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Our Origin Story

We Believe in Women

I Believe Global was born in 2020 out of a passion for empowering and helping women realize their dreams and advance in life. I Believe Global is an international organization committed to the global goals of the UN, creating impactful and innovative initiatives for women in sub-Saharan Africa in support of the UN  to achieve real progress on SDG 5. We strive towards advancing gender equality across education, health, politics, and across all forms of economic participation.  As nations and leaders adopting best practices for the current sustainable development goals, At 'I Believe Global', we are committed to action to accelerate the pace of change towards the advancement of gender equity through holistic initiatives. We, therefore want to encourage women everywhere to step out with bold confidence and commit to action. With focus, faith, will-power, discipline, commitment, resourcefulness, perseverance, vision, growth, love, wisdom, courage, creativity, innovation, strategic thinking, and the ability to take action, the world is going to see the unveiling of women leading to provide solutions to worldwide problems in the decades ahead.


The pursuit of personal and groups’ rights and interests has become pivotal in current discussions on social justice, diversity, equity and inclusivity. Such themes have become especially strident, given the abundance of information, and potent international and country – specific regulatory and policy framework. The presence of a strong civil society and a vibrant media landscape offer additional impetus for taking concrete action to ensure that personal rights and liberties are given the needed focus and action.

Sustainable Development Goals

The SDGs were set in 2015 by the United Nations General Assembly and are intended to be achieved by the year 2030. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are a
collection of 17 interlinked global goals designed by the United Nations to be a “blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.” Overall, the SDGs aim to:

Global Stage

On the global stage, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly SDG Goal 5, UN Women, The Beijing conference, among others set the tone for internationalization of women’s rights and interests.


In Ghana, Article 17(1) and (2) of the 1992 Constitution guarantees gender equality and freedom of women and men, girls and boys from discrimination based on social or economic status among others.

Ghana’s National Gender Policy has an overarching goal of mainstreaming gender equality concerns into the national development processes by improving the social, legal, civic, political, economic, and socio cultural conditions of the people of Ghana particularly women, girls, children, the vulnerable and people with special needs; persons with disability and the marginalized

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