Curated The J-Initiative as an anti-child abuse imaginary campaign.
Happy School Girl Programme was born as a result of a visit to Duori Junior High in Upper West with the Health Faculty of the Centennial College of Canada as part of the college's Global Citizenship Experience & Equity Learning Experience.
Organized first Menstrual Hygiene Day celebration in Ghana
Organized first ever Safer Internet Day Celebration in Ghana in Partnership with Ghana’s National Communication Authority
Partnership with the Ghana’s Ministry of Communications.
Advocated and worked for the incorporation of the pillar on Child Online Protection for Ghana’s Cybersecurity Policy and Strategy.
Stakeholder Round Table on Child Online Protection in collaboration with World Vision
Guest Lecture for the USTTI/GSMA course on Children and Mobile Technology for Member States.
Memorandum of Understanding with World Vision International- Ghana to promote child protection and wellbeing in Ghana.
Partnered the Government of Ghana to induct the National Child Online Protection Steering Committee.
Made a call for the review of the Children's Act of Ghana taking into concentration emerging issues of threat to children under the auspices of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection funded by The African Development Bank.
Received funding from Millicom Global (operating as TIGO Ghana) to run Child Online Protection Activities.
Established Partnership with Facebook, Tigo, MTN and Vodafone to mark Safer Internet Day.
Position paper on Child Online Protection in Ghana with funding from the Media Foundation for West Africa.
Celebrated Safer Internet Day in all 10 regions in Ghana.
Organized a hashtag campaign and Presented a position paper to the Vice President of the African Union Commission influencing the programme of ACERWC to consider Online Safety.
2nd Stakeholder Round Table on Child Online Protection in collaboration with World Vision.
Brand Partnership with Be Girl
Under the auspices of UNICEF and the Ministry of Gender Children and Social Protection wrote a paper on “Children’s Online Safety Concerns in Ghana” for Law And Development Associate (LADA)
J Initiative (JI-Ghana) evolved to Child Online Africa (COA)
Organized Safer Internet Day Africa 2019 with all 10 regions and across 12 African Countries with the support of other agencies. National Commission of Civic Education, Department of Children, World Vision, Facebook, MTN, VODAFONE and many others
Did a number of training consultant work on Child Online Protection for International Telecommunication Union and Africa Telecommunication Union
Hike4theChildOnline began in Kilimanjaro.
Partnership with DQ Institute
Partnership with Tactical Tech to localize the Data Detox Guide serving over 6,500 Africans.
African Digital Leaders programme was designed using DQ standards as the entry level requirement for a hybrid fellowship aimed at horning the digital citizenship skills of children and young people across Africa.
Coordinated Africa Safer Internet Day 2020 with ITU Regional Office for Africa. (5 regions + a number of African countries)
COA/ATU Africa Child Safety Roundtable
Safety By Design Q & A with the eSafety Commissioner of Australia.
Training Workshop on Online Safety for the National Youth Authority
Coordinated Africa Safer Internet Day 2021 with ITU Regional Office for Africa. (12 regions + a number of African Countries)