Health

We are committed to enhancing the well-being of the communities we serve.

Economic Empowerment

We empower women through Saving for Transformation groups (VSLA)

Education

We invest in education, provide capacity-building opportunities and more.

Empowerment

We are on a mission to empower children, women, girls, and marginalized individuals within our operational communities.

Who We Are.

Empowering Lives, Building a Brighter Future

Welcome to Sung Foundation Ghana (SUFOD), a local Non-Governmental Organization dedicated to making a positive impact in the Northern Regions of Ghana. At SUFOD, we are on a mission to empower children, women, girls, and marginalized individuals within our operational communities. 

Our commitment to reducing poverty, ensuring equal rights, and enhancing the dignity of all is at the core of everything we do.

Our Focus Areas

Gender and Women Economic Empowerment

We empower women through Saving for Transformation groups (VSLA), fostering financial independence and economic growth.

Agriculture, Climate Change, and Food Security

We work towards sustainable agriculture, combating climate change, and ensuring food security in our operational regions.

Health, Nutrition, and WASH

We are committed to enhancing the well-being of the communities we serve by focusing on health, nutrition, and Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) programs.

Education, Capacity Building, and Child Protection

We invest in education, provide capacity-building opportunities, and champion child protection to secure a brighter future for the youth.

Featured Projects

Where We Work.

We're currently working in

Background
Northern Region
Upper West Region
Upper East Region

15

Completed Projects

87

Communities Impacted

5000+

People Benefited

Success Stories.

Empowering Women Through VSLAs

Meet Amina, a resilient woman from the Northern Region of Ghana, who has seen her life transform, thanks to the Gender and Women Economic Empowerment program at Sung Foundation Ghana.

Amina’s journey began in a small, remote village where opportunities for women to earn a livelihood were scarce. With limited access to education and no financial independence, Amina’s future looked uncertain. However, her life took a turn for the better when she was introduced to Sung Foundation’s Saving for Transformation groups (VSLAs).

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News & Updates

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Advocacy on Solar Energy for Domestic Use

Using funds from Gower Street, the Sung Foundation carried out five major initiatives in some selected communities in Ghana’s Northern…

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Addressing Menstrual Health and Hygiene: A Plea for Tax Relief on Sanitary Products

In a bid to promote menstrual health and hygiene among girls in schools, Hajia Fati Seidu Tambro, the Executive Director…

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