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UAE To Fund 3-Year Teacher Training Programme In Ghana

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Dubai Cares, part of United Arab Emirates (UAE) Vice President Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, has announced that it will fund a three-year teacher training program in Ghana to upgrade kindergarten education and enable KG schoolchildren to flourish in primary school.

The program valued at US$469,000 is in partnership with Sabre Education and is set to benefit 7,420 teachers directly and 7,700 KG schoolchildren aged 4-6 years indirectly, in the country’s Central and Western regions.

Dubai Cares’ support aims to enhance early years’ pre-service teacher training in Ghana, building on five years of successful implementation and replication of Sabre Education’s Fast-track Transformational Teacher Training program in the central and western regions of Ghana.

The program also seeks to upgrade existing kindergarten classrooms through teacher training and learning resources, converting them into model practice classrooms for KG1 and KG2. Moreover, the program aims to promote sustainability through empowering the teacher training colleges and Ghana Education Service to continue supporting and monitoring newly qualified teachers.

Commenting on the launch of the new program, Annina Mattsson, Programmes Director at Dubai Cares, said, “Ghana is a great example of how investing in education can positively uplift an entire nation. Thanks to increased government spending, the country has had strong economic growth in the last two decades, fueled by a better educated and more mobile workforce that aspires for better job opportunities in a more diversified economy and saw the country’s poverty rate cut by half over the same period.

“With our new program, Dubai Cares is supporting Ghana’s government’s priority on early childhood education as a major contributor to children’s long-term development and strengthening the training framework for newly qualified teachers. Through our partnership with Sabre Education, we are eager to contribute to the development of the KG education system in Ghana and help to empower future generations.”

Dominic Bond, CEO of Sabre Education, stated, “At Sabre Education, we are forging a reputation as a specialist in the early year’s sector, building insightful and evidence-led teacher training programs that have evolved through more than ten years of close collaboration with the Government of Ghana.

He added that the Fast-track Transformational Teacher Training program is globally recognized as an integrated approach to systemic change that addresses education inequalities for four and five-year-old Ghanaian girls and boys and promotes active and play-based learning as a foundation for 21st-century skills.”

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Truck Runs Over Policeman On The Tema-Nungua Beach Road

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An Articulated Trailer Truck has run over a policeman on the Tema-Nungua Beach road, Ghpage.com has gathered in a report from our sister blog, MyNewsGh.com.

From what KUBILIVE has gathered so far, the policeman whose identity is yet to be established was riding on a motorbike ahead of the Articulated Trailer Truck on the same lane.

According to eyewitnesses, the Articulated Trailer Truck failed breaks; all desperate attempts by the driver to save the policeman failed.

The Articulated Trailer Truck driver crushed into the policeman who was right in front of him killing him instantly, the eyewitnesses recounted to our sister blog.

Ghpage.com has also gathered that the incident occurred around 4:00 PM today, Tuesday, June 18, 2019. Both the truck and the policeman were heading towards Tema.

The body of the deceased policeman has since been deposited at the Tema General Hospital morgue pending an autopsy. KUBILIVE is following closely and will report back soon.

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Andrea Pirlo Sues Look-Alike Who Got Free Items In His Name

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The man, arrested by Turin police, is identified as 48-year-old former goldsmith Alessandro Palazzolo of Valenza, Daily Mail reports.

Investigations began when the former Juventus and AC Milan midfielder filed a lawsuit after repeatedly being asked to repay debts he had not accrued.

According to Gazzetto della Sport, police inquiries uncovered Palazzolo had deceived shopkeepers in Turin, Brescia, and Naples, asking for discounts and favors and working with an accomplice who would take expensive clothes and jewelry for free.

The publication also claimed that the man also tried to obtain ‘facilitated medical examinations’ by contacting the ex-footballers doctor.

Authorities in Turin recently apprehended the identity thief and his accomplice by tracing telephone calls and gaining testimonies from traders.

The man also tried to obtain ‘facilitated medical examinations’ by contacting the ex-footballers doctor.

For the real Andrea Pirlo, persistently approached by duped dealers who demanded payment for the goods, it was an unpleasant experience.

