The Centre for Capacity Improvement for the Wellbeing of the Vulnerable (CIWED), with funding support from Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) has officially launched the Women’s Voice and Leadership Project in the Nantong District and Savelugu Municipality. The project seeks to increase the effective participation of women in decision-making roles and in leadership positions as well. It also seeks to empower women to have access to and control of resources. Inaugurating the project, the District Social Welfare Directors of Nantong Savelugu as well as the heads teachers of the selected schools welcomed the project and pledged the support of the assemblies and the Ghana education Service to the success of the project. On his part, the Executive Director of CIWED, Mr. Baako Abdul-Fatawu assured the stakeholders of his outfit’s continuous engagement and consultation throughout the project life span. He also thanked OSIWA for the confidence reposed on his organisation and assured to deliver as expected.