Mr Chema of INTERVIDA Spain yesterday rounded up his visit to partner NGOs in Ghana with a workshop which throws more light on the path INTERVIDA will be taking to work with both old and new partners in Ghana
The opening day of the workshop that took off on the 21st was marked with excitement and joy as teachers from our target school came in to learn more teaching skills to improve on their performance as teachers.
The rapid spread of HIV infection among women is alarming. Roughly 47% of the 15,000 new infections each day are in women of childbearing age. Women are biologically more vulnerable to HIV infection and other STIs.
Pan African Organisation for Research and Protection of Violence on Women and Children (PAORP-VWC) is a Non-Governmental Human Rights and Development Organisation created on the 05/02/2008 and registered in Ghana on 12th September 2008 under the Registrar General's Department as a Charity no G-25,584 and the Department of Social Welfare Ghana under registration number DSW/4437.
The organisation is also registered in Cameroon with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development under registration number NW/GP/040/10/13150 in compliance with law no 92/006 of 14th August 1992 and its decree of application no 92/455/PM of 23rd November 1992.
Though being a charity, we believe in integrated and participatory approaches in promoting meaningful Change that will provide a safer environment for women and children rather than just being charitable to them by providing their basic daily needs of food, Shelter and clothing.
PAORP-VWC is an Non-Sectarian, Non-Political and Non-Profit-making Organisation out to lobby with policy makers and opinion leaders on behalf of women and children who are the most vulnerable in the society and whose voices are never been taken into consideration when major decisions are to be taken.
PAORP-VWC is the voice of the voiceless pushing its way across African countries. It founding members are 7 experts' humanitarian professionals drawn from Ghana and Cameroon presently working and living in Ghana.
With many years of staff experiences in the field of complex humanitarian emergency across Africa, PAORP-VWC is created to intervene where other organisations may not dare because of the complexity of the crisis.
We work using gender sensitive participatory approaches to obtain sustainable solutions to our core values.