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  • GNHR COMMENCED SENSITIZATION AHEAD OF DATA COLLECTION EXERCISE

    The Ghana National Household Registry (GNHR), a unit under the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection has commenced it’s ...
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    MOGCSP JOINS OTHERS TO COMMEMORATE WORLD DAY AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING

    The Human Trafficking Secretariat (HTS) under the auspices of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MOGCSP) with the ...
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    MoGCSP AWARDEES AT THE 2022 CIVIL SERVICE AND AWARDS CEREMONY

    The Chief Director, Dr. Afisah Zakariah together with some outstanding staff of the Ministry of Gender Children and Social Protection ...
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    2ND QUARTER SPISTC COMMITTEE WORKSHOP MEETING

    The Social Protection Directorate (SPD) under the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP) has organised a 2-day meeting ...
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Gender Ministry Launched SGBV Support Centre in Ghana

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection with support from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) on Thursday, 11 March 2021 launched an Orange Support Center and the Boame App to help address sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and harmful practices in Ghana. #IWD2020 #ZeroSGBV #UNFPA #ForTheGoodOfGhana.

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LAUNCHING OF " I WILL" CAMPAIGN ON EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT#MoGCSP_Ghana UNICEF Ghana Ghana News Agency Ghana Education Service GACA Ministry of Information - Ghana Daily Guide Daily Graphic Ghanaian Times ... See MoreSee Less
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SENSITIZATION FORUM AND CAPACITY BUILDING TRAINING FOR GHANA CIVIL AVIATION OFFICERS CONTINUESToday, Thursday 11th August, 2022 marks the continuation of the Sensitization Forum and Capacity Building Training for the second batch of the Ghana Civil Aviation Officers on Victim Identification and Compliance on Counter Trafficking Activities. The second batch of training which started today Thursday, ends on Friday, 12th August 2022.The training organised by the Human Trafficking Secretariat under the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection in collaboration with the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) is to fulfill the International Aviation Organisation's (ICAG) Requirement and Guidelines on identifying and responding to Trafficking in Persons.It is also to build the capacity of the Aviation Personnels.For today's session, officers will be taken through the following:- Differences between Migrants Smuggling and Human Trafficking; Modern and Consequences- The role of key stakeholders in the fight against HT towards rescue and victim identification at the Airports.- Securing the borders of Ghana; Border response and support for Victims of Human Smuggling and Human Trafficking- Effective investigations and prosecuting offending officers in trafficking, among others.There will be an open forum for discussions, questions, answers andPost evaluation test in the end.Ghana Immigration Service HQ Ghana Civil Aviation Training Academy - GATA Ghana Airports Company Limited Africa World Airlines PassionAir Aviance #MoGCSP_Ghana#Sensitisation#training#aviation#stakeholders#EndHumanTraffic ... See MoreSee Less
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HTS COMMENCES SENSITIZATION FORUM ON TRAFFICKING-IN-PERSONSThe Human Trafficking Secretariat (HTS) under the auspices of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP) in collaboration with the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has on Tuesday 9th August 2022, organised a Sensitization Forum on Trafficking-in-Persons for Stakeholders in Accra.The objective of the Forum was to sensitise top management on the issues of human trafficking and build capacity of the officers to increase victim identification support and prevent human trafficking menace in the country.It also aimed to equip participants to implement the Human Trafficking Act 2005 (Act 694) and foster effective collaboration, partnership building between the security agencies, Aviation Authorities and stakeholders to realize that one institution cannot combat human trafficking. In a keynote address read on behalf of the Minister for Sanitation and Water Resources who also doubles as the Caretaker Minister for the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Hon. Cecilia Abena Dapaah, the Head of Human Trafficking Secretariat, Madam Abena Annobea congratulated the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority for the immerse support in organising such an educative programme.According to her, human trafficking is an organised crime and individuals can be recruited in diverse ways, hence the reason the Ministry partnering with the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority organised the forum to sensitize participants from the various institutions."It is the duty of the state of Ghana and the Ministry to protect the rights of the vulnerable especially women and children," she added.The Head of the Secretariat therefore