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The Empowerment for Life (E4L) Programme seeks to support “Civil society groups and organisations in Northern Region to actively drive and influence social, economic, and political development initiatives and pursue their interests and rights”, as it envisions “a democratic and just Ghana where all citizens have influence on political processes and where resources are distributed equally.” 


The (E4L) Programme integrates all the thematic focus areas; education, food security and youth empowerment with gender and governance as the cross-cutting thematic areas. CLIP technically implements the food security and business development component in the E4L Programme.


The programme receives technical and funding support from Ghana Friends and DANIDA, and is now in its third phase, since its start in 2010.

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