• Empowering Adolescent
    through health education

    Creating a healthy community through sanitation and health education.

  • Empowering Adolescent Boys

    Engaging adolescent boys on reproductive health issues

  • Educating Adolescent on personal Hygien

    Engaging young Adolescents on how to take good care of their bodies especially during menstruation

Welcome to Girls Club Ghana

Girls club Ghana stands for integrity and hope to have an impact on the lives of people especially adolescent girls and young women, helping them to become resourceful through creativity and allaying misconception. We have been working in partnership with Individuals and Non-Profit Organizations. We also aim to educate girls and women on menstruation and menstrual hygiene materials.

Girls Empowerment

Empowering Girls

Empowering Adolescent Girls to break the cycle of poverty for families around the world.

Help for the Elderly

Assisting the Elderly

Providing health screening and consultation for the elderly in rural communities

Menstrual hygiene materials

Menstrual hygiene materials for adolescents

Providing adolescents with Menstrual hygiene materials that are sustainable for about 3 years.

We Work for

About Girls Club Ghana

What We Do

Girls Club Ghana is a female - lead NGO focusing on female empowerment. Our dream is to provide adolescent girls with the knowledge and resources to manage their themselves during menstruation. It is sited at Anyanui - Dzita Agbledomi in Anloga District of the Volta Region of Ghana.


  • Our aim is to educate adolescent girls on sensitive health related issues
  • empower young adolescent girls to express their views on menstruation and menstrual hygiene materials,
  • providing sustainable menstrual hygiene materials to use during menstruation and empowering adolescents to become self-reliant by equipping them with requisite skills, knowledge and avenue that promote self-confident and sustainable activities.

Girls Club Ghana stands for integrity and hope, giving adolescent girls the resources and understanding they need to manage their menstrual hygiene. We also aim to allay misconceptions and mythical notions about adolescent female child education and educating them on changes during Puberty including menstruation.


Partnering with other local and international communities to:-

  • providing and educating the adolescent girls on menstrual hygiene materials
  • Identify and solve educational problems that adolescent girls face
  • Reduce the high rate of teenage pregnancy through education.
  • Encourage self- reliance among adolescent girls

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At the onset of this year 2022, We have started a Social Enterprise also by registering it with the Company Registrar General of Ghana bearing Registration number BN924011121 which produces Coconut & Ginger Flakes. The objective of this Social Enterprise is to create job opportunities for women & young girls. Currently 2 young girls are being permanently employed. The products produced by this Social Enterprise are of high quality & has been approved by the Food & Drug Authority of Ghana. By the close of this year we aim to employ around 10 young women as we are also looking forward to export the products.


We are having wide experienced and specialized training with Health Professionals like government registered Nurses and Midwives to give Health talks to create awareness among young people for the betterment of our society.


  • 50 People

  • 1 Hour
  • Puberty
  • Menstruation
  • Teenage Pregnancy
  • Sexually Transmited Infections


  • 100 People
  • 2 Hours

  • Puberty
  • Menstruation
  • Teenage Pregnancy
  • Sexually Transmited Infections


  • 150+ People
  • 3 Hours

  • Puberty
  • Menstruation
  • Teenage Pregnancy
  • Sexually Transmited Infections