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Ghana National Association of Private Schools (GNAPS)

Formed in 1973, GNAPS is a non-political and non-sectarian body comprising the largest umbrella body of private school owners at pre-tertiary level in Ghana. GNAPS advocates for the support of private schools in Ghana, to promote and protect their economic and social interests, and support their development and management. Championing the interests of low fee private schools, it serves as an information link between Ghana Education Service and public and private Schools within Ghana’s districts.

This partnership aims to empower GNAPS to advocate and lobby on behalf of Ghana’s private schools for a favorable policy environment that’s inclusive of all school categories.
As part of an initial discovery phase, IDPF has provided GNAPS with funding to revamp their internal structures, and strengthen it for greater advocacy. The capacity-building support is intended to help revise GNAPS constitution, draw a strategic plan, and engage critical staff at the national secretariat, to champion media campaigns and undertake advocacy.

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