The Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA) grants concessionary loan for education in Ghana


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Mr Sameh Azzuz, the leader of the BADEA group, emphasized that the mediation is a critical component of the bank’s social responsibility for the growth of better education in the country.

The objective is to increase access and desire to study, alleviate pressure in overcrowded homerooms, improve the character of education, bridge the orientation gap in admission to instruction, and further reduce being worked on.

The Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA) has granted a $13.5 million concessionary advance to assist the country’s education system in improving.

The funds will be used to provide two-, three-, and six-unit classroom blocks, as well as various support offices, in order to help improve the education system in 44 districts around the country.

Ashanti, former Brong Ahafo, Central, Eastern, and former Western are the regions for those districts.

Rev. John Ntim Fordjour, a Deputy Minister of Education in charge of General Education, urged regional directors of education to take ownership of the initiatives by ensuring that they are “finished and operationalized” prior to the project’s introduction.

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