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Special Attention Project (SAP)

Org #1445
Vetted since 2009 Site Visit Verified
2007
year founded
$1,582
raised on GlobalGiving
9
years fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

To take the lead in inclusion of children with Specific Learning Difficulties in mainstream education in Ghana by doing research, awareness creation, training and advocacy on Specific Learning Difficulties and preparing children who are out-of-school as a result of learning problems for mainstreaming.

Projects (2)

 
Project Leaders
Margaretha Ubels
Margaretha Ubels
Team
Ishmael Hammond, Margaretha Ubels, Barbara Asante, Richard Opoku, William Donkor
Organization Information
http://www.sapghana.com
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
PO Box AN 11636
Accra North, Accra North Accra North
Ghana
+233-20-6526444

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 5902984110
Organization Information
http://www.sapghana.com
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
PO Box AN 11636
Accra North, Accra North Accra North
Ghana
+233-20-6526444

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 5902984110

Project Reports

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Oct 2, 2018
Children catch up during holidays
  About 40 school children participated in SAP’s special vacation classes for children with learning difficulties this year. The classes aim to provide remedial education to children who...
Jul 5, 2018
SAP assesses Information Needs of Parents
Access to adequate and quality information on learning difficulties serves as a critical tool for empowering parents of children with learning difficulties to understand their children's learning...
Apr 11, 2018
Teachers learn about learning difficulties
  SAP works with schools, teachers and parents of children with learning difficulties to help improve the learning outcomes of the children. SAP’s activities centre a lot on educating the...
 
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