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Nicole Goldstein

Nicole Goldstein, Education Advisor, DFID Ghana

I am an education advisor in DFID Ghana. I manage a range of different projects, from providing basic education to out-of-school children to helping girls complete secondary school as well as increasing the quality of teaching and learning. I previously worked at the World Bank, where I researched which policies work best to improve teachers' performance. Follow me on Twitter @NicoleGhana.

Reflections from Camfed Ghana's country director on helping girls stay in school

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Camfed is a NGO that provides scholarships to keep girls in school.  Camfed was founded in 1991 when their founder, Ann Cotton visited Zimbabwe to investigate why girls’ school enrolment in rural areas was so low. Contrary to the common assumption that …

School for Life: From out-of-school kid to university student

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Abubakari Sulemana Hafiz has a lot to be proud of. He is one of 11 undergraduates who are part of Ghana's first cohort of veterinary science students at the University of Ghana. This achievement is even more impressive as until he …