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The "School year kickoff crusade" founded by the Ghana Education Service for pregnant school young ladies


 The "School year kickoff crusade" founded by the Ghana Education Service for pregnant school young ladies who have exited school is yielding positive outcomes in the Eastern area as a sum of 691 teen nursing moms and pregnant young ladies had gotten back to the study hall as of May 2021. 


An evaluation study on the "Class kickoff project" across all the 33 Municipal and District Assemblies in the locale uncovered that Kwaebibirem District had the most noteworthy number of 53 of these young ladies in school, trailed by Kwahu South and Upper Manya Krobo Districts which had 42 each. 


The Regional Statistics Officer of the GES, Godfred Dzeke, revealed this at the Review Session of the Back to School Advocacy Campaign in Koforidua. 


The Eastern Regional Girl Child Education Officer, Patricia Brago Gyamfi, said the mission became basic after a phenomenal flood in teen pregnancy cases after schools were shut down for a very long time during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. 


"We accept the mission is great since now a many individuals know that there is an approach set up. There is an arrangement of reemergence, so regardless of whether you are pregnant, there is an ideal chance for you to return to school and proceed with your schooling. We have understood that few young ladies have announced back after conveyance. We are not there yet however we are gaining ground" she expressed 


The Eastern Region recorded in excess of 10,000 adolescent pregnancy cases during the warmth of the Coronavirus pandemic.

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