Executive Director of Tiyumba Hope Foundation, Ms. Fadila Fuseini (right) presenting the Citation to Hajia Alima Sagito Sa-eed (left)

The Tiyumba Hope Foundation (THF), a nongovernmental organization into Sexual Reproductive Health Rights, Women empowerment and education has honored the Executive Director of the Savannah Women Integrated Development Agency, Hajia Alima Sagito Sa-eed for her tremendous contribution towards promoting gender equality and socioeconomic growth of women in Ghana.

The Spouse of former Northern Regional Minister, Mr. Salifu Sa-eed received a citation in recognition of her personal efforts and the core objectives of her organization to bring the needed change in the society.

An elated Hajia Alima Sagito assured her organization is determined to always provide the necessary opportunities for women to empower themselves and enhance their livelihood to become responsible people.

She noted SWIDA-Ghana partnered with the Tiyumba Hope Foundation to organize the first ever Regional Teens conference to provide an opportunity for teenagers in the northern region to learn and discuss issues of drug abuse, adolescent reproductive health affecting them and to also network and create new friends.

Some of the Summit participants from the Senior High Schools

“There is no program they invite me and I don’t go, I do effective participation and sometimes when necessary, we even contribute financially to ensure that it becomes successful. And we also mentor a lot of young girls along as an organizations, and currently we are mentoring about 110 girls at University for Development Studies to make sure they become very responsible ladies, because we don’t want the situation when they pass the affirmative action bill and ask where are the women and we are not there. So, we want to build their confidence, build their capacity and expose them to opportunities to prepare for any position that will come in the future” she intimated.

The Development Consultant however commended the Executive Director for Tiyumba Hope Foundation, Ms. Fadila Fuseini for creating such a big platform for the teenagers to learn new things in life.

She stated the Regional Teens Summit has provided a lot of information to the students particularly the issue of teenage pregnancy – the causes and effects, drug abuse and as young persons, the environment is so tempting but they will have to take control over themselves because it’s a personal decision they have to make and this platform has provided that confidence they need.

SOURCEthecustodianghonline.com/Mohammed Gadafi, Tamale
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