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All YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PARTNERSHIP AND AFFILIATION UNIT OF GES

DID YOU KNOW THE PARTNERSHIP AND AFFILIATION UNIT?

  • Work with appropriate partner organisations and other actors to develop a comprehensive partnership framework to enhance the development of the educational sector.
  • Provide an effective framework for creating, maintaining and strengthening existing collaborations with Partners which includes Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Faith Based Organizations (FBOs) including Churches as well as Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and in doing so identify opportunities for new alliances.
  • Ensure organizational capacity assessments (which include financial, governance, programmatic, gender, security and other aspects) are conducted for all potential partners on due diligence.
  • Provide a reference including a register and activity mapping of partners and affiliates.
  • Provide regulatory framework, Guidelines and actionable information to partners who are looking to support educational initiatives.
  • Set up a monitoring agreement with each partner, with a duel emphasis on compliance, as well as a monitoring plan to measure the impact and ability to implement good quality programmes.
  • To work at all times to build a close, two way working relationship where partners are respected, listened to and supported and to create an open channel to discuss challenges and constraints as they arise.

APPLICATION GUIDELINES

  • Non-Governmental Organisations(NGOs) seeking to partner with the Ghana Education Service may apply to the Director General providing the information below. 
    1. Name of NGO/CBO/FBO
    2. Certificate of Registration/Incorporation
    3. Office(s) location (s) – Please include a valid GPS Address
    4. Active Contact (Phone/Address) (Head of Organisation and Education Focal Person)
    5. of Staff (CVs of focal people)
    6. Bankers
    7. Source of Funding for the proposed intervention (Please indicate if the programme/project is fully funded.
    8. Funding gaps (Please indicate key strategies to address)
    9. Title(s) of Project/Programme
    10. Scope
      1. of Districts
      2. Schools
      3. Communities
      4. Beneficiaries – Direct-Number (DEO, Teachers, Pupils)
        1. Indirect (Number)
      5. Duration of Intervention (Start dates-end dates)
      6. Evidence of organisation’s previous experience in similar projects (if any)
        1. b) Please include end of project/status report (if applicable)
      7. Interest area of the proposed Intervention:
        1. Access: Infrastructure/WASH
        2. Quality: Teacher Training/TLM’s/Supply of Text Books
        3. Management: Capacity Building (please specify area)
      8. Impact – What the intervention seeks to achieve (beneficiary and NGO)
      9. Level at which intervention will be focused/direct
        1. KG
        2. Primary
    • JHS
    1. SHS
    1. Indication of period (Term1, Term 2, or Term 3)
    2. Indicate specified intervention period
      1. (Instructional hours, Post Instructional hours, Weekends)

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