The West African nation of Ghana, while rich in history and culture has been wrought with political strife and instability in recent years.
Even though Ghana has one of the highest enrollment rates in Africa (95%) it still sees a great disparity between the number of females attending school, versus the males.
· Only 48% of age appropriate children are enrolled in secondary school
· 33% of the population is illiterate
· 28%of primary school children drop-out before completion of all levels and forms.
These are disturbing facts, especially for an education-rich country such as Ghana.
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