hinted that MoGCSP has commemorated the 2022 World Day against Trafficking in Persons in Accra, to launch the National Plan of Action (NPA) as a commitment to end human trafficking.She emphasized that stakeholders should be informed on the dangers associated with the menace through awareness creation, raising campaigns and capacity building programmes."This, will help the public gain a better understanding of the complex issues of human trafficking and irregular migration to improve the detections, investigations and prosecution of suspected human traffickers and smugglers," she stated.Madam Annobea Asare in the end noted that human trafficking is a security threat to the nation, thus stakeholders, law enforcement officers and participants should come together and fight the canker in the country.She officially declared the the training workshop opened.In a statement read on behalf of the Director General General of Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), Madam Juliet Aboagye-Wiafe, the Deputy Director General GCAA, Mr. Daniel Acquah indicated that since Air travel is a quick means of transport for passengers to various destinations, perpetrators of human trafficking activities have not been spared to carry out such heinous crimes.She bemoaned that though prevention is the goal, raising awareness is an important effort in combating trafficking and all forms of exploitation in the country."This requires the involvement and training of the various stakeholders in identifying and responding to trafficking in persons which will in turn help to overcome fear and apathy among Aviation Personnel," she said.She called on all stakeholders and Aviation Personnel to join forces, share knowledge, expand the scope and in a collaborative spirit to eradicate the inhuman act since the battle can not be fought alone. A representative from Ghana Immigration Service HQ on her part advised participants, law enforcement Officers, the media, agencies, among others to form partnerships with international, governmental and non-governmental organizations to support joint investigations into trafficking crimes in the fight to stop the menace.Present at the forum were the Head of Human Trafficking Secretariat, Madam Abena Annobea Asare, representing the Minister for Sanitation and Water Resources also the Caretaker Minister for MoGCSP, Hon. Cecilia Abena Dapaah, Deputy Minister for Transport, Hon. Fredrick Obeng Adom, Director General of Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), Ms. Juliet Aboagye-Wiafe, Deputy Director General (Technical), ICAO, Representatives from Ghana Immigration Service, PISCES, AWA, Expertise France and Law Enforcement Officers.Ghana Civil Aviation Training Academy - GATA Ghana Airports Company Limited Africa World Airlines PassionAir Aviance#MoGCSP_Ghana#Sensitisation#training#aviation#stakeholders#EndHumanTraffic ... See MoreSee Less
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ONGOING PUBLIC AWARENESS CREATION ON THE GNHR DATA COLLECTION EXERCISE IN THE CENTRAL REGIONThe Ghana National Household Registry was established to create a single database for effective and efficient targeting of the extremely poor, vulnerable and excluded people in the country. It also involves the registration of households through the collection of basic information on their social economic status by administering a data intake questionnaire to each household.The Ghana National Household Registry is meant as a tool to:* Improve efficiency, effectiveness, and expand the coverage and scope of social protection interventions in Ghana.* Compile a credible database of the poor and vulnerable in Ghana to make it easy for Social Protection programmes to identify their target beneficiaries * Increase transparency and accountability in targeting of the beneficiaries of Social Protection Programmes in Ghana. #MoGCSP_Ghana #GNHR #WorldBank ... See MoreSee Less
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GNHR COMMENCED SENSITIZATION AHEAD OF DATA COLLECTION EXERCISEThe Ghana National Household Registry (GNHR), a unit under the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection has commenced it's first wave of communication/ sensitization exercise in the Central Region ahead of the GNHR data collection exercise. The Communication/ Operation Team which comprised of officers from the MoGCSP visited Oceans TV and some radio stations such as Kastle, Ahomka and Darling FMs on 2nd August, 2022 to create awareness among the general public. The team focused on the essence/benefit of the data collection exercise to the individual.The Ghana National Household Registry was established to create a single database for effective and efficient targeting of the extremely poor, vulnerable and excluded people in the country. It also involves the registration of households through the collection of basic information on their social economic status by administering a data intake questionnaire to each household.As part of the exercise, the team is also paying courtesy calls on the Municipal/District Chief Executives and Coordinating Directors and also holding brief meetings with the various District Liaison Officers to further plan for the exercise within their respective MMDAs.#MoGCSP_Ghana #GNHR #WorldBank ... See MoreSee Less
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