Hope for Future Generations works in the area of Health, Prevention of Diseases to provide advocacy and action initiatives in service of eradicating malaria, tuberculosis, HIV and open defecation within Ghanaian communities.
This area also focuses on mobilising quality information and access to services that detail proper procedures for water sanitation
and water resource management, nutrition and hygiene by working with project partners such as UNICEF (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene and also Integrated Water Resource Management) and Simavi (Advocacy for Resources for Malaria Stoppage).
The emphasis is on securing diagnoses prior to treatment, reducing the number of treatable cases and increasing national and local government funding for preventable diseases.
The key objectives are to address poverty through thematic strategies in advocacy, networking and outreach and increasing identification and training of internal community ambassadors; building behaviour change communications and message communication campaigns for amplified awareness; and developing capacity building interventions so that targeted solution-making can be directed into sustainable, ongoing projects within communities.