Kenyan’s Education Ministry is calling for Ghana’s technical support to enable them design the double-track system for its education sector.
They announced the call for support in a letter signed by Prof George Magoha, Kenyan’s Cabinet Secretary.
The letter indicated that the technical assistance will ensure that there are no hitches when students transit from the first cycle to the second cycle level in 2023.
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“I will appreciate if you can consider sending one or two officers to spend about 10 days in Kenya, to help conceptualise and design the Double Track System,” the letter requested.
It added: “Kenya will meet travel, accommodation and other related costs.”
Prof Magoha further commended Ghana’s Education Minister, Dr Matthew Opoku-Prempeh for initiating the programme and was hopeful for a ‘fruitful engagement.’
Read the full statement below: