The Capitation Grant has been introduced in Ghana in by the former NPP Government. It was introduced with the intention of facilitating the achievement of . fees abolition policy, the Capitation Grant (CG), to spur the attainment of universal access to the basic education goal under the Ghana Growth. Report by the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC) in Accra on Ms Hague said the Citizens’ Assessment of Ghana’s Capitation Grant .

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Capitation Grant – Schools in Ghana

EasyEdit Report page Share this. It was introduced with the intention of facilitating the achievement of the Millennium Development Goal of primary education for all, by financing the primary and Junior Secondary Schools in Ghana in such a way that education capitaiton free for all.


For government primary and JSS schools no schoolfees need to be paid anymore.

The subsidy paid by the government per student per term covers general stationery and management, office machinery, first aid, building maintenance, sports fee, culture fee, sanitation fee, postage, textbook user fee, practical fees, furniture maintenance and tools maintenance as well as machinery for technical schools and institutions. The breakdown is as follows: Daily Graphic Updated on: Threads for this page. Post a new thread.

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