• Community development
  • Women and children empowerment

In an increasingly globalized and interconnected world, utilizing all social and economic assets is crucial for development. However, women continue to confront discrimination, marginalization and exclusion, even though equality between men and women stands as a universal international precept—a fundamental and inviolable human right. At Kwame Nkrumah Pan-Africa Centre, we believe that empowering women and protecting children’s rights to participate fully in society is fundamental to building strong economies, establishing more stable and just societies and achieving internationally‐agreed goals for development.  In this regards, we seek to facilitate:

  • Access to microcredit and microfinance
  • Training and capacity building
  • Access to education and healthcare
  • Women’s participation in governance



Youth Empowerment Program

We believe that all our youth have the potential to become future leaders, because the qualities and skills required for effective leadership can be identified, taught, coached and cultivated. Our customary and prevailing adult top-down, task- oriented style of leadership has been a failure in Africa and a detriment to the development of equitable societies especially in Africa. There are other styles of leadership that are successful and distinguished by consensus building, communication and empathy and as youth practice and focus on developing their leadership skills, they could become successful leaders and agents for change. The Youth Empowerment Programme is aimed at developing this kind of leadership in young Africans.

The Kwame Nkrumah Pan-African Centre is a not-for-profit organisation that takes its root from the ideas, teachings and vision of Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s First President. We believe that people everywhere must have access to basic socio-economic amenities

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