T-TEL’s work in Ghana most likely to be sustained- ICAI
The Independent Commission on Aid Impact (ICAI) has published a country portfolio review report on aid impact of the Department for International Development (DFID) in Ghana.
ICAI exists as an independent UK body to scrutinize the work of DFID and report on how taxpayers' money is used to aid development to help Ghana move 'Beyond Aid'.
UK aid has supported Ghana’s strategic objectives and offered significant aid assistance to respond to Ghana’s developmental needs.
The report tested the successes of UK aid-financed programmes in Ghana and their chances of being sustained without primary funding. The publication, released in February 2020, assessed ten areas such as girls' education, healthcare, teacher training and social protection among others, that have received beneficial interventions.
ICAI reports that impacts made on the teacher education sector in Ghana through the Transforming Teacher Education and Learning (T-TEL) Programme had greater success in achieving sustainability compared to the nine other case studies.
T-TEL’s work has aligned with the government of Ghana’s vision, plans and systems. Through an amazing collaboration between a wide range of education stakeholders including government, universities, colleges of education, student teachers, civil society organisations, teacher unions, research organisations and basic schools, good quality teaching has been defined and necessary changes to improve standards have been put in place.
Read full report here - https://bit.ly/39OgOCx