This partnership aims to improve the policy environment for the affordable non-state sector (ANS) in Ghana and beyond, by strengthening CUTS’ position as a key advocacy partner, improving their ability to produce education-focused evidence, and facilitate policy dialogue. To enable this, funding from IDP Foundation has targeted organizational development, constitutional review, and strategic planning.
CUTS is currently undertaking a discovery phase to understand the ANS landscape, and the most effective methods of influence to develop a strategy for national advocacy, to achieve systemic change. This learning opportunity will inform CUTS’ role in contributing to advocacy for the low-fee private school (LFPS) sector in Ghana, and beyond. And it will also include the necessary knowledge expansion, strategy setting and operational planning for effective LFPS advocacy.