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The Office of the Second Lady (OSL) with support from UNFPA Ghana will launch a Coalition of People Against SGBV/HPs (CoPASH) who will spearhead a national response to the issues of SGBV/HPs including case management and increasing prevention efforts in Ghana. The goal of CoPASH is to bring together a group of agencies, organizations and individuals who are passionate about the rights of women and girls, to advocate for better resources for SGBV victims throughout the nation. 

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Studies have indicated that in Ghana, one in three women is a victim of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV). Reports have shown that young women aged 15 to 19 years old, were four times more likely to experience violence than those above 19 years old. The problem of SGBV in Ghana is alarming and

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Mission

Advocating for a Ghana where sexual and gender based violence and harmful practices are no more

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UNFPA
Samira
Ministry of Gender
Ghana Police Service