2022/ 2023 Camfed Ghana Scholarships
Overview Of 2022/ 2023 Camfed Ghana Scholarships
In 1991, Ann Cotton visited Zimbabwe to investigate why girls’ school enrollment in rural areas was so low. What she found surprised her. Contrary to the common assumption that families weren’t sending girls to school for cultural reasons, Ann discovered poverty was the main roadblock. Families couldn’t afford to buy books or pay school fees for all their children, so they had to choose who would receive an education. Girls were rarely chosen. The reason was simple: boys had a better chance of getting a paid job after graduation.
So Ann wondered: Could an economic solution open school doors to girls? Could it lead to economic, social and cultural benefits for rural Africa?
She returned home to Cambridge, England, determined to find a way to help girls go to school in Zimbabwe. She recruited friends and family and sold baked goods to raise money and awareness about the lack of education for girls in Africa. At the end of her grassroots campaign, she supported 32 girls through school.
In 1993, Ann formally launched Camfed, the Campaign for Female Education. The girls supported by Camfed stayed in school and did well, demonstrating that girls’ education was valued by families when costs were met. Our successful model has now been replicated in more than 5,300 partner school communities in Ghana, Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe….Read More
Contact Details For 2022/ 2023 Camfed Ghana Scholarships
Camfed Ghana – Accra
64 Lagos Avenue,
(P. O. Box MD 2387, Madina)
tel: +233 302 544 224/5
CAMFED Ghana – Tamale
Block ‘A’ No. 191,
tel: +233 (0)3720 24516 / +233 (0)3720 22195
How do you get a 100% scholarship?
- Know where to look. First things first, where do you actually go to find full scholarships?
- Prepare in advance.
- Work hard and keep motivated.
- Make yourself stand out from other applicants
- Read the application instructions carefully
- Submit an exceptional scholarship essay or cover letter.
- Be realistic.
Who is the protocol appointment Coordinator in Ghana?
He is the current Director of Protocol for Nana Akufo-Addo, President of Ghana.
Hassan Ahmed (Ghanaian diplomat)
Can I get 100 percent scholarship to study abroad?
A question that many students aspiring to study abroad ask is – ‘will any scholarship cover 100% of the expenses of studying abroad? ‘ The true answer to this question is ‘NO’. There are no fully funded scholarships for international students.