Highlighting critical gender related issues in society

about us.

Visuals for Gender is an initiative that seeks to  equip citizens, policy makers and Civil Society Organisations to understand gender-based issues using both dynamic and static data visualizations. The goal is to highlight the critical gender-related issues in our society, share them with citizens, policymakers and journalists to take actions on them.

Thematic Areas

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Advocacy

Educate citizens, policy makers and the general public to take action and inspire a change of attitude in the society.

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Influence Policy

We seek to use dynamic and static visualizations to advance policies related to gender based violence.

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Capacity Building

We empower organisations working on gender based issues to acquire the skills to develop their own visualisations and tell their stories using infographics.

Engage Civil Society Org.

We share our work and engage with CSOs/NGOs that are actively involved in championing the cause and welfare of the vulnerable in the society.

Our team.

Florence Toffa

Project Coordinator

Princess Erwina Ndom

Asst. Project Coordinator

Patience Quaye

Project Advisor

Elikplim Sabblah

Data Analyst

Joshua Puplampu

Data & Communications

Pious Asante

Project Advisor

Blog

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Train the Trainer Workshop

Visuals for Gender’s “Data for Gender-based Advocacy” project is still running since its commencement last year. The project is being sponsored by the US Embassy Ghana. Last year Visuals for Gender successfully trained 300 girls from Junior High Schools in the La Nkwatanag Madina Municipal Assembly as well as 20…
Train the Trainer Workshop
Visuals for Gender’s “Data for Gender-based Advocacy” project is still running since its commencement last year. The project is being sponsored by the US Embassy Ghana. Last year Visuals for Gender successfully trained 300…
Data for Gender-Based Violence Advocacy Workshop
Visuals for Gender, in partnership with the U.S Embassy Ghana, is undertaking a project called “Data for Gender-Based Violence Advocacy”. This project is aimed at: 1. Using data to advocate against gender-based violence.  2.…
Call

0302 50 58 24

Where to find us

254, Dar es Salaam street, Agbogba Ghana Post GPS: GE-239-7844;