Pious Asante a Gender Specialist with a concentration on Equality and Women Empowerment, Nutrition and Food Security in the Agricultural Sector has over the past 4 years been working with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) as a Gender Mainstreaming Assistant in Sub-Sahara Africa. He is responsible for the African Regional Network of Gender Focal point in each of the 47 FAO member countries in the region.
Akosua Hansen A pan-African and a feminist, Akosua founded Drama Queens, a non-profit theatre organization which seeks change the patriarchal narrative by centering African women’s stories through theatre. Under Drama Queens, she runs sex education workshops dubbed ‘Let’s Talk Consent’ in high schools and universities in Accra, teaching about consent, debunking misconceptions about sex and the effects of popular culture and society on gender roles and sexual relations as her way of addressing the problem of a rape culture in Ghanaian society.
Curious Minds works to ensure that all children and youth are well informed and meaningfully participate in decision-making that affects their lives by advocating, generating knowledge, sharing information, building partnerships and training young activists at local, national and international levels.
Pulse GH is Ghana’s new media publisher. The media house has an audience of over 300,000 followers on Facebook alone with most of them engaging with the content that is shared. Pulse GH also churns out 24/7 live news & videos on topics ranging from politics, entertainment, sports, lifestyle, and celebrities.