HFFG was established in 2001 as a national, community based, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization to 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.
Past and current funding sources for HFFG’s operations include Ghana AIDS Commission, IPAS Ghana, World Vision Ghana, Plan Ghana, UKaid, SIMAVI of the Netherlands, Palladium Group, Netherlands Forign Ministry, Global Fund, USAID, UNFPA, ILO, Gavi Alliance and UNICEF, among others.
A nation free of discrimination where women, children, and young people
have equal opportunity to develop their full potential.
To form partnerships that will facilitate and improve the health, education and socioeconomic status of women,
children and young people through empowerment, right-based approaches, innovative, acceptable, sustainable
and participatory strategies
We approach our focus areas strategically through Advocacy, Networking and Outreach; Capacity building interventions, trainings and facilitations; Monitoring and evaluation, data tracking and collection. This transformational approaches to community mobilisation, participatory decision-making processes, and women and youth leadership has made a critical difference in developing government accountability, equality, respect and dignity or marginalised communities