The Adwuma Pa Project is a 4-year initiative to reduce the risk of forced labor and other violations of labor rights for youth, especially girls and young women, working within Ghana’s cocoa supply chain. Adwuma Pa therefore targets vulnerable youth with an integrated package of interventions designed to improve youth's economic participation and improve business practices by private sector actors to protect against forced labor and other violations of labor rights. Adwuma Pa Project operates in six municipal/district assemblies: Tano South and Asunafo North Municipalities in the Ahafo Region, Bibiani-Anhwiaso-Bekwai Municipality in the Western North Region and Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa, Mfantseman, Abura-Asebu-Kwamankese in the Central Region with the targets 5,000 vulnerable girls and young women aged 17-20.
BASELINE ASSESSMENT OF VULNERABLE WOMEN AND CHILDREN AT RISK OF FORCED LABOUR AND OTHER VIOLATIONS OF LABOUR RIGHTS
Gender, Child & Social Inclusion
Research, Monitoring and Evaluation