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The Women Who Stood up for "Witches" in Northern Ghana

  In 2020, a 90-year-old woman, Madam Denteh, was publicly lynched to death in the Savannah re ...

28 Nov 2022

AVID Project holds an information session for its partners

Prospective applicants of STAR-Ghana Foundation’s Action for Voice and Inclusive Development (AVID ...

28 Nov 2022

Information session on the Actions for Voice, Influence and Inclusive Development (AVID) Call for Partnerships

STAR Ghana Foundation wishes to invite all interested Community-Based Organisations (CBOs), citizens ...

16 Nov 2022

APNAssembly2022: STAR-Ghana Foundation participates as Speaker in dual sessions on community philanthropy.

Building the African narrative and practice in local philanthropy has become imperative in pushing f ...

08 Nov 2022

STAR-Ghana Foundation engages border communities on social cohesion and livelihoods support to build resilience to border security threats

Residents of selected border communities in Ghana’s Upper East region have identified among other ...

03 Nov 2022

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