African Rights Initiative International (ARII)

1.Our Team of Dedicated volunteers: (From Left) Ama, Theophilus, Afia and Patience at the Just ended Total Emancipation 2010 held at Novotel Accra City Hotel.

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7.Child Development Forum

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8.Family Village Project - Block Plan

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9.ARII student volunteers from the University of Ghana ready for Brofoyedur, a small farming community in Central Region-Ghana. Volunteer.

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10.Mr. George Gumah, Projects Manager, African Rights Initiative International with some beneficiaries of the EQOUW Project at Benso, Western Region-Ghana, West Africa

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12.Volunteers shared their passion by working with children from different homes and orphanages; ensuring a sense of self-worth and maximum security for them.

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14.1.Total Emancipation 2010-The African Child in Perspective

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16.ARII on Saturday, October 30th 2010, had its annual charity fundraiser Total Emancipation 2010-The African Child in Perspective at the Novotel Accra City Centre under the distinguished chairmanship of the Executive Director (Business Development) of Databank, Mr. Yofi Grant.

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18.ARII Management, field directors and some volunteers after Fund raising workshop at JICA, Accra-Ghana-The workshop was facilitated by Wakuwaku GAI, a Japan Based NGO with support from JICA

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19.Communicating change-A matter of mutual understanding. ARII team met with Chiefs and people and opinion leaders at Brofoyedu in the Ejumako Enyan Essiam District of the Central Region.

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20.Need Assessment: Our Field Directors mainly volunteers provide accurate information that informs our planning and achieving result for target population. This ensures that programmes are designed taken into consideration the local situation.

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21.ARII HONOURS ITS CHERISHED PARTNERS

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22.MISSION TO THE Dwarf (now HOPE) ISLAND, AFRAM PLAINS Ghana-2016. Addressing the health needs of 103 communities far removed from the scrutiny of the world. Over 14, 500 people were served, 2,000 registered for the NHIS

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