The world has been jolted by the Coronavirus [COVID–19] pandemic, with the confirmation globally, that more than 227,953 people have tested positive, 85,985 recovered from attack and 9,312 are dead from the virus [WHO as of 19 March 2020]. The
The network exists as a corporate entity and its membership, Board and personnel agree to be bound by and guided in their operations, by a set of core values including:
Respect: We respect the dignity, the potential and the contribution of members, donors, partners and staff.
Integrity: Our actions are carried out in accordance with our mission statement and with honesty and transparency; we take charge of our collective and individual actions.
Professionalism and Excellence: We are permanently challenging ourselves to reach the highest levels of apprenticeship and performance and achieve a more significant impact, while keeping our autonomy and promoting solidarity.
Belonging: We try to promote belonging and respect for diversity in the accomplishment of our work.
Active Commitment: Our effectiveness depends on our active commitment. Full members of ANCEFA and their representatives are proactively committed as supporters, popularizers, promoters and Education ambassadors in their own organisations, networks and in education overall.
Neutrality: In order to maintain the trust of Members and other Education stakeholders, ANCEFA does not develop collective positions or take a stand as regards controversial issues of political, racial, religious or ideological nature, except in the case these issues have direct negative impact on access to the provision of a quality Education For All service.
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We held our Annual General Meeting on 14th December, 2018 at the Institute of Local Government Studies in Accra where Mr Kofi Asare, an Education Consultant was elected to Chair the Executive Council. Kofi Asare takes over from Bright Appiah