RoyalAid Foundation

Service to humanity

At RoyalAid, we support men’s positive involvement in addressing policies that perpetuate gender inequalities.


HELMS (He Empowering Lot More She's)

RoyalAid Foundation holistically empowers the boy child in all aspects and give more attention and priority to his survival, wellbeing and protection on the road to progress and development.
Our HELMS project brings men together, groom men to understand the needs of the girl child to empower more women.

HIM (Hope In Men) Initiative

Society has painted the boy-child to figure out their life; they do not need support because they are men. They are not supposed to cry, lament or lack anything. These stipulations upon the boy child have bred weak, unstable, rough and disrespectful men.

11 October marks the International Day of the Girl Child, a day dedicated to girls’ empowerment and fulfilment of girls’ rights. On this day, RoyalAid Foundation wishes to renew our commitment to groom males to understand the girl child’s needs and empower more women. The investment in women- and girl-led movements will pave the way for democratic stability and good governance. The theme for this year’s International Day of the Girl Child is “Digital generation. Our generation.” This is a reasonable time for every individual to create equal access to the internet and digital devices for girls’ and facilitate opportunities for girls’ to safely access and create digital innovations.

In this era of technology, let’s resolve to come together as a nation to digitally educate people on the wide range of challenges that faces the girlchild, such as female genital mutilation, rape, sexual harassment, internet bully among others. Lets us desist from victimising girls through the production, distribution and consumption of sexual abuse material. In recent times, there has been a rise in rates of gender-based violence, such as cyberbullying. On online platforms, children may be exposed to hate speech and violent content – including messages that incite self-harm.

Through our He Empowering Lots More Shes (HELMS Initiative), we shall continuously provide educational support and entrepreneurial skills to teenage mothers and create real social and economic opportunities for all girls. As a “He for She Empowerment’ organisation, we shall continue to empower boys and guide them to stand in solidarity with women to create a bold, visible and united force for gender equality.

Dr S.K Frimpong

What we stand for

Royal Aid Foundation is Socio-Health based NGO with a focus on health, education, Entrepreneurial Skills Development, Boychild empowerment, Poverty Eradication. Our vision is to educate and assist people in recognizing their worth and enhancing their value.

We transform the lives of people and communities by investing in health, local solutions, strengthening leadership, and building movements.

At RoyalAid, we support men’s positive involvement in addressing policies that perpetuate gender inequalities.

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