This project offers opportunities for youth volunteers to actively promote tolerance and responsible citizenship in communities experiencing different forms of conflict and violence through engaging sporting activities.

Carefully-facilitated sport-based games, art, advocacy, dialogue and empowerment activities are planned to provide an entry point to engage children, youth and adults and serves as a vehicle for integrated education and sustained behavioral change.

- Information communication technology - ICT for all 

This is a collaborative program with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and the United States Global Partnership to drive positive learning outcomes in Ghana. The project seeks to build the capacity of students in rural communities with ICT knowledge through the provision of basic infrastructure in ICT. We have created  computer laboratories within an existing community school library in seven schools in the Ashanti and Brong Ahafo regions of Ghana

Under its agribusiness & capacity building framework, Bright Generation has marshaled the technical and financial resources to help address the problem of food security and sustainable agriculture among small-scale women farmers in Ghana. Through such efforts, women groups are supported with micro-credit and farming inputs and linked to efficient distribution channels to control excessive postharvest losses. Such coordinated and better the planned farming scheme has remarkably established profitable linkages between farmers and offtakers along the supply chains. Consequently, our inclusive participatory model promotes the integration of smallholder women farmers into markets and helps dissolve traditional barriers.