Press Release

Joint United Nations Ghana Statement on International Day of Education

24 January 2022

On International Day of Education, the United Nations in Ghana reaffirms its support to Ghana towards transforming education, through innovative approaches, to benefit all.

Caption: Students of St Francis College of Education, Hohoe
Photo: © UNESCO

In a joint statement, the United Nations in Ghana highlights some key interventions that have enabled continuity of learning even during the COVID-19 pandemic. The UN adds that despite some challenges encountered by students in accessing and using some of the innovative tools and systems introduced to ensure learning continues, "it is obvious that Ghana is striving to change course to transform education, and the United Nations in Ghana is delighted to partner with the government in its mission.  

The UN calls for a more coherent and coordinated support by partners and the urgent need to enhance the digital space for increased accessibility by all towards the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goal 4.

Joint United Nations Ghana Statement on International Day of Education

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UNESCO
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UNICEF
United Nations Children’s Fund

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