The Regional Advisory Information and Network Systems (RAINS) is a Ghanaian registered non-governmental organization that is committed to promoting the rights of the marginalized in society. Formed in 1993, RAINS has a long history of work to improve the lives of deprived communities and sections of the society. From initial extensions and in-depth engagement with communities, government agencies and civil society groups, the organization pioneered interactions in advancing girl child education, child labour, and the empowerment of women and girls.
RAINS has grown into an important actor in environmental governance and enhancing livelihood options programmes delivery. RAINS beneficiary communities over the years have witnessed the provision of services in the areas such as; reducing child labor and exploitation, livelihoods enhancement, reproductive health and the promotion of traditional leadership in democratic governance. RAINS adopts integrated and multidisciplinary approaches in a manner that provides linkage between the deprived and duty bearers and addresses problems in a holistic way.