Ghana: The success story of the complementary basic education program so far | Global Partnership for Education

Ghana: The success story of the complementary basic education program so far

|Source: Modern Ghana|
While reading more and better is important, children must also have a fun experience and a place where they can share ideas about the books they are reading. Ghana. Credit: Worldreader

The Global Partnership for Education, along with other partners, supports the complementary basic education (CBE) program in Ghana, which aims to reach 200,000 out-of-school children (at least 50% of girls) from 2012 to 2018. 

Read the article in Modern Ghana

Sub-Saharan Africa: Ghana

Media contact

Alexandra Humme
Senior Communications Specialist
+1 202 458 5511

Latest news

Kano state in Nigeria received US$27 million out of US$100 million in grant GPE awarded to the country. 41,691 girls in primary school from 12 localities in the state have been awarded N45,000 each...
Weak infrastructure, poor hygiene and low teaching quality have decreased the quality of education in Malawi since 1994 when primary school became free. With greater government involvement and...
The current U.S. spending bill in the House is restoring funding for health and development programs to fiscal year 2017 levels.