TfSC is an innovative Ghanaian not-for-profit organization that promotes sustainable social and behavior change communication (SBCC) to create positive and healthy attitudinal changes for the desirable wellbeing of people. TfSC empowers people’s attitudinal and behavioral change through interactive theatre by allowing them to examine their own attitudes, practices, socio-cultural environment, and behavior patterns of other people around them. TfSC mobilizes donor and private funding to deliver innovative capacity-building interventions that enhance the knowledge, effectiveness, self-reliance and sustainability of people and communities in Ghana.
TfSC believes that real social change begins with individuals and communities reflecting on their own values, beliefs, and practices to build knowledge and skills to develop confidence and assertiveness to enable them to make informed choices and access services to influence desirable changes.
This belief forms the bedrock of TfSC’s designed innovative interactive theatre methodology with SBCC REACH Model. Its uniqueness rises above most NGOs in Ghana that engage in social behavior change and communication and social development initiatives. The methodology emotionally helps people to rediscover that they already have some experience which is good enough for further exploration to elicit the best solution at low or no cost. It is suitable to
Simply described, TfSC’s innovative interactive theatre can help
To have resilient, informed, and empowered communities, especially women, girls, and youth, with the self-confidence to improve their well-being.
To promote the empowerment of all people, to sustainably transform their lives and communities through health, education, economic livelihood, and child protection and rights programs through interactive theatre and other participatory approaches.
TfSC believes that real social change begins with individuals and communities reflecting on their own values, beliefs and practices to build knowledge and skills to develop confidence and assertiveness to enable them make informed choices and access services to influence desirable changes.
This belief forms the bedrock of TfSC’s designed innovative interactive theatre methodology with SBCC REACH Model. Its uniqueness rises above most NGOs in Ghana that engage in social behaviour change and communication as well as social development initiatives.
It is the initial process of acquiring relevant knowledge and baseline information on targeted communities’ socio-economic situations, beliefs, practices, and behaviors including gaps to tailor suitable delivery services and interventions for desirable reforms and changes in their own experience.
Behaviour Change Training and Capacity Development Workshops
TfSC empowers and engages people, communities, service providers, and stakeholders in physical and experiential activities and builds their skills, abilities, resources, and confidence to improve their performance, quality of services, and service delivery at individual and group levels. TfSC organizes tailored training and capacity-building workshops for selected community volunteers/change agents with REACH Model, interactive theatre, and technical knowledge skills on various public programs and social issues to do focus-group discussions and peer education for various community engagements before mirroring the issues through drama. Building
Interactive Theatre for Participatory Community and People Empowerment
TfSC develops a dialogue with interested groups such as the targeted audience, parents, opinion leaders and service providers including policymakers to be directly involved to find practical solutions to their issues, concerns, and challenges through theatre performances.
TfSC builds partnerships, relationships, and alliances among government agencies and CSOs as it campaigns for policy reforms through policy dialogue platforms. TfSC often organizes communities and public officials on issues related to health, education, livelihood, child protection, human rights, gender equality, and social inclusion as well as cultural norms, beliefs, practices, and attitudes for desirable change.
TfSC is governed by a Board of Directors composed of professionals who have a broad experience in development work in Ghana. The Board contributes to networking, resource mobilisation and the overall strategic direction of TfSC.
TfSC has eleven (11) full-time employees consisting of the Executive Director, Director of Programmes, Programme Coordinator, Coordinator for Monitoring Evaluation Learning and Research, Finance and Administrative Manager, and Programme Officers. They are responsible for the day-to-day operations and the successful implementation of projects. The field coordinators maintain relationships with over 500 community volunteers and leaders and coordinate with partners in the government offices at various levels.
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