PURIM AFRICAN YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PLATFORM

PURIM AFRICAN YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PLATFORM

PAYDP Ghana seeks to protect the rights of young people especially girls and seek the total development of communities with emphasis on vulnerable groups. We are committed to creating a conducive platform where young people especially girls can have equal access to  information through leadership capacity building to influence  local, national and regional decision making processes.

What we do

PAYDP achieves this by developing the self-confidence of young people especially girls, making them healthy, socially responsible, willing and able to change situations in their local communities through formidable networks and linkages.

Projects

  • GIRLS EMPOWERMENT NETWORKS AND CLUBS
  • PEER TO PEER RESEARCH
  • ENDING CHILD MARRIAGE IN GHANA PROGRAMME
  • SEXUAL HARRASSMENT AND ABUSE PROJECT
  • YOUTH SAVE PROJECT
  • PAYDP MENTORSHIP PROJECT
  • ACTION 2015

Volunteers

PAYDP works with volunteers and co-ordinators across the country to support the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the programme.

Our Latest Projects

Ending Child marriage in Ghana

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IMF donation to PAYDP

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AU Girl’s Summit

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Our Partners

 Purim African Youth Development Platform (PAYDP – Ghana), was registered in 2007 as an organisation limited by guarantee (NGO) to  advance the rights of young girls and women; through capacity building and expanded social and economic opportunities, with emphasis on vulnerable populations. Cross section of the key Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) and other thematic partners; spanning the public, private-for-profit, and private-not-for-profit sectors.

OUR GALLERY

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