Girls in Ghanaian Schools are always confronted with a number of challenges. They are sometimes forced to cope with gender discrimination, sexual abuse and corporal punishment.
The Ministry of Education and Ghana Education Service have partnered Plan International, Ghana to launch a programme dubbed "Making Ghanaian Girls Great" ( MGCubed). The Trainer of Trainers of the programme has kicked off in some Districts and Municipalities in the Oti Region.
One District Education Public Relations Officer in the Oti Region wrote: "God morning my noble Headteachers. Please, get your teachers ready for the" Making Ghanaian Girls Great" ( MGCubed) training workshop. The Trainer of Trainers programme has commenced. The training would be in cohorts. Training for the first cohort is scheduled to start next week Monday, 11th October, 2021 at the District Education Office".
Making Ghanaian Girls Great is aimed at empowering young girls to be self reliant in all endeavours of their lives. MGCubed will enhance literacy in rural communities through distance learning with aid of solar-powered and satellite technologies.
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