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Opdrachtgever: Edukans

Wanneer: juni – September 2015

Onderwerp: Ghana STAR school model

Case study: Improving access and quality education in Ghana through the STAR-school model

In 2012, the Alliance for Strengthening Education Ghana (ASEG)  – under the expert guidance of Edukans – started a three-year STAR-school program in order to address the issue of quality education in Northern Ghana, one of the most deprived parts of the country.

The Basic Education (BE) program in Ghana is an ICCO Alliance (IA)[1] initiative, bringing together the work of Edukans and Prisma partners (Salvation Army, World Servants Netherlands, Wycliffe Bible Translators Netherlands). The three main objectives of the BE program in Ghana are: enhancing the quality of education; increasing access to basic education; and enabling a strong network of CSOs. The Alliance for Strengthening Education Ghana (ASEG) is one of the five local partner organizations of the BE program in Ghana. In 2012, ASEG – under the expert guidance of Edukans – started a three-year STAR-school program in order to address the issue of quality education in Northern Ghana, one of the most deprived parts of the country.