Making Ghanaian Girls Great (MGCubed)
Making Ghanaian Girls Great! (MGCubed) is Ghana’s first interactive distance-learning project. It will impact more than 4,000 marginalised girls (aged 9-14 years) in 72 schools, within two regions in Ghana (Volta and Greater Accra) and offer them an enhanced quality of education to improve their lives and transform their future. MGCubed aims to address the challenges of teacher quality, teacher absenteeism, and poor student learning by equipping two classrooms in every school with solar-powered computers and projectors through which real-time two-way interactive distance lessons can occur. The project has received funding from the Department for International Development (DFID)’s Girls' Education Challenge (GEC).