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EDUCATION

Whose fault is it? Teachers or Parents or Peer Pressure of some SHS girls lifestyle on social media.

Girl child education has become so important in our modern world. Over the past years or in the past most parents refused to give their female children proper education because they always said the girl will marry and leave home. At certain ages, most parents gave deadlines to find a husband or leave the house which seen to be very absurd on our modern times since education has come to stay. In our modern world, most girls education are fully funded by some NGO's such as CAMFED due to the notion that some p

  1 year ago ago
Whose fault is it? Teachers or Parents or Peer Pressure of some SHS girls lifestyle on social media.

EDUCATION

CAMFED draws attention of education policy makers, stakeholders to enhance Learner Guide Programme

CAMFED, has coordinated an open day at Mankesssim, in the Focal Locale to sharpen training strategy producers, understudies and different partners on its "Student Guide" program. The Student Guide Program is intended to empower inspirational facilitators to visit schools with a 'self-advancement educational plan' named: "My Better World" to motivate and empower understudies to take mindful choices for their future and make fruitful post-school advances.

  3 months ago ago
CAMFED draws attention of education policy makers, stakeholders to enhance Learner Guide Programme

PARENTING

How Girls Education Is Way Of Protection Against Child Marriages

Giving Compass’ Take: • Lucy Sherriff explains how girls’ education can ward against child marriage, a common problem with enormous consequences for women, communities, and countries.• How can funders help to increase access to quality education for girls?

  10 months ago ago
How Girls Education Is Way Of Protection Against Child Marriages

EDUCATION

The Best Way To Judge The worth Of Education In The Youth In Ghana

Ghana has to invest in the most marginalised and disadvantaged youths to create more equality in our society. Ghana aims at becoming a middle income country in 2020 continues to receive praises from the international media for its impressive progress. Ghanaians are wondering of the progress is offering any better educational and work opportunities to the disadvantaged youths. A visit to the northern part of the country to see the factual things on the ground as a way to judge the efforts in improving Ghanaians

  1 year ago ago
The  Best  Way  To  Judge  The  worth  Of Education  In  The  Youth  In  Ghana