Riverside Foundation

Our Programs & Initiatives

Promote sustainable agriculture practices, provide training on modern farming techniques, and improve access to agricultural resources and markets to enhance food security and income generation for vulnerable communities.

Riverside Foundation is committed to promoting women’s empowerment as a crucial aspect of our work. We strive to address gender inequality, promote equal rights, and create opportunities for women to thrive. Through initiatives such as skills training, entrepreneurship support, and access to resources, we aim to empower women economically, socially, and politically. Our goal is to foster an environment where women can fully participate in decision-making processes, contribute to the economy, and lead positive change in their communities.

  • Provide medical outreach programs to underserved communities.
  • Collaborate with healthcare institutions to offer affordable and accessible healthcare services.
  • Conduct health education and awareness campaigns on preventive measures.

Address immediate needs by providing food, clean water, healthcare, and shelter to vulnerable communities in the Greater Accra Region.

Establish educational programs to improve agricultural literacy, provide vocational training, and enhance entrepreneurial skills among individuals involved in the agriculture sector.

Support individuals in starting and scaling their own businesses through entrepreneurship training, mentoring, and access to microfinance initiatives. This will create sustainable livelihoods, increase productivity, and stimulate economic growth.

  • SME Development: Foster the growth and development of small and medium-scale enterprises by providing business development services, access to finance, market information, and capacity-building support.

Engage with policymakers, stakeholders, and the community to advocate for policies that support agricultural development, poverty reduction, social welfare, and inclusive economic growth.

Collaborate with local farmers’ associations, agricultural organizations, government agencies, NGOs, corporate entities, and international partners to leverage resources, expertise, and funding to maximize the impact of our programs.