The number of young people in Africa will grow to nearly one billion by 2050. The future, certainly, belongs to the young ones! At GLEEHD, we ensure the holistic empowerment of youth and children, as well as women; the most vulnerable in the society. We also address issues of reproductive health, HIV/ AIDS, among others. GLEEHD Foundation is driven towards enabling children and young people living in Africa, develop and attain their full potential as productive, considerate and responsible citizens.
Child right advocacy: The protection of children is the primary responsibility of all. It is our work at GLEEHD to ensure that the governments, through institutions, wake up to their responsibilities to ensure that the rights of children are upheld at all times. We, therefore,
Youth development: It is important to develop a framework that guides communities and government institutions on services, opportunities and support that are needed to help young people to develop to their full potential. To achieve this, we:
Women development and empowerment: Empowering women economically, socially, politically and being responsive to their overall wellbeing, is a key to ensuring Sustainable Livelihood and Social Justice. We are doing this by;
Reproductive health, WASH Advocacy, HIV/AIDS: Building the capacity of CSOs to tackle the scourge of HIV/AIDS and promoting best practices on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) as well as reproductive health among women, are crucial to achieving Sustainable Livelihood and Social Justice. To this end, we:
Here are some of our achievements in Children, Youth and Gender Development: