Implemented a campaign to promote peace before, during and after elections in Ghana. This project was under the One Young World - Wake Up Call Ghana initiative. Approximately 1,200 people were exposed to the message of peace and the prevention of (post-) election violence through activities ranging from social media campaigns and peace walk.

The organization joined the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) and representatives attended the maiden launch of the Global Youth Initiative to empower youth globally to create sustainable development solutions, Paris, France, 4 June 2015.

The organization conducted a community consultation on organic farming practices with 30 smallholder farmers in the rural farming community of Gomoa Amoanda a suburb in Gomoa Buduatta - Gomoa District of the Central Region.

The organization organized a community sensitization event in partnership with the SWAP Campus Club of Ghana Christian University College to promote the need to manage water efficiently at Nzulezu a community with about 450 inhabitants in the Jomoro District of the Western Region of Ghana.

Partnered the Global Fund for Women and UN Women by being a featured signer and promoting the petition to end the gender technology gap and demand equal access to and control of technology for women and girls worldwide, from 2015.

Coordinated a health outreach project on the theme "Kick Out Malaria through Health Education and Soccer" to observe the Global Youth Service Day (GYSD) in Ghana. Resulting in a turnout of. Soccer, free health screening and community dialogues were the advocacy tools used in reaching 350 beneficiaries in the three communities the project was implemented.