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Supporting low-fee private schools to create an environment that enables ALL children learn and thrive.
Private schools take on an increasingly important role in expanding access to education, particularly in low-income communities.
Out of the nearly 35,000 private schools in Ghana, about 80% are providing basic education to school-going children, and more than half of the private basic education providers are serving children from low-income communities.
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The average lifespan of low-fee private schools in Ghana is 14 years.
Private schools employ over 400,000 employees across Ghana and educate over 8 million students. Low-fee private schools make up 40% of this number. These schools not only serve children from Ghana’s lowest-income households but also provide decent employment to local communities.
Together let's support all schoolchildren to have access to a school environment that builds the foundation for their future success
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