Tackling Education Needs Inclusively (TENI) Project
Tackling Education Needs Inclusively (TENI) seeks to achieve systemic change by improving transition, completion and quality basic education outcomes for disadvantaged children, particularly, girls and children with disabilities in Northern Ghana.
TENI believes that change can only be achieved when it comes from within an individual, community, family, organization or district and the problem is addressed holistically. TENI engages multiple stakeholders and builds on best practice to tackle underlying causes that prevent children from completing and performing in school, including socio-cultural beliefs, poverty barriers, the school environment and quality of teaching.
Funded by: Comic Relief
Partnered with: Volunteer Service Overseas (VSO)
- Gifty Azaawaazuma's Story from TENI
- GCBE Project Outputs in 2017
- Toele and Irene's Story from GCBE
- Madam Paula's Story from CBR Training (ESONG)
- ICS Project Outputs in 2017
Project Case Stories