KGL Foundation organized a three-day "Inception and Capacity Building Workshop" with 32 other organizations to tackle social development concerns in Ghana.
Mr. Elliot Dadey, the Chief Executive Officer of the KGL Foundation explained that the engagement with these new partners was centered on different fields, primarily on healthcare, education, sports, arts and culture, youth empowerment, and some other areas in the quest to support and impact the various communities in the country.
The programme, dubbed " Tackling Social Development Concerns in Ghana" saw different organizations share their ideas on how they would impact the Ghanaian community in their field when given the support by the Foundation.
Mr. Dadey said the main aim of the initiative was to create a Ghanaian society where each individual or organization has easy access to basic needs and to empower communities to sustain change.
According to him, the Foundation was keen on funding their new partners to achieve their goals in the various societies they find themselves in, thereby helping them to build upon their works and create a community of activists who would be self-sufficient.
He noted that the Foundation was also focused on supporting women, adolescents, persons with disabilities, children, orphans, and those with mental and psychological needs.
"We really did a lot of research on these organizations and every partner that we have brought on board, so we potentially see a long-lasting relationship with them," he added.
Some sections of the workshop were on Communications and Branding, Financial Reporting Template, Funding Modalities and Reporting, Implementation Modalities, and some other categories.