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Anne-Claire Dufay
Representative in Ghana 🇬🇭
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Anne-Claire Dufay Sep 17
Who teachers are, how they are educated and trained, their conditions of service and remuneration – all have a direct impact on how well children learn in school. The UN is committed to support the initiative to improve the quality of teaching for children in Ghana.
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UNinGhana Sep 14
The UN SG has met with the Asantehene of🇬🇭His Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II. Their discussions centred around peace and development. Passionate about the , the Asantehene has shown great commitment to supporting national prioritization of the .
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UNICEF Startup Laboratory Sep 13
UNICEF Ghana is helping a generation of young to shape their own future. Join the first cohort of the UNICEF Startup Lab Incubation and Entrepreneurship Programme - applications close on Fri 27 Sep
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UNICEF Startup Laboratory Sep 13
Welcome to the UNICEF Startup Lab in Accra, Ghana. We’re here to empower young people to solve big problems through innovation and entrepreneurship. Ready to join us?
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UNICEF Ghana Sep 12
It was a fun-filled and informative 1st Anniversary celebration of U-Report today. Adolescents and young people have signed up to the platform and are ready to share their views on various issues.
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Ameyaw Debrah #ameyawtv Sep 12
influencers entertain and inspire young people at the one year anniversary of
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M.anifest Sep 12
Kumasi. anniversary 👏🏿
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UNICEF Ghana Sep 12
About 1 million children under five in Greater will receive the vaccine in the next few days as an immunization drive began in Agblogbshie on Weds.
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Anne-Claire Dufay Sep 11
Today, in Kumasi, the Minister of Education launched the national campaign to promote right age enrolment, with support. Let's enroll all four-year-old children in Kindergarten, to give them the best start in life!
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UNICEF Ghana Sep 11
When a child does not start school at the right age, they are likely to fall behind their peers, repeat grades or drop out of school. Children at the age of four should be enrolled in kindergarten. , quality education
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Anne-Claire Dufay Sep 10
Abigail is enjoying her first day in kindergarten. These are her first steps to an exciting journey of lifelong learning. , quality education
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UNICEF Ghana Sep 10
As another school year begins, our wish is for every child to go to school, learn, make friends, play and have a strong foundation for a successful future. , quality education.
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Anne-Claire Dufay Sep 10
Hon. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, Minister for Education and I welcoming children to their first day in school. Every child has the right to early childhood education to ensure the best start in life.
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Marie-Pierre Poirier Sep 9
Recently, in , for the 1st time in over 10 years, a 2-year-old girl was diagnosed with polio. teams are on the ground to support a vaccination campaign.
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UNICEF Ghana Sep 8
In Garikuka, a community in the Northern Region, UNICEF Health and Nutrition Officer, Porbilla Ofosu Apea discusses with community members, the importance of ensuring that all their children are fully vaccinated.
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UNICEF Ghana Sep 6
Replying to @WHOGhana
David Tinsari, UNICEF driver, supports the immunization team by marking a child's finger to show that he has been vaccinated against in Mempe-asem in the Northern Region. Together, we're working to .
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UNICEF Ghana Sep 7
So far there is no cure for . This is why it’s so important to ensure that your children are immunized when they’re very young. Vaccines will protect them for life.
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UNICEF Ghana Sep 5
Replying to @UNICEFGhana
The Chereponi District Chief Executive, Hon. Razak Tahidu leads the team as he starts the immunization drive by giving the vaccine to a young girl. The polio immunization exercise is being carried out in the Northern and North East regions of Ghana.
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UNICEF Ghana Sep 5
Replying to @UNICEF
A team travelled through a flooded road in Northern Region of Ghana to deliver supplies in time to start the immunization campaign.
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WHO Ghana Sep 4
supplementary activity kicked off today in 6 dist. in the Northern & North W. Regions of 🇬🇭. The exercise is being carried out by , GHS w/ support from , & CDC following the outbreak of poliovirus type 2 in August
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