Our Work In Ghana
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EdTech Hub develops and delivers evidence in EdTech. We work in partnership with researchers and stakeholders in-country to find specific, effective solutions to education challenges.
Ghana has a strong commitment to providing meaningful educational opportunities to all children. Ghana’s longstanding free education policy has resulted in high enrolment rates and reduced traditional barriers to education. With the support of stakeholders such as the World Bank and FCDO, the Ghanaian government is now focusing on further reforming its education system to improve learning outcomes, tackle issues relating to access to learning, learning inequality, gender and disability and also to support teacher capacity improvements.
EdTech Hub is working with the Ministry of Education and other stakeholders to understand how best education technology can support national education reform ambitions.
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EdTech Hub supports education decision-makers to incorporate the latest globally informed, locally relevant knowledge and evidence into choices related to EdTech.
FCDO Education Advisers, World Bank staff and UNICEF staff who work closely with ministries of education in low- and middle-income countries can request and receive short-term, discrete support from the EdTech Hub Helpdesk.
We work with requesters to support the “what” and “how” of EdTech-enabled approaches. We seek approaches that are evidence-based, contextually appropriate, realistic to implement, and cost-effective.
If you can’t submit a Helpdesk request, you can still get answers. We’ve summarised the findings from previous Helpdesk requests for you to explore.