President Akuffo Addo is expected to launch a $218.7million learning project for some 10,000 Least Performing Basic Schools across the country on Thursday, June 18, 2020.
The project, known as the Ghana Accountability for Learning Outcomes Projects (GALOP) shall be launched at the Jubilee House in Accra.
The project is jointly funded by the World Bank, Department for International Development (DfID), and Global Partnerships for Education (GPE).
In a statement issued by the Ministry of Education on Wednesday, June 17, 2020, GALOP is a 5-year results-based financing project, with the disbursement of Project Funds to the Ministry of Education being contingent on the achievement of pre-determined results.
The Statement further indicated that the objective of GALOP is to improve the quality of education in low performing basic education schools and strengthen the education sector equity and accountability in Ghana.
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The Project is targeted at the 10,000 least performing Basic Schools (Kindergarten, Primary, and Junior High) across the country as well as special schools with direct interventions.
GALOP aims to support the Ministry of Education’s Education Strategic Plan (ESP 2018-2030), which has quality, access, equity, sustainability, and relevance as its key priority areas in order to provide equitable access to quality basic education to all Ghanaians.
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