Human Security Research Centre Ghana (HSRCGh)

Programmes & Projects

The provision of social infrastructure and implementation of development programmes is recognised as one of several preventative approaches to managing Violent Extremism. Support for sustainable socio-economic and income-generating activities would therefore provide opportunities for unemployed young people in vulnerable local communities and thus inhibit their recruitment into violent extremist and/or terrorist groups.

Livelihood Empowerment Programme

One way Civil Society Organisations help bridge social deficit gaps is through skills training and other capacity building initiatives/activities. The following are skills development training and capacity building programmes HSRCGh is developing, aimed at empowering both individuals and local communities:

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