The Harmattan School
The Harmattan School was instituted in 2007 by the University for Development Studies to provide a platform for civil society organisations, development practitioners, policy makers and researchers, on an annual basis, to meet and discuss pertinent development issues that affect northern Ghana in particular and Ghana as a whole. It comes on usually in February towards the end of the Harmattan season.
The 2019 Harmattan School seeks to bring together interest groups including Academia, Civil Society Organizations, Non Governmental Organisations and Governmental Organisations to discuss issues of National interest.
This year’s theme is: “EDUCATION FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: SHIFTING FOCUS FROM PROBLEMS TO SOLUTIONS”
- Policy Alternatives to Double Track System (Expansion of Infrastructure, Private Sector Participation, Relevance of PTA and SMC in Double Track System)
- Refocusing Education/Training to Address Youth Unemployment
- Sustainability of Youth Employment Initiatives (NABCO and Others)
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