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HFFG leverages on existing community structures for improved social service delivery under the GSAM project.

The Ghana’s Strengthening Accountability Mechanisms (GSAM) project is a USAID-funded project which seeks to strengthen citizens’ oversight of capital projects in selected districts to improve local government transparency, accountability and performance.

The project, since its inception, has contributed significantly towards promoting accountable and responsive local governance through the empowerment of civil society organizations and citizens to be better informed and demand for accountability.

HFFG as an implementing partner in the current phase of the project continues to empower citizens in the Awutu Senya East Municipal and Agona East District Assemblies to demand for quality of service delivery from service providers. This is done by building the capacity of citizens so that they can actively participate in the planning and implementation of social services to ensure the delivery of inclusive services that respond to their needs.

HFFG and its project partners believe that citizens need to have the requisite knowledge and skills to understand the community structures and perform their functions. As part of activities under the project, HFFG, with technical support from the Integrated Social Development Centre (ISODEC) conducted a training for 90 community members in charge of education, health and monitoring of physical infrastructure implementation in selected communities located in the Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly and the Agona East District Assembly.

The beneficiaries were drawn from existing community structures such as Parents Associations, School Management Committees, Community Health Management Committees and Community Development Monitors.

They were sensitized on:

  • The legal framework for citizens’ participation of local governance as provided under the Local Government Act 2016, (Act 936), National Development Planning, National Development Planning Commission (NDPC) guidelines for local planning and implementation
  • Monitoring Tool for Basic Education and Community Score Card Indicators and Definition
  • Ghana Health Service and Ministry of Health Community Score Card Indicators and Definition

Now empowered with the necessary mechanisms for the service delivery monitoring, the beneficiaries are in a great position to liaise between community members and service providers to fix issues that will arise from their monitoring.  This is to ensure that community members get the needed benefits from physical infrastructural projects implemented in their communities.  They are to measure impact and make suggestions for improved service delivery.

In a discussion with Godwin Amekope, the School Improvement Support Officer for Kasoa CP Islamic Research basic school said, he said:

 “The beneficiaries are happy to have been recognized as partners in development and are being equipped to function formally as that. These community structures existed merely on paper, so it is refreshing that the project is leveraging on them to function as expected. We are looking at improved services and impact.”

Akuamoah Justice, the chairperson of the Parents Association of Gada M/A Basic School also said after the training:We can now access service delivery at the school in my community and make some inputs to resolve issues that confronts the school by engaging service providers.”



As you flip through the pages of this report, note that there are myriads of challenges and
there are still people who are less privileged in communities in Ghana with very little or no
information on basic health and life skills. Your contribution to the course of humanity is
needed.



Funded by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Golden Line is an initiative of SimaviSolidaridad and Healthy Entrepreneurs to economically empower women in and around artisanal and small-scale gold mining communities in Ghana and Tanzania.

In Ghana, the Golden Line has increased the ability of women in mining communities to engage in economic activities by improving their Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) and their access to and control over resources.

Hope for Future Generations as a local implementing partner of SIMAVI in Ghana is pleased to share with you the Golden
Line Annual Report 2019.

Click HERE to DOWNLOAD  the Golden
Line Annual Report  for 2019



HFFG in 2018 impacted the lives of over 1,064,461 beneficiaries, constituting 822,921 males and 241,540 females through various innovative and life-changing interventions ranging from: Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights, HIV/AIDS, Immunization, Social Accountability, Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Economic opportunities.

Click HERE for our 2018 Annual Report.



Our Annual Report provides an overview of the work of Hope for Future Generations (HFFG) from January 2017 to December 2017.

The report covers the life-transforming projects and activities implemented by Hope for Future Generations in all areas of operation.

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2017 Annual Report



Our Annual Report provides an overview of the work of Hope for Future Generations (HFFG) from January 2016 to December 2016. A major highlight for the year was the celebration of our 15th Anniversary with the theme of “Championing Equal Opportunities for Women and Children through Sustainable Partnerships” launched by Dr. Angela El-Adas, Director General of the Ghana AIDS Commission.

The report covers the life-transforming projects and activities implemented by Hope for Future Generations in all areas of operation including the inception of a flagship project, HopePal, targeting persons with disabilities.  The document also illustrates our achievements, success stories of lives touched, challenges encountered and our outlook for 2017. Financial figures for all funds received and expended by HFFG in the year 2016 have also been provided in this report.

Read and download the 2016 Annual Report here.