Governance Structure

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The Annual General Meeting (AGM), comprising about 84 members is the highest decision making body of WANEP-GHANA. It is represented by an Executive Council (EC) of six (6) including the National Network Coordinator who acts as the Secretary. The tenure of the EC is two (2) years with a one-time individual re-appointment. The National Network Coordinator is the Administrative Head of the Secretariat, located in Tamale.


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  • Conflict transformation
  • Conflict resolution
  • Human Security Early Warning and Response

Core Objectives of WANEP-GHANA

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  • Strengthen the capability of peace building organization and practitioners in Ghana to engage actively in the peaceful transformation of violent conflict.
  • Increase awareness and use of non-violent strategies in responding to conflict in Ghana.
  • Promote the culture of conflict prevention.
  • Harmonize peace building activities in Ghana through networking
  • To intervene as a corporate body in social, cultural and religious conflicts through dialogue, reconciliation and other non-violent means

Where we Work

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WANEP-GHANA covers the entire country with effective operational structures in six out of the ten Regions in Ghana. The regions are Upper West, Upper East, Northern, Brong Ahafo, Volta and Ashanti.

Vision, Mission & Goal

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To create a sustainable culture of non-violence, justice, peace and social reconciliation in Ghanaian communities.

To contribute in a sustainable way to the establishment of a lasting peace in the country by building the capacity of network members to help communities prevent, resolve and transform conflicts through efficient gathering, processing and use of conflict data for peacebuilding.

To enhance the capacity of member-organizations of the Network for effective and collaborative peacebuilding in their respective areas of operation.