World Education first worked in Ghana in the mid-1970s. More recently World Education built the capacity in the education sector to better address HIV and improved girls access to education.
Girls 1st participants play an active role in selecting skill-building activities that interest them most.
World Education Ghana is recognized for its quality and innovative HIV prevention programs in educational institutions, as well as for its capacity building efforts in government, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and communities. World Education Ghana has contributed to the local and national response to the HIV epidemic through expert technical support in research, monitoring and evaluation, service delivery, training, program and finance management, the use of nonformal education techniques, partnership building, and network strengthening.
World Education Ghana is a field office of World Education, Inc., a nonprofit organization based in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
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