Your browser version is outdated. We recommend that you update your browser to the latest version.

Latest News 

SAP equips CfC teachers to teach children with learning difficulties

Vida Asante: "have gained more knowledge about behaviour and symptoms of learning difficulties. I will consider the learning needs of children with learning difficulties when planning my lesson."
Mabel: "I will be more practical in my teaching. I will also pay more attention to children with specific learning difficulties."
Edem Addo-Adado: "I will use the knowledge acquired during this training together with the aid of resources to teach children with learning difficulties effectively."

Read more here:

SAP participates in knowledge-sharing meeting

On February 27, SAP's Project Director, participated in a one-day workshop to validate the draft findings of an extensive research conducted on the legal environment for CSOs and philanthropy in Ghana at the Mensvic Hotel, East Legon, Accra.

 Read more here:

SAP participates in knowledge-sharing meeting

In recognition of SAP's work and achievements, the organisation was invited to participate in important knowledge-sharing meetings by key CSOs and institutions in Ghana.

On February 24, SAP's Project Director, Richard O. Opoku participated in a meeting on validation of a draft Early Childhood Education (ECE) Policy at the Alisa Hotel, Accra

The validation meeting was organised by the Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service in collaboration with UNICEF Ghana

On February 25 and 26, SAP's Board Member, Margaretha Ubels and Project Director, Mr. Opoku participated in STAR Ghana Foundation's 3rd Annual Strategic Learning event held at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel, Accra. 
The two-day event was organised to take stock of STAR Ghana Foundation's programmes, and to solicit ideas from stakeholders.


Read more here:

We are looking for partners to help low-fee schools benefit from training and appropriate learning materials

SAP is partnering with Special Learning Materials (SLM) to build capacities of low-fee community schools.

These schools offer alternative quality education to parents from low-income groups. We have developed a package that includes training for teachers and provision of learning materials.

The training equips teachers for effective classroom management when implementing activity-based learning. The learning materials align with the New Basic School curriculum.

Read more here:

Donate via mobile:

+233 (0) 544-700505