COVID-19 Stimulus Package: Validation of Private Schools for payment begins

As part of government’s efforts to support Businesses Amid COVID-19 through the Coronavirus Alleviation Program (CAP), Ghana National Council of private schools (GNACOPS} is currently validating potential Private School Operators who have applied for the support through the Council.

The process is ongoing on in all the Regional and National secretariat of GNACOPS across the Country.

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Successful and valid applicants are assisted therefore to fill NBSSI APPLICATION FORMS both Hardcopies and online.

About the Package

The Ministry of Finance called for the February payment Voucher of all pre-tertiary private school teachers.

The need for the call for the vouchers is to support the pre-tertiary private school teachers as part of government’s stimulus packages for private schools in the wake of the closure of schools due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

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In a letter dated April 20, 2020, the leadership of the Ghana National Council of Private Schools has asked its members to as a matter of urgency, submit a certified Scanned hardcopy and soft copy in excel form of their February Pay Vouchers to [email protected] latest by Wednesday,22nd April 2020.

The Package List

The Ghana National Council of Private Schools -GNACOPS has released a list of schools who applied for stimulus-package through Gnacops.

The Director of International Relations/Business Cooperation of the Council Mr Steve Revss confirmed that, as part of measures taken to present credible information of schools to the State and other international donor organisations which he is currently negotiating with, the council has engaged the services of state agencies to verify any and every bit of information various schools have sent to the private schools’ council.

“We have received over 6,000 applications from schools whose desire is to access part of the Government’s stimulus package/financial support and it is within our mandate to probe further to ascertain the authenticity of provided information presented to the Council so that Government will be in a good position to approve every school that meets the requirements of a school in good standing”

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