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 rural farmers in Ghana. Through such efforts traditional production and distribution methods have seamlessly being replaced by more closely coordinated and better planned modernized systems thus establishing profitable linkages between farmers, retailers and others in the supply chains. Consequently, our Inclusive participatory model promotes the integration of smallholders into markets, with the underlying principle that there are reciprocated benefits for poor farmers and the business community.
- Information communication technology - ICT for all -
Is a collaborative program with the World Intellectual Property Organization and the United States Global Partnership the project that’s seeks to build the capacity pupils in rural communities in Ghana with ICT knowledge through the provision of basic infrastructure in ICT. We have created a computer laboratory within an existing community school library in seven schools in the Ashanti and Brong Ahafo regions of Ghana, respectively.
- Bamboo Initiatives -
The Bamboo initiatives creates employment opportunities in rural areas and provide an alternative form of transportation through the production of environmentally friendly bicycles made from the abundant natural resource in the west coast of Africa. This is in line to achieving one of the millennium development goal of enhancing environmental sustainability. Some of the products realised from this initiative are bamboo bicycles, ambulance, and cart.
Provides access to solar lights to school children in some of the deprived communities in Ghana that is not connected to the national grid.The project also brings solar technology to these deprived communities.The project works with engineering students from the Santa Clara University in the United States to install solar power in these deprived communities and educate them on the dangers of using polluting kerosene lanterns which traps harmful fumes and poses serious fire and health risk.
The Project works with Child and Youth Finance International to promote financial education and a positive financial culture in children and youth in our communities of operations to ensure a financially literate population capable of making informed decisions. It aims at inspiring children to be socially and economically empowered citizens by equipping them with the skills and knowledge to become active agents capable of transforming their communities and societies.
The Child Savings Clubs educates school children with their fundamental rights as enshrined in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and enables them to use innovative methods of savings, prudence, accountability and financial management.
(Sports for Peace and Development Initiative)
Generations For Peace is a leading global non-profit peace-building organization founded by HRH Prince Feisal Al Hussein and Sarah Kabbani in 2007. Dedicated to sustainable conflict transformation at the grassroots, Generations For Peace empowers volunteer leaders of youth to promote active tolerance and responsible citizenship in communities experiencing different forms of conflict and violence.
Carefully-facilitated sport-based games, art, advocacy, dialogue and empowerment activities provide an entry point to engage children, youth and adults, and a vehicle for integrated education and sustained behavioral change.
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