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Project

Scouts Promoting Peaceful Elections in Ghana

19th Nov 2012

The project propels activities, programmes and methods that will promote peace before, during and after the 2012 presidential and parliamentary elections in Ghana.
The objectives are;

To educate the youth on positive citizenship to avoiding electoral voilence
Youth to be agents of change ensuaring that the elections are held peacefully in their local communities and especially in election hot spots constituencies.
To promote a combined youth platform for National Development

Beneficiaries of the Project

Scouts
In-School and Out-of-School Youth
Youth from other Youth organisations
Political parties
Parents and Teachers
Community members

Methods of Implementation

Camps
Workshops
Seminars
Community durbars and fora
Games and fun activities
Traditional social tools (Drama, dance, singing)
Media discussions (Radio, TV, Website, Social media)

Location of the Project
1. Greater Accra Region
2. Ashanti Region
3. Brong-Ahafo Region
4. Northern Region
5. Upper East Region