72 schools in Ghana take part in programme for at-risk girls

In Ghana, 72 state primary schools will participate in Making Ghanaian Girls Great -- also known as MGCubed -- according to Chris Kirk, CEO of GEMS Education Solutions, which launched the programme. The initiative, he writes in this commentary, is aimed at using virtual learning and female role models to improve education for at-risk and disadvantaged girls in Ghana.

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