E-LEARNING ACCESS POSITIVELY IMPACTS REFUGEES IN AMPAIN REFUGEE CAMP

By Patience Folley | 16 June 2019
E-LEARNING ACCESS POSITIVELY IMPACTS REFUGEES IN AMPAIN REFUGEE CAMP

By Patience Folley and Charlotte Berquin | 16 May 2019 For people forced to flee, providing access for formal and non-formal education is crucial. E-learning opportunities for non-traditional learners has proved to be a powerful tool for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, to support resilient refugees in their respective journeys, starting their new lives. Internet access…

Bidding farewell to Kofi Annan

By Patience Folley | 14 September 2018
Bidding farewell to Kofi Annan

Kofi Annan was a great son of Ghana, the African continent and people at large. These were the words of UNHCR’s Assistant High Commissioner for Operations, George Okoth-Obbo in his eulogy for the late UN Secretary-General this week.

UNHCR Ghana reiterates call on government to accede to UN Statelessness conventions

By Patience Folley | 09 August 2018
UNHCR Ghana reiterates call on government to accede to UN Statelessness conventions

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Representation in Ghana has celebrated World Refugee Day with a call on government to accede to the two UN Statelessness conventions. This call was made in a statement read in Parliament by Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram, Honorable Samuel Nartey George, as part of events to mark World Refugee Day…