BOOTCAMP IN FANTEAKWA

BOOTCAMP IN FANTEAKWA

Teachers on the Ghana Reads Programme in Fanteakwa on the 31st of July 2015 benefited from a one-day boot camp on literacy organized by OLE Ghana with support from World Vision Ghana, Fanteakwa ADP. The camp was held at Busosu Presbyterian school. It started with a general assembly of all participants at exactly 9.15 am. The Opening Prayer at the assembly was said by the host head. In his opening remarks, the Director of OLE Ghana indicated...

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OLE Ghana Officially Marks The End Of Ghana Reads Pilot In Ga-West

OLE Ghana Officially Marks The End Of Ghana Reads Pilot In Ga-West

To mark the end of the Ghana Reads pilot programme in Ga-West, OLE Ghana has at a small ceremony handed over the Ghana Reads Programme to the Ga-West Municipality. This was done to not only mark the end of the two-year pilot but to also ensure that the Ga-West Municipal office and education directorate as well as the schools take over the running, sustainability and expansion of the programme in the municipality. Present at the handing over...

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GHANA READS DEPLOYED IN KRACHI WEST

GHANA READS DEPLOYED IN KRACHI WEST

As part of the contract signed with World Vision Ghana, OLE Ghana was tasked to deploy Ghana Reads to four schools in Krachi West. These four schools are Kwaakue D/A primary school, Kpatchu D/A primary school, Abujuro D/A primary school and Gyengyen D/A primary school, all found in Krachi West. Like all Ghana Reads deployment, the OLE Ghana team spent a week from the 22nd to the 29th of February 201 in Krachi West to administer the initial...

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OLE Ghana Deploys in Two More World Vision Supported schools in Sekyere East

OLE Ghana Deploys in Two More World Vision Supported schools in Sekyere East

OLE Ghana in with the help of World Vision Ghana has deployed the Ghana Reads Programme in two more schools in the Sekyere East District of Ghana. This brings the total number of schools on the Ghana Reads Programme in Sekyere East to four schools. The news two schools that have been brought on board are Nyamfa Salvation Army primary school and Odurokrom Primary school. The OLE Ghana teams spent a week from 26th of January to 30th January in...

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Managing of The Ghana Reads Programme: The Post All Children Reading (ACR) Sponsored phase

Managing of The Ghana Reads Programme: The Post All Children Reading (ACR) Sponsored phase

The All Children Reading (ACR) sponsored component of the Ghana Reads program officially came to an end in December 2014. The ACR program was carried out in 20 schools in Greater Accra and Ashanti Regions. OLE Ghana has been meeting with stakeholders to start actualizing the post ACR phase of the program. One of such meetings took place at Ga West Municipality where the program has 15 schools. Under the arrangements being made for the post ACR...

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Ghana Reads Receives International Recognition

Ghana Reads Receives International Recognition

Open Learning Exchange Ghana is proud to share with the world the news of its Ghana Reads programme becoming a runner up in the first ever African content award, an initiative of the World Summit Awards in the education category out of over 400 applicants. Thus director of OLE Ghana was at the 2nd Ministerial Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation in Africa, organized by the African Development Bank, from October 14th to 17th, 2014 in...

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