Ernest Adade elected Oti Regional Coordinator for Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition

Ernest Kwame Adade
Ernest Kwame Adade

The President of African Foundation of Educational Development(AFFED) Ernest Kwame Adade has been elected and sworn- in as the Oti Regional Coordinator for Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition (GNECC).

Ernest Kwame Adade’s massive endorsement is a result of his passion for education and  active involvement with GNECC in the Oti region.

GNECC is clothed with the Mission of working to change attitudes and practices and influencing policies of institutions (local, national and international, governments and intergovernmental bodies, donors) and the general public, towards ensuring quality basic education for all through working with Civil Society Organisations and communities.

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BRIEF PROFILE OF ERNEST ADADE

Ernest Kwame Adade is the Executive Director – African Foundation For Educational Development (AFFED)

He was National Executive Council Member, Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana (TTAG)

A Former National Public Relations Manager, Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana.(TTAG)

Former SRC General Secretary – Jasikan College of Education.

ABOUT GNECC 

Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition (GNECC) has the following as objectives under which it operates.

The objectives for which GNECC is formed are;

a. to work for the removal of barriers at local, national and international levels for equitable access to good quality, relevant and enjoyable basic education for all.

b. to mobilize and harness adequate resources at local, national and international levels to meet the cost of good quality basic education for all.

c. to advocate for the appropriate allocation and utilization of public and private resources to ensure good quality, relevant and equitable basic education for all.

d. to advocate for democratic participation in the formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of local and national education policies, plans and the management of educational institutions in Ghana.

e. to influence national and international education policies and programmes to ensure access to good quality basic education for all.

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh

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