Who We Are
Pro-link envisions a world free from all discrimination with equal opportunities for all disadvantaged persons.
To empower and advocate with disadvantaged persons especially women and girls to uphold their human rights and improve their health, education and socio-economic status.
Pro-link is a non-governmental organization (NGO) established in Ghana in 1993 but started full operations in 2000. Starting from a small beginning, Pro-link aims at making people at the grass-root the main authors of their own development. Pro-link currently operates in 12 out of the 16 regions in Ghana. We 7 projects currently running.
Pro-link has worked in partnership with key stakeholders (MOH, Ghana Health Service, Social welfare, local Government Institutions) and development partners such as, USAID/SHARP, USAID/FHI 360/SHARPER/LINKAGES, USAID/BCS/JHU, USAID/John Snow Incorporated (JSI), GLOBAL FUND/ADRA/ALCO, UNAIDS, UNHCR, AWDF, GAC, EU, DFID, Plan International, CIDA, DANIDA, eni Foundation among others in many Districts in 12 Regions (Ashanti, Oti, Bono, Bono East, Central, Eastern, Greater Accra, Volta, Northern, Savannah, Ahafo and Western).
We are committed to serving our constituents through an integrated approach using participatory approaches that allow people to engage in dialogue for development. Our approaches include Participatory Learning and Action (PLA), SBCC, Stepping Stones Methodology, Social Mobilization, Social Engagement & Social Accountability, Gender mainstreaming, Advocacy, Capacity building and Research, to promote MNCH; fight HIV/AIDS/TB; prevent malaria; promote FP, Nutrition, Water and Sanitation, SRHR among vulnerable groups, key populations and general population.
Pro-link bases the work it does on a foundation of values and believes. These form our commitment to our target population. We believe in: