Hope For Future Generations (HFFG) envisions that through its interventions, members of its beneficiary communities will be adequately informed and empowered to enable them take critical decisions that will improve their quality of life.

HFFG believes in the need for advocacy in human rights especially for women, children and young people. We seek to bring about significant changes in the lives of people in less privileged areas.

Our Vision: As a gender based is to form partnerships that will facilitate and improve the health, education and socio-economic status of women, children and young people through empowerment, rights based approaches, innovative and acceptable participatory strategies.

Core Values: HFFG recognizes the following core values which reflect our character as an organization. Professionalism and Teamwork,Honesty, Accountability,Non-discriminatory,Dedication and Openness

The Organization’s Objectives:

A. To build the capacity of communities towards primary health care

B. To ensure gender mainstreaming and meaningful participation of women, children and young people at all levels of our work

C. To promote sexual reproductive health and rights

D. To ensure the promotion, protection, respect for and fulfilment of the rights of citizens

E. To promote formal education in under served communities and among girls

F. To promote and ensure child protection and child survival





Vision: To set up comprehensive health care centres in all regions of Ghana and West African sub-regions to provide quality health care and to reach out to identified target groups in collaboration with local and international partners.

Mission: To help battle the spread of HIV/AIDS and mitigate its effects on communities by providing care and support centres, and developing and implementing pragmatic intervention programs.

Objectives: The ultimate goal of WAAF is to establish and deliver prevention, behavioural, care and support services for the general population but with emphasis on the Most At Risk Populations (MARPS).

The organisation’s vision and mission guide daily and long-term operations, as detailed in the organizations strategic plan document. WAAF uses this plan to effectively set programmatic operational priorities and financial targets.

WAAF’s Core Values:

The following core values reflect WAAF as an organization

●    Human rights: We understand that each individual is entitled to fundamental rights regardless of their ethnicity, religion, language, location or health status

●    Transparency and accountability: We ensure to be open and accountable to our members and partners through proper procedures and structures

●    Respect for all: We ensure to treat all of our staff, patients, donors and partners with the respect and dignity they deserve

●    Team work: We value the collaboration of all entities in working towards a common goal





Socioserve-Ghana (SSG) was registered as a Limited by Guarantee Company on February 13, 2002 as a duly registered Not for Profit, Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in Ghana. Our head office is located on the 1st and 3rd Floors of the Ghana Commercial Bank Office Building in Akosombo. SSG exists to ensure that vulnerable and excluded people have access to quality education, good health, equal rights and a protected environment by creating empowering partnerships for sustainable development.

The organization’s main service delivery areas are:

Health: We focus on providing health education and services in areas such as Reproductive Health, HIV/Tuberculosis, Immunisation, Cervical Cancer and Malaria. For effective implementation, our work is implemented in close partnership with the Ghana Health Service represented by their District Health Administrations.

Governance & Human Rights: We focus on ensuring that the rights of citizens are respected, protected and fulfilled. Subsequently, we undertake advocacy activities based on the principles of Citizen Government Engagement and People Centered Advocacy.

Environmental Protection and Natural Resource Management Programs: Operating on the belief that environmental challenges can best be addressed if the local people affected by the problems are involved and there are direct benefits and ownership of the process, we endeavor to integrate poverty reduction as a critical entry point in environmental management and human development of environmental sustainability.

Education: Our work under this component aims at providing learning and teaching skills in basic school, non-formal education and sanitation and hygiene in communities especially in rural areas.



Society for Women and AIDS in Africa (SWAA)

SWAA Ghana is a branch of SWAA International, a Pan African Women’s organization with its headquarters in Dakar, Senegal. It is not-for-profit organization established in 1988. SWAA was established in 1990 and re-launched in Ghana 2000 to provide education and advocacy information on HIV&AIDS, gender and health issues and service, reproductive health, human rights, income generating activities and prevention of sexual transmission infections within the youth, children, women and Kayayee in Ghana.

SWAA Ghana membership is made up of NGOs, CBOs and FBOs and individuals, whose focus is on HIV, gender other SRH interventions and are committed to women empowerment and child rights issues in Africa. SWAA Ghana has 49 registered organizations and over 300 individual memberships across the country from divert professional backgrounds such as health, academia, business, law who support the National secretariat to implement projects in the country. SWAA Ghana also works with grassroots women groups, hair dressers, farmers and seamstresses across the country.

The organization has predominately worked to advocate for policy for vulnerable groups including HIV related orphans. This work led to the involvement of the office of the First Lady, Parliamentarians, District Assemblies, DOVVSU, Women Lawyers, Chiefs and other opinion leaders in seminars and workshops to support SWAA’s Orphans and Vulnerable Children activities. SWAA Ghana also plays a leading role in the promotion of female sexual and reproductive health rights and services in Ghana. SWAA has engaged policy makers, wives of key sector ministers, donors like GAC, UNFPA, UNAIDS, the Gender Ministry and the Media on the integration of HIV and AIDS into Sexual Reproductive Health.

SWAA works with the overall goal to have a world free of HIV and AIDS where African women are empowered to enjoy equal rights, access to health care, education, economic and socio-cultural opportunities with their children and families.

Way Forward: SWAA Ghana will continue, its work in Advocacy, Health, Human Rights, Education and Literacy Skills Development in target communities and population in Ghana bases on funding.




Clikgold Association is a registered non-governmental (N.G.O) and a non-profit organization established in the year 2007. Clikgold aims at mobilizing communities for health and development, building communities’ capacity through education and information dissemination to promote adoption of healthy behaviors for improved wellbeing of all.

Clikgold Association over the past 10 years has relied on the expertise, skills, experience and dedication of seasoned health communication and development experts in delivering health key initiatives and imperatives to deprived communities.

Relying on the efficient capacity of its staff and partners, we have over the past years shown strong influence through advocacy in the area of empowering communities to demand accountabilities from key public office holders across the country. We use a trusted, evidence-based approach and cost efficient strategies to close the many gaps that existing between Public office holders and the citizens both at constituency and local government levels.

Our Mission: To contribute meaningfully at every level of our health development agenda; in planning and rolling out comprehensive health systems strengthening initiatives to ensure affordable, equitable and accessible quality health for all.

Our Strategies: Advocacy, Communication and Social mobilization; Research; Participatory approaches in training and capacity building.

Our Core Values: Honesty, Fairness, Transparency, Respect for Human Rights and Social Protection for the Vulnerable.