...for Children with Specific Learning Difficulties
Special Attention Project (SAP) is a Ghanaian Non-Governmental Organization that improves the lives of children with Specific Learning Difficulties by spreading information to the public, advocating for learning support for pupils with learning difficulties in mainstream schools, doing research and training on Specific Learning Difficulties as well as providing practical support to out-of-school children with learning difficulties in the streets of Accra.
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Campaign Theme: “Road to Education”: Help Children with Learning Difficulties
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Raymond dropped out of school at Primary class 2 because of his reading problem. He was abused at school and home because of his poor marks. He joined other children in the streets and finally felt free!
This is the situation that confronts thousands of children with learning difficulties in Ghana. They risk failing to reach their future dreams.
With your support however, these children can learn to achieve their educational potential. This is the aim of SAP’s “Road to Education” campaign.
What are Specific Learning Difficulties?
Specific Learning Difficulties are disabilities that affect a particular area of learning, for example reading, mathematics or concentration in persons of average or high intelligence. Specific Learning Difficulties include:
Download SAP's 2016 Annual Report
Long Beaten for Inattention, Some Ghanaian Children With Learning Disabilities Finally Get Effective Education - See more at: http://www.globalpressjournal.com/africa/ghana/long-beaten-inattention-some-ghanaian-children#sthash.2lk4JEZq.dpu
Long Beaten for Inattention, Some Ghanaian Children With Learning Disabilities Finally Get Effective Education - See more at: http://www.globalpressjournal.com/africa/ghana/long-beaten-inattention-some-ghanaian-children#sthash.2lk4JEZq.dpuf
SAP educates parents on Learning Difficulties
The early months of 2017 have been eventful at SAP. Our Behaviour Change Communication programme kick started on a good note with a series of information sessions on learning difficulties. s.
A very BIG 'Thank You' to Jimmy Coley of UK for donating educational materials to SAP.