"Local Fm Civil Society Organization Promoting Revenue Management and its Utilization for Development in the Dormaa Central Municipality

GLOMEF in collaboration with GIFTS FM, a local radio station implemented STAR Ghana project entitled “Local Fm Civil Society Organization Promoting Revenue Management and its Utilization for Development in the Dormaa Central Municipality”. The fourteen months project started in October 2013 and ended in December 2014 was funded by STAR Ghana with support from USAID, EU DANIDA and UKaid at the cost at of $50,000. The project, which was implemented in collaboration with Gift Fm, was aimed at enhancing transparency and responsiveness in the management and utilization of internally generated funds and the District Assembly Assemblies Common Fund for development.

Youth Entrepreneurship & Self-employment Project (YESP)

The YESP focuses on solutions to address the unique obstacles that prevent young entrepreneurs from accessing the entrepreneurial world. The lack of enabling policy and ecosystems, the limited access to capital, and the insufficient tools to enhance skills development and knowledge transfer are the main challenges to be addressed.
The Project main goal is to promote actions needed to effectively enable young entrepreneurs to succeed and improve the sustainability and quality of self-employment opportunities for youth to help reduce irregular migration in Ghana.

In particular, the YESP focuses on:
• Dedicated strategies for the promotion of youth entrepreneurship and self-employment to create an enabling regulatory environment;
• The role of networks, peer-to-peer support, access to information and access to technology in facilitating success for youth-led enterprises;
• Access to finance and its crucial role in boosting viable and sustainable business and jobs; and
• The opportunities available from support systems tailored to the business cycle.

Increasing Young People Participation in the Review of the Adolescent Reproductive Health policy-Ghana

This project was funded by “Amplify Change” at the cost 10,000 euros.

The 12 months project which was ended on 2nd March 2018, aimed at increasing young people’s meaningful participation in and contribution to the revision of the Ghana Adolescent Reproductive Health Policy.

The project benefited 150 young people knowledge on reproductive health issues.

Voice of Change Project

This project was one year EUR10, 000 funded by AmplifyChange which was implemented in the Gomoa Central District in the Central region benefited over 1500 adolescents and women

Advocating for Young People’s Access to Safe Abortion and Contraceptive Services in the Brong-Ahafo region of Ghana (health -safe abortion)

This was a three-year (1st April 2014 to 31st March 2017) project funded by Safe Abortion Action Fund (SAAF – UK) at the cost $176 000.00. The project was aimed at promoting young people access to safe abortion and contraceptive services and was implemented in eight districts and municipalities in the then Brong-Ahafo region of Ghana. The primary beneficiaries of the project were 15000 in and out-of-school youth.

Ghana Health Sector Accountability Strengthening Project

The Ghana Health Sector Accountability Strengthening Project (GHSAP) is a three year project being implemented by GLOMEF Ghana Consortium at the cost of $50,000. The main goal of the project is to enhance and strengthen transparency and accountability in the health sector in order to improve patient safety, client satisfaction and participation of patients and the community in quality governance structure at all levels thereby reducing maternal and child mortality in four beneficiary districts in Ghana by 2023.

Advocating for Mainstreaming of Mental Services in Communities in the Brong Ahafo

The three-year project which was funded by STAR Ghana with support of EU, Danida, USAID and UKaid at the cost of $150, 000 was implemented in 22 districts in the then Brong-Ahafo region of Ghana. Through the project Eight thousand (8,000) People with mental health illness and epilepsy got access to free treatment, Psychiatric counselling, and care services in 20 districts based hospitals facilities in the Brong-Ahafo Region.