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‘Ghana’s Schools of Shame’ documentary on JoyNews to highlight education infrastructure challenges


Infrastructural challenges in the country’s educational sector get many worried because it is a means to develop the human resource base needed for major development.

Ghana’s Schools of Shame, an upcoming feature series on JoyNews, will highlight the country’s education infrastructure challenges in three districts of the country.

'Ghana's Schools of Shame' documentary on JoyNews to highlight education infrastructure challenges
'Ghana's Schools of Shame' documentary on JoyNews to highlight education infrastructure challenges

The Krachi Nchumuru District, for example, has 68  public basic schools about 45 per cent of the schools are in terrible shape. Over 7000 children have no furniture.

The situation is not different in the Kpandai District. Many of the children slum it hard on the floor even during examinations.

'Ghana's Schools of Shame' documentary on JoyNews to highlight education infrastructure challenges

Ghana’s Schools of Shame documentary is led by Joojo Cobbinah.

'Ghana's Schools of Shame' documentary on JoyNews to highlight education infrastructure challenges
'Ghana's Schools of Shame' documentary on JoyNews to highlight education infrastructure challenges
'Ghana's Schools of Shame' documentary on JoyNews to highlight education infrastructure challenges

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