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

The Leader of the BADEA group, Mr Sameh Azzuz, indicated that the mediation fess a key facet of the bank’s social obligation towards the advancement of better education in the country.

The goal is to increment access and the longing to learn, decrease pressure of swarmed homerooms, work on nature of training, span the orientation hole in admittance to instruction and furthermore lessen being worked on.

The Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA) has conceded a concessionary advance of $13.5 million to help better the education system in the country.

The cash is to assist with giving two-, three-and six-unit classroom blocks and other support offices to help better the education system in 44 districts in the country .

The regions for those districts include; Ashanti, former Brong Ahafo, Central, Eastern and former Western.

Rev. John Ntim Fordjour, a Deputy Minister of Education in charge of General Education, asked directors of education in the beneficiary regions to take ownership of the projects by ensuring that “they are completed and operationalized” during the launch of the project.

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