To transform Ghana is our mission. Every action we take in the Peace Campaign is to transform our peaceful country to ensure our success. One youth at a time, our strategy is simple: we stand for the possibility of Ghana; we create the space to have all youth of Ghana see for themselves that it is possible to maintain peace in their schools, communities, churches, mosques and in their own lives. By engaging young people across the country, we hope to ensure a prosperous future for all.
Transform Africa Think Tank Network Report presented to: African Union, Economic Community of West African States, United Nations Development Programme, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, and USAID TOPIC: DO WE HAVE TO BLAME AFRICAN POVERTY ON OUTSIDE FACTORS...read more
Strengthening sustainable programmes for peace should be a key area for the current government to reduce youth unemployment.The founding president of Transform Ghana Peace Project, Mr. Steven Blessing Ackah, on Friday 24th February 2017 released a policy brief to the...read more
TAKE UP THE YOUTH EMPLOYMENT MANTLE-A MESSAGE TO: IGNATIUS BAFFOUR AWUAH, MINISTER-DESIGNATE FOR EMPLOYMENT AND LABOUR RELATIONS Founding President Steven Blessing Ackah of Transform Ghana Peace Project, a Youth Think Tank Organisation that focuses on youth education...read more
Finalisation of Peace Project 2016 - Declarations & Recommendations Our first year of operations for the Peace Project came to a close in 2016 with finalisation of the general elections in Ghana. Below, please find our final words on this published in a PDF...read more
We are one people; one nation seeking one unique goal. Keep Ghana number 1.
In such manner, agencies in charge of ensuring peace should mitigate the potential for violence by ensuring proper procedure in solving such challenge. In this way, war will be far from Ghana and we will continue to live in peace.
Elections play a significant role in peace processes since they are widely viewed as the main method of achieving a peaceful resolution to political controversies.
Elections are the means to achieve broader goals. They are powerful tools. However, if goals such as reconciliation and democratization are the real purpose for holding an election, then let all citizens exercise their rights without discriminating, undermining or preventing them from voting.
This manifests in our lives as Peace which is the most efficient way to ensure success in 2016.
Every day, let this BELIEF gravitate towards you and one day, people will affirm that paradise can one day be realized – one day soon in Ghana.