Turin police eventually apprehended the identity thief and his accomplice by tracing telephone calls and gaining testimonies from traders.

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Europa League 2019/2020 Draws Confirmed : Full Fixtures

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The draw for first qualifying round of the 2019/2020 Europa League was conducted in Nyon, Switzerland, on Tuesday.

The 94 teams (87 directly qualified and 7 pairs of teams from the preliminary round), were divided into seven groups (groups 1 to 7) of ten teams and two groups (groups 8 to 9) of 12 teams.

Arsenal and Manchester United are already guaranteed a spot in this season’s group stages, alongside teams like Sevilla, Lazio and AC Milan.

The Gunners came close to winning the competition last season after making it all the way to the final in Baku, but were beaten by Chelsea in the final.

Group 1

Malmö (SWE) v Ballymena (NIR)/NSÍ (FRO)

Connah’s Quay Nomads (WAL) v Kilmarnock (SCO)

Breidablik (ISL) v Vaduz (LIE)

Brann (NOR) v Shamrock Rovers (IRL)

Vitebsk (BLR) v KuPS Kuopio (FIN)

Group 2

Ordabasy Shymkent (KAZ) v Torpedo Kutaisi (GEO)

Sant Julià (AND)/Europa (GIB) v Legia (POL)

Gzira United (MLT) v Hajduk Split (CRO)

Radnicki Niš (SRB) v Flora (EST)

CSKA Sofia (BUL) v Titograd (MNE)

Group 3

Maccabi Haifa (ISR) v Mura (SVN)

Debrecen (HUN) v Kukësi (ALB)

Jeunesse Esch (LUX) v Tobol Kostanay (KAZ)

FCSB (ROU) v Milsami Orhei (MDA)

?ukari?ki (SRB) v Banants (ARM)

Group 4

Crusaders (NIR) v B36 (FRO)

Inter Turku (FIN) v Brøndby (DEN)

Prishtina (KOS)/St Joseph’s (GIB) v Rangers (SCO)

Cork (IRL) v Progrès Niederkorn (LUX)/Cardiff Metropolitan University (WAL)

Molde (NOR) v KR (ISL)

Group 5

Levski Sofia (BUL) v Ružomberok (SVK)

Akademija Pandev (MKD) v Zrinjski (BIH)

FK Zeta (MNE) v Fehérvár (HUN)

Shakhtyor Soligorsk (BLR) v Hibernians (MLT)

Neftçi (AZE) v Speranta Nisporeni (MDA)

Group 6

Olimpija Ljubljana (SVN) v R?gas FS (LVA)

Budapest Honvéd (HUN) v Žalgiris Vilnius (LTU)

Radnik Bijeljina (BIH) v Spartak Trnava (SVK)

Fola Esch (LUX) v Chikhura Sachkhere (GEO)

Alashkert (ARM) v Makedonija Skopje (MKD)

Group 7

Dinamo Tbilisi (GEO) v La Fiorita (SMR)/Engordany (AND)

Široki Brijeg (BIH) v Kairat Almaty (KAZ)

Kauno Žalgiris (LTU) v Apollon Limassol (CYP)

Ventspils (LVA) v Teuta (ALB)

Cracovia Kraków (POL) v DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda (SVK)

Group 8

Stjarnan (ISL) v Levadia Tallinn (EST)

Barry Town (WAL)/Cliftonville (NIR) v Haugesund (NOR)

Riteriai (LTU) v KÍ (FRO)/Tre Fiori (SMR)

Dinamo Minsk (BLR) v Liep?ja (LVA)

Norrköping (SWE) v Saint Patrick’s (IRL)

Aberdeen (SCO) v RoPS Rovaniemi (FIN)

Group 9

Domžale (SVN) v Balzan (MLT)

Laçi (ALB) v Hapoel Beer-Sheva (ISR)

Budu?nost Podgorica (MNE) v Narva Trans (EST)

Sabail (AZE) v U Craiova 1948 (ROU)

Pyunik (ARM) v Shkupi (MKD)

AEK Larnaca (CYP) v Petrocub-Hincesti (MDA)

All sides will begin their Europa League qualifying journey on Thursday, July 11.

The return leg will be played a week later, on July 18

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