Abibimman Foundation (AF)P. O. Box BT 1 Tema, Flat NO; 1/A 74 Site 3 (OPP T.DC), Community 1
|Phone No.:||+233244023651, +233506766466|
|Contact person:||Kenneth Nana Amoateng|
- Volunteers are welcome.
- Educational policy/project
- Peace politics
- Social policy/disabled persons
The Abibimman Foundation a Non-Profit Oriented, Non-Partisan, Non-Governmental Organisation, established in 2000 in Tema, Ghana, and dedicated to the promotion of sustainable livelihoods, ameliorate conflict situations and a culture of peace and to promote cultural, formal and non-formal education as well as technical and vocational skill development to enhance employment and job opportunities for a better standard of human.
• Ensure environmental sustainability
• Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other diseases
• Improve maternal health
• Promote gender equality and empower women
• Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
• Develop global partnership for development
• Reduce child mortality
• Achieve universal primary education
• The Foundation focus its efforts mainly on women, children and young people by promoting the needed awareness, and help address their development challenges while utilizing them as positive agents in the promotion of sustainable livelihoods, peace and development through facilitated collaboration among various partners in their communities.
• The Foundation develop concepts and implement programmes based on a "combined approached matrix" and methodologies that enable its audience to identify problems, set priority, and address needs assessments which act as catalyst for actions with appropriate decision and policy-makers with burden-alleviation and cost-effectiveness analysis.
• Seen as crucial to the promotion of sustainable livelihoods, peace and development and help break the vicious circle of unemployment, poverty and underdevelopment, the Foundation has implemented major child and youth development oriented events (excluding schools / clubs / institutions visitation, media presentation, workshop, seminar and conference attendances).
• Support the Children Programme (SCP)
• Youth In Development Programme (YiDP)
• Green-Life Clubs
• Women Advancement Programme (WAP)
Kenneth Nana Amoateng is the Chief Functionary of the Abibimman Foundation.
For other net participants we can offer expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, deliver a lecture, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.