Monthly Archives: February 2018

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Challenges of Education and Health Delivery in Ghana

By | February 24th, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Dr Frederick Amonoo - Ghana Country Focal Point Please introduce yourself? I am Dr. Frederick Amonoo, NAYD’s Ghana CFP. I will be talking to you on the 'Challenges of Education and Health Delivery in Ghana' What would you say is the biggest challenge facing education in Ghana? The biggest problem is the nature [...]

Rural Communities Fueling Development in Africa – Skills, Capacities and Existing Gaps

By | February 20th, 2018|INSPIRE|

NAYD's Research Desk talks to Rural Communities around Africa to find out the skills and capacities the people in these communities possess as well as the gaps that exist that may effect their ability to improve their communities. It can be read here

February 2018: Organization of the Month

By | February 4th, 2018|NGO OF THE MONTH|

Children and Youth Development Organization (CYODO) Tanzania Introduction The Children and Youth Development Organization was established in 2007 and register in 2008 at Bagamoyo, Tanzania by Godlove Miho. CYODO was established to support young people to access proper services and grow up in a community that nurtures them. CYODO envisions a community that cares for [...]

Advocating for Equal Rights in Botswana

By | February 2nd, 2018|INSPIRE|

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmIwoaygn1w Phatsimo Patience Rampa is a NAYD Focal point for Botswana in 2018. She works in the disability field as Project Officer at Autism Botswana. Her role in 2018 is to promote inclusive education in Botswana and advocate for equal access to resources. She also promotes awareness of autism in Botswana.