Programs Areas

Community Development: through the many outreach projects Dolly Foundation develop and implement on health, education and community livelihood program like economic empowerment of women in agriculture sector.Mentoring of girls clubs in schools: leadership, communication, teamwork and other success skills the students gain through their Dolly Foundation experience. Also of major importance is their development of self -confidence, and the reproductive education. This program is the collaboration work between World View Mission Int and Dolly Foundation.

Economic Empowerment of women: development of an entrepreneurial mindset, which leads to many of the rural women wanting to start their own businesses.

Dolly Foundation offer legal support to women through Wildlife Ghana and Legal Aid. We have volunteers who are trained on the laws of Ghana like Marriage Laws, Divorce Laws, Will Act, Children Acts, Human Rights and Inheritance Laws.

Dolly Foundation Health program aims at decreasing mortality among women and children under five by expanding access to quality health services through radio talk show, free registration of Children into the National Health Insurance Scheme, reducing the impact and spread of malaria, HIV/AIDS, and other infectious diseases, and increasing the use of family planning. The program empowers individuals and communities to adopt positive health practices and strengthens the capacity of community and district-level health officers to plan and manage health programs.

Activities include:
Preventing and controlling malaria
Improving maternal and child survival
Reproductive health and family planning
Reducing transmission and impact of HIV/AIDS

With an overall objective to improve the living condition of rural school children by offering them with the needed basic needs, Dolly Foundation runs a back to school project which provide needy school children with school bags, shoes, books, pens and pencils to aid them in their education. Dolly Foundation Basic Education program increases access to and completion of basic education, improves the quality of education, and improves and enhances communities’ abilities. The Foundation activities include improving the quality of literacy instruction, supporting marginalized populations such as girls in school, strengthening management capacity, and building community capacity to contribute to student and teacher performance. Dolly Foundation works through the Ghana Educational Service systems in order to bring an increasing number of interventions to national scale.

Activities include:
Back to school project
Provision of sanitary pad to girls in basic school to reduce absenteeism due to the inability for girls to buy sanitary pad every month during their menstrual cycle.
Provision of Bicycle to rural student who walk far distant to attend school.
Girls’ Education Unit – Basic Education Scholarship Program and Planning Support

Dolly Foundation takes a holistic approach to gender, integrating consideration of gender identities, roles, and power dynamics into its work in order to achieve better development outcomes.

Key activities:
Women in agriculture
Women and HIV/AIDS
Girls’ education
Women and governance
Women’s health
Gender-based volience

Expected Result
The MDGs are relatively straightforward goals. But for the purposes of a campaign or communication in media, it may be worth rephrasing them (or their national equivalents) in even simpler ways that avoid any hint of technical “development” language and appeal very directly to people’s hopes for their lives.

MDG 1: My family has a job and savings.
MDG 2: All our children go to school.
MDG 3: Men and women have equal rights.
MDG 4: All our children are healthy.
MDG 5: We keep pregnancy safe and healthy.
MDG6: We avoid HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases.
MDG 7: We keep our homes and the environment clean.
MDG 8: We get involved in community development