The Social Support Foundation (SSF) relentlessly engages in identifying social issues within Ghana and creating programmes to actively combat these problems through community engagement, education, intervention, and public awareness.
SSF programmes work towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
A good way to get a grasp of SSF’s methodology is to read about our efforts to combat child labor in unlicensed, small scale mining (known as galamsey) and the intricacies of dealing with complex issues and myriad stakeholders in the Galamsey Mining Case Study.
The Social Support Foundation’s participation in the Ghana’s Strengthening Accountability Mechanisms (GSAM) Project can give you an additional impression about the work in our communities to improve local governance through social accountability and facilitating citizen-government engagement (CGE) processes to support citizens to speak out and demand development as a right not a priviledge.
To learn more and to support this development agenda please choose a section below to assess information about our projects.