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Africa to review Agenda 2030 For Children as Accra hosts The Ghanaian Child Summit And Awards



In 2015, world leaders acknowledged the severity of epidemic levels of violence against children and committed to end all forms of violence and exploitation of children by 2030 as part of the Sustainable Development Goals in Agenda 2030, few years after the commitment by world leaders, the Pan African Leadership and Entrepreneurship Development Centre (PALEDEC) has concluded plans to host the Ghanaian Child Summit and Awards in September with the theme: The 2030 Agenda for Children: Looking backward, looking forward

The goals of this Summit are: to review the progress of the agenda in Ghana and renew the commitment of relevant stakeholders in Ghana to end violence against children by 2030, in line with the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target 16.2

The Summit also sought to showcase and celebrate by giving recognition through the conferment of awards of excellence to Ghanaian Children within the ages of 5-17 years old who have displayed outstanding bravery and inspire other children with their measurable achievements in different fields.

The Summit will bring together government ministers, UN leaders, youth delegates and representatives of the private sector, media gurus, civil society and religious groups for the high-level conference on ending violence against children.

Similar Summit to review the Agenda was held by PALEDEC in Nigeria where high profile stakeholders identified and proffer solutions to the challenges to child development.


The Pan African Leadership and Entrepreneurship Development Centre is a community-focused Leadership, social entrepreneurship and capacity development charitable organization founded as a global initiative which has directly impacted over 9,000 people through its various programmes by putting them on the path to self-sufficiency and economic productivity while fostering community resilience. ]]>