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. 

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