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But there is still a gap. Don’t take my word – Ghana Statistical Service & UN agree in SDG5 indicator of female to male mean years of schooling is (73.4%). Achmed you laugh i laugh you cry i cry you hurt my dachshund i kill you shirt Less school less income. Nana is doing good, but this gap inhibits development. This isn’t an attack on our beloved Ghana.
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There are significant education attainment gap between men and women both in primary and secondary school. This may be cultural (since low level of female education is found in rural areas and northern region(s). But nonetheless, this and other factors inhibit their access to capital to take advantage of the opportunities. Doing more than your predecessors does not mean more can’t be done. Achmed you laugh i laugh you cry i cry you hurt my dachshund i kill you shirt As a Ghana man I can see why there is increasing global social pressures for more female empowerment in the country and was not shocked to see Nana get lambasted in Canada for his comments. First of all, the percentage of females who are in the primary and secondary schools now supersedes that of males. It could be true 20 or 15 years ago which created the gap you are talking about.
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What the president is saying, and I do agree is that equal opportunities has been given to all, and in his case intentionally made the environment conducive for women to take advantage of (that shows acknowledgment of the issue). Wishing and hoping the situation changes, is nothing if women themselves don’t pick themselves up and do what they must to see this happen. How many women, who have had the opportunity to be on the top have helped women down chain? key wording is now. Perhaps Free SHS intervention is changing Ghanaian parents perception to send their daughters to school.