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Kwabena Okai Ofosuhene  Founder and Chairman of Board of Directors
Kenneth Nana Amoateng
Chief Executive Officer
 
  Kenneth Nana Amoateng  Chief Executive Officer  
Kwabena Okai Ofosuhene
Founder and Chairman of Board of Directors

 

 

 
 

 
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WELCOME

Hello and welcome to Abibimman Foundation. The Foundation focus its efforts mainly on women, children and young people by promoting the needed awareness, and help address their development challenges while utilizing them as positive agents in the promotion of sustainable livelihoods, peace and development through facilitated collaboration among various partners in their communities.

Abibimman Foundation a Non-Profit Oriented, Non-Partisan, Non-Governmental Organisation (RGD G5,895, DSW 2525), established in 2000 and dedicated to the promotion of sustainable Livelihoods, ameliorate conflict situations and a culture of peace, Climate Change, environmental ,Land Degradation, Agriculture, Biodiversity,  democracy and development based on knowledge of cultural, civic, human right, environmental and health issues. Promote cultural, formal and non-formal education as well as technical and vocational skill development to enhance employment and job opportunities for a better standard of human .The Foundation upholds the principles of the United Nations and African Union.Accredited member of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), International Society of Environmental and Rural Development Council (ISERD), United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), Adaptation fund (AF NGO network), Global Environment Facility (GEF NGO), Green Climate Fund(GCF), Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health (PMNCH of the WHO), Global Soil Partnership (GSP of the FAO), Habitat International Coalition ,Internatioal Campain To Abolish Nuclear Weapon (ican),Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC of the UNEP),UNCAC Coalition and ECOSOC of the United Nations


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3 young ladies holding banner agianst poverty