Savannah Women's Empowerment Group Ghana (SWEGG)
What is SWEGG?
“Centering Women in Development”
The Savannah Women’s Empowerment Group Ghana (SWEGG) is a registered non-partisan organisation made up of mainly women from the three northern regions of Ghana.
To serve as a women’s movement for northern Ghana to actively advocate for women’s rights and economic justice and active participation in all decision making processes; abolition of negative socio-cultural practices; a forum for the exchange of ideas and strategies in fighting all forms of discrimination against women; a solidarity movement of promoters of gender equality and women’s empowerment.
All those who subscribe to the vision and mission of SWEGG: Community Based Organisations (CBOs), Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), individuals, national networks or coalitions of civil society or para-statal or government organisations, experts, civil leaders, popular & outstanding persons as agreed by the SWEGG Executive Committee.
Contact: swegg@ fosda.net
Last Updated on 09 November 2011
SWEGG Congratulates Honourable Samia Nkrumah
The Savannah Women’s Empowerment Group Ghana (SWEGG), a non partisan women’s rights network advocating for improved status and welfare of women in Ghana (in particular the savannah zone of Ghana ), wishes to congratulate Honourable Samia Yaba Nkrumah on her election as the Chairperson for the Convention People’s Party (CPP).