Our Vision
A Society of Equal Opportunities for Sustainable Development and Protection of Human Rights
Our Mission
Promoting Inclusive Sustainable Poverty Reduction, Human Dignity, Ecological Balance and Gender Equality through Effective Partnerships, Networking and Continuous Learning.
Our Aims

Our aim is to have a sustainable positive impact on communities of partner districts in northern Ghana in the areas of health, gender and livelihoods, decentralization, inclusion, girls education, climate, energy and food.

To become a Centre for Learning, practice and advocacy rooted in approaches and strategies that recognize and addresses felt needs of groups, communities and indigenous knowledge systems.
Strategic Aims
  1. To strengthen financial and administrative procedures and assuring programme quality through effective M&E and robust internalcontrol systems
  2. To contribute to accessible and productive use of water and promotion of healthy living, especially for mother and children
  3. To contribute to improved quality of life of women and small holder farmers through climate resilient approaches, post-harvest management, empowerment and value chain development
  4. To promote access and quality basic education for children, especially girls and children with disabilities
  5. To contribute to sustainable development, through participatory research, partnerships and continuous learning
Core Values

  1. Ideas over hierarchy
  2. Transparency and accountability
  3. Integrity and human dignity
  4. Collation and partnerships
  5. Discipline, honesty, passion and commitment Teamwork
  6. Excellence and innovation
  7. Respect for diversity

Message from Director
Martin Dery

The organization has implemented varied projects related to education, agriculture, women's empowerment, climate resilience, water and sanitation, in response to grounded developmental needs in partner communities. We are convinced that our collective efforts have resulted in positive outcomes throughout our operational area.

In the area of education, we have engaged in promoting access to education for vulnerable out of school children, girls, children with disabilities and migrant children, through advocacy and community empowerment. Our staff and volunteers have developed participatory teaching and learning materials for formal schools. We have also continued with implementation of the Ghana Complementary Basic Education Programme that includes mother tongue literacy and numeracy.

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Under our GROW and CRAFS projects, we continued to empower rural farmers by encouraging i ncreased production beyond subsistence consumption requirements; to provide a basis for income generation within expandingvaluechains. We have supported alternative livelihoods including dry season farming, soap making and apiculture.

Our work in WASH made significant strides in relation to inclusive poverty targeting through the implementation of the WASH in DPC (Unicef/Canada supported) using a social fund model that worked with indigent households to ensure total household latrine coverage in communities that have attained ODFstatus. We also made great progress in ameliorating the WASH Poverty situation in Northern Ghana through our work with WAG, Give Me Tap and Eau Bottle.

We have also improved our accountability and fundraising drive through publicizing our activities via newsletters, social media and our website to provide more information to our partners, potential donors and individuals. We will make continuous efforts to strengthen the communication between partners so as to increase the presence and contribution of the organization in the country and beyond.

That said, we have taken note of our challenges during the period and commit to address issues around systematic knowledge management, documentation, skills development to make us a leader into the future.

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Decentralization and Governance

Pronet has direct experience in supporting Community Action Plan processes using techniques that ensure active participation and inclusion.

This experience includes synthesis of CAPs at Area Council level and onward integration into District Composite Plans. The processes involves community leader visits to the MMDA offices for direct engagements. We have also accelerated direct participation by women in the District Assembly Election processes.

Annual Turnover

Our annual turnover over the last 5 years exceeds 15MGHS.

Executive Council
  1. Mdm. Pheobe Balagumyetime Public Health Specialist Chair
  2. Dr. Paul Bangniyel Chartered Accountant Member
  3. Mrs Anacleta Naab Educationist Member
  4. Mr. Thaddeus Sory Notary Public Member
  5. Mr. Awuni Atia Erasmus Technician Engineer Member
  6. Mr. Martin Dery Social Design Specialist Director
Annual Reports
OUR WORK/NEWS