Ghana. Assist children with challenges, teachers urged

|Source: Ghana News Agency |
Students clapping for a fellow student in Ghana. Credit: GPE/Stephan Bachenheimer

The school health integrated program financed by GPE and the World Bank in Ghana is supporting a two-day training to enable teachers to acquire basic skills to identify students with vision or hearing problems so that they can be properly treated. 

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