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GHANA NATIONAL EDUCATION CAMPAIGN COALITION

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-Shelly A. Nunez

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-Joseph R. Spence

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-Pamela M. Blevins

“Enroll is very unique in terms of the social academic environment.”

-Joseph R. Spence

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Upcoming Events

Diversity, fragmentation and inequality

An analysis of care and education in early childhood (Adrián Rozengart). The map of early childhood care and education is a dynamic place in constant transformation. A segment of this map is formed by the institutions of the pre-primary level within.

World OMEP

Technical Work

GNECC participated in a two-day technical working committee meeting to review the zero draft of the Safe School policy for Pre-tertiary Education in Ghana.

Ghana Education Service Ministry of Education

Unesco Ghana Support

GNECC Greater Accra chapter with support from Unesco Ghana participated in the #BacktoSchool campaign training organized by the Adentan Municipality Education directorate at the Fafraha Community Senior High School.

Fafraha
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Latest News

  • HURDS Foundation

    HURDS Foundation, a member of GNECC Western regional chapter, embarked on a Back to school campaign at Daboase in the Wassa East district in the WR. The Girl Child Coordinator disclosed during the market storm that 45 girls got pregnant as a result of closure of schools in the district, and 35 have put to birth. A parent told the team that her child is still at home because of the Covid phobia

  • Digitalisation of education

    The digitalisation of education will continue even post COVID-19. Embracing this thought and taking critical steps to salvage the situation, especially for countries without the enabling technologies, should be key for every government, to ensure that no child is left behind.

  • Free Wi-Fi introduction

    I can happily announce that 90% of Senior High Schools in the country have been connected to free Wi-Fi. The challenge now is how to replicate that in the Junior High schools as the Education Ministry seeks to introduce blended learning (a mixture of virtual learning and face to face) and so we will need to put in place the infrastructure to support such. It is one of our priority areas.

Shows

Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection

-GIRLZ GIRLZ POWER TALK SHOW

It is themed: ASSERTIVENESS AND EMPOWERMENT OF GIRLS: PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR ADOLESCENT GIRLS AND BOYS TO SPEAK UP AND EXPRESS THEIR VOICES TO DEMAND FOR THEIR RIGHTS

All-Africa Students UNION

Digitalisation of education

The digitalisation of education will continue even post COVID-19. Embracing this thought and taking critical steps to salvage the situation, especially for countries without the enabling technologies, should be key for every government, to ensure that no child is left behind.