I commend GLOMEF on the strongest possible terms. I am an academic researcher and have commissioned (and also partnered) with this organisation for research activities, community sensitisation and rights awareness projects over the last 5 years. GLOMEF and the founder / executive director Rapheal's commitment to democratic values such as accountability, equality, freedom of expression and transparency are consistent with those of a reputable, world-class organisation. I have witnessed their many successes on issues such as children’s rights, gender equality issues and broader human rights advocacy throughout our collaborations. GLOMEF has attained these achievements by maximising relatively modest funding, personnel and material resources. I am of the view that with further financial support, they will have an even greater impact on social justice and democracy in Ghana, especially in the Brong Ahafo region where they are based. I endorse them wholeheartedly!
Glomef has rescued a lot a lot of children from child labour from Coacoa growing communities in the Brong Ahafo region, impacted a lot of adolescence girls including family members. The organisation has stayed in relevance of for the people of Brong Ahafo Region and Ghana. Its innovative Community Advocacy and engagement has empowered many vulnerable groups in various communities and has impacted more young women and girls to reach to their aspirations. I have benefited from it community empowerment and Governance program in 2009 which gave me the opportunity to have a strong relationship with my District Assemblies where I always report my community challenges to and participate in it town hall meetings to demand accountability of the activities of the Municipal Assembly. Many of same from different communities has benefited same from the organisations varying projects spanning from sexual reproductive health rights and gender base violence, Governance and Community empowerment and human right protection.