Where we work
Link was registered as an NGO in Ghana in 1999. We are currently operating in Bolgatanga Municipality and Talensi-Nabdam in the Upper East Region and Bosomtwe-Atwima-Kwanwoma (BAK) district in Ashanti Region. Working in partnership with the Ghana Education Service (GES), Link works with District Managers and Circuit Supervisors to support teaching and learning in Schools. Link also promotes community participation and ownership in school life and effective planning and performance monitoring to reflect on the professional needs of the schools in its target districts.
"Link's mission underscores the common guiding purpose of school improvement through collaborated, coordinated and coherent efforts which enhance community ownership and participation. It is my responsibility to build a strong Link team that will be capable of making a significant impact on educational development not only in Ghana but also in other Link sister countries."
Dr Kennedy Quagrain, Link Ghana Programme Director
TENI (Tackling Education Needs Inclusively) which is mainly funded by Comic Relief UK, seeks to achieve systemic change in basic education by improving retention, transition, completion and quality of basic education for disadvantaged children, particularly girls and children with disability. The key strategy is to work with schools, communities and District Assemblies.
Link Ghana is the implementing partner for Complementary Basic Education in the Upper East Region. The Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service are receiving support from the UK Government through its Department for International Development (DFID) to implement the CBE programme to enrol 120,000 out-of-school children by 2015. The Complementary Basic Education (CBE) is a ground-breaking and accelerated approach that teaches disadvantaged children how to read, write and become numerate in a nine-month period. The CBE programme which is targeted at out-of-school children so they can eventually enter primary school at class 3 or 4.
TENI seeks to achieve systemic change by improving transition, completion and quality of basic education for disadvantaged children, particularly girls, in northern Ghana.