Project Videos

These videos detail the cross-sector collaboration model being pioneered in Old Fadama, the largest urban slum in Accra, Ghana. The cross-sector collaboration formed in February 2015 between the city and the Old Fadama community to address complex challenges such as lack of sanitation, adequate housing, and education. In this video, stakeholders discuss the cross-sector collaboration model and demonstrate our innovative stakeholder platform, which allows the government to work with transparency and provide a voice for citizens to take part in resolving challenges that affect them.

The stakeholders created a sanitation plan, securing funding and permitting for community latrines in Old Fadama. The plan was adopted by local businesses, freeing up the stakeholders to create a new strategy. While still in its infancy, this video demonstrates the strength and scalability of the cross-sector collaboration model to address systemic issues in global health.


"Change Agents: Applying Cross-Sector Collaboration" (2017)

Our Change Agents: Applying Cross-Sector Collaboration video received an Honorable Mention in the 5th annual CUGH-Pulitzer Global Health Video Competition: Innovations in Global Health category, which showcases a high impact innovation in global health. It was featured throughout the 2018 conference - see more on the CUGH website and monthly newsletter.

Insider view of Collaboration in Action:

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Partners in Government Agencies

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Tribal Leader Involvement


Working with Local NGOs

Snapshots from the Field: