Collaborative Projects

ADDRO has identified, developed and implemented innovative development programmes in collaboration  with International partners in the past and present including Diakonia (Sweden), Sight Savers International (UK), Water AID (UK), Oxfam (UK), CORDAID (The Netherlands), Episcopal Relief and Development (USA), Anglican Relief Fund (USA),Trinity Grants (USA) and USAID/PMI (USA).

The Organization also has very strong working relationships with many agencies and institutions at the regional, district and community levels such as Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), National Commission on Civic Education (NCCE),  Ghana Education Service, Ghana Health Service, District Assemblies, Ministry of Women and Children Affairs and the media (print, radio and television) as well as Unit Committees, Associations, Area Councils, community leaders, religious bodies, Community based organizations and relevant NGOs.

The development achievements of ADDRO and its partners have been great, notable in the reduction of poverty, food insecurity, malnutrition, HIV/AIDS, malaria, water related diseases and gender -based discrimination as well as sight impairments .It is estimated that over one four million (4,000,000) people, particularly women and children, are impacted directly and indirectly by ADDRO’s development activities, which undoubtedly is improving the living conditions of the rural communities.”

ADDRO as a development organization is well respected for its choice and quality of development programmes and its collaboration with government and non governmental institutions. It is committed to excellence with a clear passion for delivering outstanding results. It has over 25 years of development experience with communities as well as the capacity and strength in working with communities and other stakeholders to realize a positive impact on the lives of Ghanaians.

The organization development philosophy is guided by the principles of sustainable human, social and economic developments. We believe that development is about emancipation, empowerment, awareness raising, capacity building, and providing opportunities for socio-economic improvement, which it has been addressing many years now.