“Making someone feel obligated, pressured or forced into doing something of a sexual nature that they don't want to is sexual coercion. This includes persistent attempts at sexual contact when the person has already refused you. Nobody owes you sex, ever; and no means no, always.”
Since 2017, we have led the effort to educate, empower, counsel and protect women and children. We have been at the forefront of providing avenues for the vulnerable.
As an anti-sexual violence organization, the Foundation is set up to be a voice to the voiceless and vulnerable in the society. We aim to carry out programs to prevent sexual violence, aid survivors of sexual abuse, create a platform to empower victims of sexual violence and the marginalized in the society and to ensure that perpetrators are brought to justice.
What We've Achieved
Organized and facilitated the first sexual violence conference in Ghana.
Monthly self defense class for victims of sexual violence.
Provide free therapy sessions for survivors of sexual assault.
Organize the first anti sexual and domestic violence walk in Ghana.
Sensitization of Primary schools across the city on safety measures against violence.
Find out more about our other ongoing projects on our page.