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Volunteer Registration Form

All Fields Marked With Asterisk Are Required!.

First Name *
Gender * Male Female
District
Region *
E-mail *
Phone Number *
Volunteer Type * Sector Ambassador
Data Ambassador
Campaign Ambassador
Brand Ambassador
Photo Ambassador
Video Ambassador
Audio Ambassador
Other
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  * I agree to the I-Am-Aware-Ghana Agreement and the
Terms and Conditions of being a volunteer.
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SMS Registration Form

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First Name *
Last Name *
Phone Number *
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‘I AM AWARE CAMPAIGN’:  AGREEMENT FORM FOR VOLUNTEERS

It is important that you read and understand the terms and conditions for volunteering for the ‘I AM AWARE Campaign.’ Please make sure that you have, READ, UNDERSTOOD and AGREE to the terms and conditions of volunteering with ‘I AM AWARE Campaign’ before submitting your registration form. 

Please read the following carefully.

  1. I am 18 years old and over.
  2. The ‘I AM AWARE’ brand, logo and paraphernalia, will be used for project activities ONLY.
  3. I understand that being accepted as a volunteer for the ‘I AM AWARE CAMPAIGN’ DOES NOT constitute employment.
  4. I understand that there is NO MONETARY REWARD for me as a volunteer. However, there may be occasional tokens to show appreciation for my time, work and troubles.
  5. I understand that the ‘I AM AWARE Campaign’ is not responsible for the loss of my property, personal injury, illness, accident sustained , or expense incurred whilst volunteering for the ‘I AM AWARE Campaign.’
  6. I understand that the ‘I AM AWARE Campaign’ and its agents will not be responsible for any financial obligations or liabilities the I may incur, including damages to property, or injury to others while participating in this project.
  7. I understand that transportation costs are my responsibility when carrying out volunteering duties for the project. If possible, I will carry out activities, which are within walking distance to where I reside, or work etc.
  8. I agree to follow and abide by all laws of the country, policies of the project and its agencies and communities within which I volunteer. Failure to do so will result in the termination of my participation with immediate effect.
  9. I will send any cancellations and withdrawal from volunteering for the ‘I AM AWARE Campaign’ in writing.
  10. I understand that any violation/acts contrary to the nature of the volunteer status will not be condoned and may lead to the immediate termination of my volunteer status.

In accordance with all of the above, I agree that:      

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‘I AM AWARE CAMPAIGN’: TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR VOLUNTEERS

It is important that you read and understand the terms and conditions for volunteering for the ‘I AM AWARE Campaign.’ Please make sure that you have, READ, UNDERSTOOD and AGREE to the terms and conditions of volunteering with ‘I AM AWARE Campaign’ before submitting your registration form. 

Please read the following carefully.

  1. You must be 18 years old and over to participate.
  2. The ‘I AM AWARE’ brand, logo and paraphernalia are copyrighted, and must be used for project activities ONLY.
  3. Being accepted as a volunteer for the ‘I AM AWARE CAMPAIGN’ DOES NOT constitute employment.
  4. There is NO MONETARY REWARD for volunteers. However, there may be occasional tokens to show our appreciation for your time, work and troubles.
  5. The ‘I AM AWARE Campaign’ is not responsible for the loss of property, personal injury, illness, accident sustained , or expense incurred by the volunteer while volunteering for the ‘I AM AWARE Campaign.’
  6. The ‘I AM AWARE Campaign’ and its agents will not be responsible for any financial obligations or liabilities the volunteers may incur including damages to property, or injury to others while participating in this project.
  7. Transportation costs are the responsibility of volunteers when carrying out volunteering duties for the ‘I AM AWARE Campaign’. Our preference is that volunteers carry out activities, which are within walking distance to where they reside, or work etc.
  8. Volunteers must agree to abide by all laws of the country, policies of the project and its agencies and communities within which they volunteer. Failure to do so will result in the termination of participation with immediate effect.
  9. Cancellations and withdrawal from volunteering for the ‘I AM AWARE Campaign’ must be received in writing. Similarly, ‘I AM AWARE’ will communicate any volunteer termination from the campaign using the most appropriate means.
  10. Any violation/acts contrary to the nature of the volunteer status will not be condoned and may lead to the immediate termination of your volunteer status.

Why We Collect Data on Education

Universal access and quality basic education are development goals expressed within the framework of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Although there is a strong commitment on policies such as capitation grants, textbook provision, school-feeding programs, among others meant to provide and improve universal access and quality basic education in Ghana, ensuring high basic education outcomes remains a challenge.

In addition, resource disbursement, and efficiency in resource allocation and effective program implementation leading to improved outcomes in public basic education service provision are fraught with institutional challenges. Access to high quality education services and improved learning outcomes remain out of reach of the poor and vulnerable in Ghana.

In spite of a long history of policy commitment to ensuring access and improved outcomes in education services delivery, providing broad base high quality public basic education remains one of the challenges in the education sector public service delivery.

Data collected and sources

  • Percentage of female pupils in public basic schools
  • Percentage of public basic schools with toilets
  • Percentage of public basic schools with drinking water
  • Percentage of trained public basic teachers 
  • Percentage of pupils completing public basic schools
  • Percentage  net enrolment rate in public basic  schools
  • Percentage of students repeating a year in public basic schools
  • Number of textbooks per pupil in public basic schools
  • Number of seating places per pupil in public basic schools
  • Number of writing places per pupil in public basic schools
  • Number of pupils per teacher in public basic schools
  • Pass rates for BECE students in public basic schools
  • School to population (school children) ratio

This data is collected from the Education Management Information System [EMIS] managed by Ghana Education Service [GES] under the Ministry of Education.


 
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Why We Collect Data on Education

Universal access and quality basic education are development goals expressed within the framework of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Although there is a strong commitment on policies such as capitation grants, textbook provision, school-feeding programs, among others meant to provide and improve universal access and quality basic education in Ghana, ensuring high basic education outcomes remains a challenge.

In addition, resource disbursement, and efficiency in resource allocation and effective program implementation leading to improved outcomes in public basic education service provision are fraught with institutional challenges. Access to high quality education services and improved learning outcomes remain out of reach of the poor and vulnerable in Ghana.

In spite of a long history of policy commitment to ensuring access and improved outcomes in education services delivery, providing broad base high quality public basic education remains one of the challenges in the education sector public service delivery.

Data collected and sources

  • Percentage of female pupils in public basic schools
  • Percentage of public basic schools with toilets
  • Percentage of public basic schools with drinking water
  • Percentage of trained public basic teachers 
  • Percentage of pupils completing public basic schools
  • Percentage  net enrolment rate in public basic  schools
  • Percentage of students repeating a year in public basic schools
  • Number of textbooks per pupil in public basic schools
  • Number of seating places per pupil in public basic schools
  • Number of writing places per pupil in public basic schools
  • Number of pupils per teacher in public basic schools
  • Pass rates for BECE students in public basic schools
  • School to population (school children) ratio

This data is collected from the Education Management Information System [EMIS] managed by Ghana Education Service [GES] under the Ministry of Education.