RAHE GHANA works with the core poor and marginalized rural communities to identify, manage and to collectively bring sustainable solutions. Our work is concentrated in the Central Region of Ghana.

RAHE Ghana is looking forward to partnerships with local and international Civil Society Organisations and Intergovernmental institutions on projects, as part of our corporate social responsibility towards achieving the UN Sustainable Developments Goals (SDGs). Our areas of interest include Reproductive Health, Water Sanitation and Hygiene, Child Education, Environmental management, Youth and Women Empowerment as well as poverty alleviation projects.

We also welcome Private Businesses and Companies to join in the effort by supporting and participating in our projects.

Presently RAHE Ghana has partnership and funding support  from,

France Embassy in Ghana,

The Global Health Strategies Inc, 

Netherlands Albert Schweitzer Funds, 

The Global Alliance for the Rights of Older People (GAROP)

LDS Charities, and 

XP Prestige Gh. Company Ltd. 

Other partners include the UN Global Compact and the End Violence against Children, a Global Partnership Initiative  based in Switzerland.

In working closely with the Global Alliance for the Rights of Older People (GAROP), we continuously seek to strengthen social protection mechanisms for the Aged in Ghana, through social services, advocacy and human rights engagements with the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection.  

Board members in a group photograph with Hon. Cynthia Morrison (in spectacles), the Minister for Gender , Children and Social Protection.

RAHE Ghana is committed to the ten fundamental principles of the United Nations Global Compact corporate initiative and fosters fair and sustainable organisation policies and practice across all engagements.

RAHE GHANA with CSO partners joins the French Ambassador (HE. Anne Sophie Ave) for group photograph at the launch of the French Solidarity Program for Grant Recipients in Accra.


Volunteer and Internship Programs: A Combined Effort to Transforming Communities
Reproductive Advocate Health Education-Ghana (RAHE-GHANA) gives you the chance connect and understand people from diverse background while you voluntarily work on our social projects. Volunteers can choose from a variety of our projects which are accessible to people of all ages regardless of their race or ethnicity but possess the passion to work in the non-profit sector.

Reproductive Advocate Health Education-Ghana (RAHE-GHANA) seeks to promote a diversified workforce in tackling social problems. Therefore volunteers and interns from different regions of the world are warmly welcome to bring the much needed perspectives and ideas necessary for making a change.

Ghanaian citizens including the youth and children have a deep passion in working to improve their surroundings and communities, but regrettably a lot of them especially those in under-served communities lack the KNOWLEDGE AND SOCIAL AWARENESS about the Sustainable Development Goals and ways to get involved in its constructive agenda, we are therefore committed to bring all and sundry on board'...Rimmy Francis Amakye Executive Director RAHE GHANA.

Thanks to the support of the Netherlands Albert Schweitzer  Funds, over 1500 women and girls are presently equipped by RAHE GHANA with the knowledge and skills to sew reusable sanitary pads both in schools and communities.

Over the years, RAHE GHANA has actively worked with the LDS Charities on responsive programs to alleviate sufferings of  the vulnerable in  remote communities.