Key Achievements
1. CFF-Ghana played a catalytic role in anti-vigilantism campaign using innovative networking approach resulting in the passage of the Anti-Vigilantism Bill into law by the government of Ghana.

2. Used local media platforms which have broader public audience to campaign on strengthening of state institutions to be efficient and this resulted in reforms at some state institutions such as the Electoral Commission (EC) of Ghana. For instance in 2019, we advocated for the EC to reduce the number of voters per a polling station and this led to the creation of additional polling stations across the country to ensure transparency during polls.

3. In 2020, we contributed immensely through media sensitization and community engagements during the outbreak of COVID-19 to complement government efforts. We have also successfully monitored and reported on the implementation of Government’s Emergency Response to COVID-19 in four (4) selected communities in Ho West District located in the Volta Region of Ghana.

4. Through our Anti-Corruption Campaigns, government of Ghana has abrogated some unpopular agreements including the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) Concession Agreement with Power Distribution Services (PDS) Ghana which was a major scandal of corruption.

5. Between March and August, 2019, our public speaking educational improvement project at Ga West and North Municipalities have mentored over 500 students directly to become assertive public speakers on gender and leadership issues.

6. Since we started our vigorous media campaigns on illegal mining in 2017, the government of Ghana has decided to reclaim degraded mining sites in Ghana to a condition suitable for the pre-operational uses such as crop and animal farming, forestry, wildlife habitat, infrastructural development and the creation of diverse agro-industries for job creation and poverty reduction. Furthermore, the Government’s Green Ghana Project will plant over five (5) million trees within a year and also restore the polluted rivers in mining areas in the country which will open up the potential for water resources development, including domestic water, drinking and industrial uses.