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MEASURING GENDER ATTITUDES AMONG MALE ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG MEN IN ACCRA, GHANA RESEARCH REPORT – by Anastasia Karklina
FLOW project monitoring community mobilisation activities around Ada Foah, Ada East, Kasseh and Big Ada May 2015
13th May 2015 Gender Centre’s National Forum – Stakeholder Dialogue on District Assemblies being responsive to the needs of women – all the photographs!
9th May EU Day Gender Centre celebrates with refresher training Peer Educators on the EU funded project combating early/forced marriages
Emelia Adjepong
Spyghana.com reports on FLOW project activities – Gender Centre Equips Young Women With Leadership Skills
STAR Ghana project – Increasing Women’s Participation in Governance at the Local Level
Reducing Women’s Susceptibility to HIV and AIDS
EU funded project in the news – “Reducing the Prevalence of Early/Forced marriage in Adolescent girls in Nkoranza North and Kintampo”
Gender Centre is there at the Commission on the Status of Women CSW 59 – 9th to the 20th March 2015

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