AKO Foundation is a vibrant youth-led and youth development organization working to support community-driven and sustainable development with focus and commitment on youth participation for sustainable environment and economic development. AKO promotes community building, effective partnerships, social and economic and networking, youth opportunities and participation, together with education and advocacy on gender issues, natural resources and environmental sustainability. AKO is a duly registered non-profitable and non-governmental organization incorporated in 2007 by Registrar General Department, Accra, Ghana.
The Centre for Environmental Research and Policy Analysis (CERPA) is an environmentally focused non-governmental organization established in Ghana on 16th February, 2015. We have a mission to promote environmental welfare and sustainability through research, education, participation, and innovation. The organization is registered with Ghana’s Registrar General’s Department with official reference codes CG192472015 and C0005740665.
The Global Alliance for Development Foundation (GADeF) invests in the extraordinary potential of young people. Founded in Ghana in 2008 and registered in 2010 by Registrar General Department, Accra, Ghana as a local, regional and global non-profit youth development and philanthropy foundation, GADeF builds and maintains a worldwide community of civil society organizations, businesses and governments committed to empowering youth and young women to be healthy, productive and engaged citizens. GADeF networks and partners programs are catalysts of positive change that helps young people obtain quality education, gain employable skills, make healthy choices, and improve their communities.
Ghana’s Minerals Commission is a government agency established under Article 269 of the 1992 Constitution and the Minerals Commission Act. As the main promotional and regulatory body for the minerals sector in Ghana, the Minerals Commission is responsible for “the regulation and management of the utilization of the mineral resources of Ghana and the coordination and implementation of policies relating to mining. It also ensures compliance with Ghana’s Mining and Mineral Laws and Regulation through effective monitoring.
Ghana’s Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources (MLNR) is the Ministry entrusted with the sustainable management and utilization of Ghana’s lands, forests, wildlife and mineral resources for socio-economic growth and development. This is achieved through the efficient formulation, implementation, coordination, monitoring and evaluation of policies and programs of sector agencies; efficient and equitable land delivery; promotion of sustainable forest, wildlife and mineral resource management and utilization; promotion of effective inter-agency and cross-sectoral linkages; creation of an enabling environment for effective private sector participation; and promotion of effective community participation in multiple use of land, forest wildlife and mineral resources.
Phinklife Institute is a mission driven social educational enterprise that focuses on next generation of social entrepreneurs in Africa and Diaspora.Our vision is to create an Africa where everyone can pursue their dreams and follow their passions living as change agents.
Phinklife Institute’s mission is to develop next generation of social entrepreneurs through mentorship, fellowships, training and support services including incubation and start-ups funds.