4 H GHANA
Focus:
Poverty Alleviation
Region:
Greater Accra Region
Address:

Dzorwulu

Phone:
026 747 9061/ 024 273 8394/ 034 202 0059
Email:
4hghana@gmail.com / ghana4h_nsk@yahoo.com / info@4hghana.org
Target Group:
Children and youth
Geographical Scope:
National
Affiliation:
Membership Based:
Established:
Organization Size:
Paid Staff:
4
Voluntary Staff:
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Profile


4-H symbolize HEAD-HEART-HANDS-HEALTH. 4-H is a positive youth development organization that seeks to empower young people. The fundamental principle of 4-H is make young people self-directing, productive and contributing members of society, through the methodology of "Learning by Doing" 4-H targets the life skills of young people and develop the entrepreneurial minds of young people through activity based programmes. The concept which started in the USA in 1903, could now be found in over 70 countries in the world. 4-H Ghana is part of the Global 4-H and African 4-H Network. In 4-H young people select projects in agriculture (animal husbandry and crops), food and nutrition, public speaking, art and culture, drama, etc and with the support of Caring Adults serving as Volunteers guide these young people to complete their projects. The 4-H concept provides experiential learning and income to young people as they go through their project successfully. Established in Ghana in the year 2000, 4-H Ghana provides opportunity for young people to develop their livelihood and life skills. 4-H Ghana is affiliated to the National 4 -H Council in USA, and all the 4-H programmes in over 70 countries in the world.

Objective


To Promote Youth Empowerment Through Active Engagement Of The Young People On Topical Issues That Affect Their Development. To Become An Effective National Youth Empowerment Ngo That Addresses Youth ProblemsTo Promote Youth Empowerment Through Active Engagement Of The Young People On Topical Issues That Affect Their Development. To Become An Effective National Youth Empowerment Ngo That Addresses Youth Problems

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