Ghana

Jolly Futures has reached over half of the Districts in Ghana

In 2013, the first pilot study was conducted in 6 government schools in Mankranso district in the Ashanti region with excellent results. This led to other pilots in 2014 for about 10 districts. In 2016, there was a scale up for all Catholic state schools. This led to the attendance of the past Minister of Education and his delegates to attend the 2017 Jolly Phonics conference in the UK and further approval of a roll out for 116 out of the then 216 district state schools in the country. All of these district state schools have benefitted from the Jolly Futures donations generously donated by Jolly Learning, UK.

116Districts
36509Teachers
896908Pupils

Jolly Futures has reached 116 of the 216 districts in Ghana, and is now in the sustainability phase in these districts.

Pilot phase
Rollout phase
Sustainability phase

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Project Reports and Documents

OFFICIAL JOLLY PHONICS REPORT to GES.pdf

2 page overview of pilot study report Ghana - Final.pdf

A pilot of the Jolly Phonics programme in Ghana - Final.pdf

Project Contacts

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Roberta Emma Amos-Abanyie

CEO Ingit Jolly Phonics Foundation

Projects: All nationwide

Project Partners

Optimalpath Consulting, UK and Ingit Jolly Phonics Foundation, Ghana, are a not-for-profit organisation that are managing the implementation of the Jolly Phonics projects in Ghana. Optimalpath Consulting manages several similar projects in countries such as Sierra Leone and Liberia, to mention but a few.