This initiative promotes girl’s literacy through reading, writing and creativity using the girls club approach in Ghanaian schools.
The project uses LitWorlds 7 strengths as the foundational model for the curriculum of litclubs.
Litclub activities combine resilience building activities with literacy best practices in sets of dynamic lessons around the themes of Belonging, Friendship, Confidence, Curiosity, Courage, Kindness and Hope.
It also creates the opportunity for women and girls to share their stories of achieving successes and overcoming challenges, supported by powerful mentorship.
The Ceinode Ghana Adolescent Reproductive Health project addresses lack of school and community based adolescent sexual and reproductive health programmes reaching the adolescents where they are, without creating the stigmas that are associated with them going to the clinics.
The project touches on the issues of Abortion, Teenage pregnancy and Personal hygiene as it contributes to recording low academic performances especially among girls.
Teenage pregnancy for example has led to some dropouts recorded over the years.