The USAID Ghana Partnership for Education: Learning activity aims to support Ghana's educational institutions over five years, with the goal of improving, expanding and sustaining learning outcomes for at least 2.8 million primary students nationwide. The activity places particular emphasis on children in kindergarten through grade three.
The Learning activity is part of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Partnership for Education project to support the early grade reading and literacy improvement activities implemented by the Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service. The Learning activity seeks to strengthen and support Ghana's human and institutional capacities within the education sector to improve pedagogical excellence in early grade reading; support education systems in improving, expanding and sustaining reading outcomes; and engage communities to promote reading. The Learning activity also includes a small component to identify approaches to improvement of early grade math skills.
In partnership with the Learning activity’s main implementing partner, Ghana Education Service, FHI 360 will lead a consortium composed of the Ghana Institute of Linguistics, Literacy, and Bible Translation; the Ghana Institute for Management and Public Administration; the Olinga Foundation for Human Development; and the British Council.