Every VOIICE Matters!
who we are
Our Community is our Foundation!
Voice Of Inspiring Inclusive Change Equitably (VOIICE) is run by an inclusive community of passionate agents of change. The focus of their Foundation is sexual and gender-based violence with its related mental health issues which are primarily addressed through awareness creation and support.
The VOIICE Community is an inclusive group, empowered to owning their voices against violence and discrimination.
VOIICE is registered under the Companies Act, 1963(Act 179) and also licensed by the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Accra.
We are bound by core values of Respect, Empathy, Individuality,Inclusion and Love.
We offer a variety of services to women and girls, members of our community, victims of gender based violence as well as marginalized members of our society:
Want to Help?
Abiba Abdallah- VOIICE Womacare & Support
Founder of VOIICE
Patricia Akua Kyei ESQ-Lawyer
Elsie Koranteng-Gender Advocate & Researcher
Aurelia Mensah- SRHR Facilitator & Advocate
Prof. Belinda Agyemang-Lecturer
Gregory Andrews- Former Australian High Commissioner to Ghana
Gender Based Violence
Ama .K. Abebrese- Renowned Actress & Gender Advocate
Gender Based Violence
Dilys Sillah- Gender Advocate & Best Selling Author UK
Women & Minorities
Michael Asaku Yeboah-Vocational Consultant, Amazon U.SA
Talent & Mental Health
what we do
Our community membership growing till every person can fearlessly own their voice against violence and discrimination regardless of who they are.
To employ a plethora of channels to creating awareness on issues that affect women, girls and specific youth within marginalized groups and to holistically empower them to harness the power of their voices in eradicating violence and discrimination that affects them and others like themselves.
POVERTY , WOMEN & ABUSE- VOIICE COMMUNITY SHOP
Particular groups of women, including women and girls living in poverty, face multiple forms of discrimination, and face increased risks of violence as a result. Studies show that poor girls are 2.5 times more likely to marry in childhood than those living in the wealthiest quintile. Women and girls are sexually violated in exchange for money and goods for survival in Ghana.
Marginalized groups are tied to their abusive environments because of poverty. That is why we have the VOIICE Community Shop where trained members; girls, women and some marginalized groups are engaged to produce and offer goods and services that are sold through our partners and supporters. This ensures that they are paid and earn enough money to support themselves and the running of the organization.
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We are open to more support and your concerns. Please reach out to us today: firstname.lastname@example.org