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GaDangme Council unveils strategic blueprint

GaGaDangme Council unveils strategic blueprint

The Gadangme Heritage Committee has unveiled a strategic blueprint for the years 2024-2029 that aims to transform Gadangme into a center of innovation and educational excellence. The plan, which was revealed at a ceremony in Accra, focuses on providing quality education for all members of the Ga community and addressing the shortage of GaDangme teachers in schools.


Additionally, the blueprint emphasizes the need for inclusive education and professional development for educators. Collaboration with local businesses, organizations, and academic institutions is seen as essential for progress. The Chairman of the Heritage Committee highlighted the importance of the strategic plan in ensuring a brighter future for future generations. Collaboration with the Accra college of education has been established to train more GaDangme teachers, with efforts made to ensure that these teachers are not posted outside the region after their studies.


MP for Ningo Prampram, Hon Sam Dzata George, stressed the importance of promoting Gadangme and fighting for the right of Ga children to learn their language. The President of the GaDangme Council called for greater visibility of GaDangme language and culture in the media and encouraged parents to speak the language to their children.


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The Gadangme Heritage Council has introduced a strategic blueprint for 2024-2029, aiming to transform the region into a center for education excellence and innovation. The plan, unveiled at Accra City Hotel, focuses on improving access to quality education for all individuals in the Gadangme community.


Key initiatives in the blueprint include investing in youth education, training more GaDangme teachers, and promoting inclusive education. Professional development for educators is also a priority to ensure high-quality learning experiences for students.


Collaboration with local businesses, organizations, and academic institutions is essential for progress according to the blueprint. The GaDangme Heritage Council plans to engage in partnerships to foster innovation and research opportunities.


During the launch event, Chairman Dr. Eben Anuwah-Amarh emphasized the importance of the blueprint in realizing a brighter future for the GaDangme community. Collaboration with the Accra College of Education has already begun, with plans to train more GaDangme teachers and ensure they remain in the region after completing their studies. Additionally, MP for Ningo-Prampram Hon. Sam George highlighted the importance of fighting for the rights of Gadangme individuals in education, noting the issue of students being posted outside the region after studying GaDangme.


President of the GaDangme Council, Lawyer Nii Ayikoi Otoo, called on the media to promote GaDangme language and culture, while also urging parents to teach the language to their children at home.


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