebrate the international day of the girl. If we let their voice be heard today, they will be the voice that can change the world tomorrow!...

Back to school!

This week is a very big week for us. Go Girl Ghana is helping with pushing 50 of our girls back to school. 40 girls back to primary education, 10 girls back to senior high school. Most of the girls have dropped out due to...

SHS entrance exams

After 3 days of intensive learning with one of our volunteer teachers, our 10 girls are ready to do their entrance exams to Winton SHS in Awutu-Bereku. They did their exams in English, Math and Science. People think Math is difficult for girls but we...

Introducing two very special ladies!

We are very proud to introduce to you Ernestina Nana Apena (L) and Elishabah Quansah (R). Ernestina, 14 years old, has been appointed as our youngest member of the Board of Trustees. She aspires to be a journalist and as such she will be the...

GGG becomes part of advisory board of the Girls Education Network

As of June 2017, Go Girl Ghana has become part of advisory board of the Girls Education Network in the Central Region of Ghana. This is a collaboration between the Ghana Education Services (Ministry of Education), Ghana Health services, the Ministry of Gender and several...