In October AFJN held its first Empowerment Project workshop in Accra, Ghana. Read the report. Read more about the background of the Empowerment Project, and the formation of this workshop. AFJN thanks the Catholic University of America’s Institute for … Continued
(Download PDF file) In June 2014 Ghana was granted a $156 million loan by the World Bank on top of previous unpaid loans from the same institution. The loan was for improving the education sector mainly secondary education. The way … Continued
What happened with Herakles Farms in Ghana? How is the community doing now? What is the prognosis for the new owner of the land? Find out by clicking here to read our report (pdf).
From October 8-10, 2014, we organized our first pilot workshop on Empowerment and Advocacy for Just Governance in Accra, Ghana. The workshop was organized in partnership with the Archdiocesan Office for Justice and Peace and Development Commission, The National Catholic … Continued
Land Grabbing Research, Awareness and Prevention in Ghana’s Volta Region is a project of the Africa Faith and Justice Network (AFJN) funded by two Catholic religious congregations: The Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate and The Adorers of the Blood of … Continued
As the international community joins hands to stop the threat of the Ebola virus, Bahati Jacques of Africa Faith and Justice Network, a Catholic advocacy organization based in Washington DC, would like to also shine some light, stop and prevent another serious … Continued