Education alarm in Ghana where 400,000 children are still out of school despite the West African country’s efforts to provide education for all. According to a report by the Ghana Education Service (GES) presented to Tamale, it is mainly children between 16 and 11 who stay at home while those between 8 and 11 have a poor education and many of them have lost interest to attend classes. Associations like ours are committed to solving this problem but WE NEED YOU, WE NEED YOUR HELP.
Even though basic education is accessible to all children in Ghana, there are unfortunately over 400,000 children out of school. Many of them have access problems because they live in remote communities. There is also a cultural and social problem, in fact in these villages the interest in raising children is not very developed and many of the children work in bar shops or are street vendors.
This is something that is common across Africa. Although important progress has been made in recent decades towards the ratification and implementation of the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child, many children are still denied the fundamental right to education. Thousands of girls suffer descriptions and cannot access due to a very early pregnancy, a forced marriage or the will of her family, contrary to school attendance.
THE PROBLEM OF EDUCATION IN AFRICA CONCERN EVERYBODY. Poverty has had a devastating impact on the teaching and education of students around the world. A country that lags behind in securing the right to education hinders the global process of respecting human rights.
The Ryvanz-Mia Childcare has established a pre-school, Hope Memorial School, in Kpando geared towards giving children academic excellence. Ryvanz-Mia Childcare subscribes to the assertion increased access to education can contribute to reducing poverty. However, we cannot do everything by ourselves.You can help us DONATING, BE A VOLUNTEER AND PARTNER. HELP US TO GROW THE WOMEN AND MEN OF THE FUTURE