معلومات عن شركة ابل التداول بالذهب افضل شركات التأمين على السيارات فى مصر 2022 كم سعر الليره التركيه بالدولار اوقات التداول في السوق السعودي

Good News For Girls Who Became Pregnant Or Gave Birth During Their Stay At Home

The Ghana Education Service (GES) encourages girls who became pregnant or gave birth to return to school. They said it is not a way of promoting sexual immorality among school children rather; they do not want any child to drop out from school because of COVID-19.


Mr. Anthony Boateng, the Deputy Director-General of the Ghana Education Service, said the back to school campaign is to sensitize parents, guardians, and the community on the need for all children to return to school when school reopens “this means that every Ghanaian child is being welcomed back to school even our girls who on one unfortunate reason got pregnant or gave birth in the cause of the school closures” he said.

During their stay at home, some of the children have been exposed to money in one way or the other, which is making it difficult for them to get back to school. GES is asking parents, guardians, and the general public to support the effort of sending children back to school.

COVID-19 cases in Ghana have increased at an alarming rate after the Christmas and the New Year festive seasons. Some parents are happy upon hearing the news that their children will be going back to school. Yet, some parents are not in support of their wards going back to school due to financial problems and other excuses such as not sure that their children will be safe when going back to school especially, with the little ones who have no idea of taking good care of themselves.

The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, UNICEF country representative Ann-Claire Dufay speaking on Joy news, asked the Ministry of Education, Ghana Education Service, Ministry of Gender, and Children Protection to work hand in hand to help prevent teenage pregnancy and early marriage. She implored boys and men to protect the girls.

Ann-Claire stated that they do not want children, especially girls, to give up their dreams on the future that they deserve.

The 21st update on covid-19 by the president of the Republic of Ghana H.E Nana Addo Dankua Akufo-Addo asked schools at all levels to resume academic activity in January 2021 and as students resume school, government and managers of schools for both public and private at all level to ensure that there are adequate education and strict adherence to all the COVID-19 protocols.

Theresa Kpordzo

DEPSOCOM Accra

 

 

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