Child Online Africa (COA) is a child focused research and advocacy non-governmental organization that campaigns for/with children and young people and their families to influence policies and change practices that affect Child Protection Online, Wellbeing and Literacy in Ghana and across Africa.
Hike4TheAfricanchild is a charity cause, an initiative to spark up the discussion and support for safety and well-being of children in Africa. It was started by the Executive Director of the organization embarked on the expedition to the only free standing mountain in the world thus Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.
Menstrual Hygiene is essential to the poise and health of girls and managing menstruation (product, sanitation, etc ) forms an integral part of it. Education on menstruation is necessary for everyone-girls, boys, parents, teachers, community, among others. Some girls still have difficulty during their periods. Isn’t this sad?
Africa Digital Leaders (ADL) is a fellowship programme targeted at young leaders between the ages 8-16year olds to build their skills and capacity to interact with technology responsibly and be able to minimize risks and maximize opportunities that may be online
Our mission is guided by these Sustainable Development Goals
UNESCO Ghana with support from PRADA has partnered with Child Online Africa and other partners to implement a UNESCO-Prada Technology Enabled Girls Education aimed at improving girls’ school attendance and continuity of learning through digital skills and technology in selected districts in the East... ...Read More
he Centre in Ghana and partners across the globe have undertaken a series of initiatives to make the internet a better place for people across Africa, especially children and young people.Read More
Child Online Africa welcomes you to a #NiceNetNovember. Since November 2015, Child Online Africa holds awareness and education campaign from the 1st of November through to the 30th of November with the aim of encouraging cyber hygiene dubbed Nice Net November (#NiceNetNovember). This initiative evol... ...Read More