36 Year’s of Experience

CRADA has over 20 years of experience working with communities, local assemblies, donors, partners, security agencies and governments to create opportunities for a better future for vulnerable children, even in hard-to-reach places. Our two decades of experience have taught us that the most effective way to transform lives is to take a holistic approach. Our ultimate goal is to ensure that all children are cared for, protected and educated.

Child Rights Education & Social Protection

The CRADA Group focuses largely on improving the quality of basic education (interpreted as the continuation of learning that spans from birth to adolescence). Our goal is not only to help more children get into school or alternative education programs, but also to ensure a better early care and learning environment for the children; improving girls' access to education; keep children in school longer; to increase the level of academic achievement; and promoting the education of children about their fundamental rights. The organization works to promote and protect the rights of children as enshrined in the 1989 UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Children's Act of Ghana 1998 (Act 560).

Research, Policy Advocacy, Monitoring And Evaluation (RPAM&E)

The CRADA Group is a research-based and development-oriented institution for children and women and conducts policy research at the national, regional and district levels. We draw national attention to the challenges children and women face and urge sustained action to protect and promote their well-being. Through its research activities, CRADA Group analyzes various ways in which family problems such as poverty, insufficient parental guidance, divorce, lack of social infrastructure, ethnic violence, social injustice, structural mismanagement, etc. seriously and unintentionally affect the child's growth and development undermines the protection and promotion of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.


Gender and Women Employment for Development

In addition to its main activities of improving the lives of vulnerable and marginalized children through the promotion of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the CRADA Group is committed to gender equality issues and emphasizes the role of women not only as the backbone of families but also as the pillar of all development activities. Studies have shown that taking gender into account when planning economic and social interventions significantly increases the likelihood of success. Therefore, women are selected to conduct a data collection on gender awareness in the industry. The CRADA Group facilitates discussion of the results of the study, from which a policy framework for strategy on gender development in child education and leadership is derived.

Youth Information Communication and Skills Development

The youth are underestimated but are a growing force in the country. Many youth in Ghana lack the necessary ICT and development skills to be competitive in the global market. Young people in rural areas of Ghana are particularly hard hit. The CRADAGROUP helps to fill this gap by providing the necessary education for the youth.


Enterprise Development through Learning and Innovation/Micro-credit

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