The Annual Citizenship Week Celebration is a flagship program run by the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE).

The Annual Citizenship Week Celebration is a flagship programme run by the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) that focusses on basic schools. The Suame Municipal office targeted 40 basic schools in the Municipality and successfully reached 43 basic schools, due to the assistance from the Suame Municipal Education Directorate, Public schools were clustered for an easy implementation of the programme, under the theme “Thirty Years of Consolidating Constitution Democracy and Building National Cohesion:  The Role of the Ghanaian Child”. The programme started from May 21th to June 22nd, with the goal of instilling values of volunteerism and good citizenship in the pupils.

Overall twenty (20) public schools and twenty-three (23) private schools were visited.  The Directorate invited prominent personalities from the Suame Municipality including Suame Municipal Director, Rev. Dr. Anthony Poku Nyamesem, Suame Municipal Local Government inspector, Madam Christiana Alolugo Minyila and Suame Municipal Non-Formal Education Director, Mrs. Millicent Ahulu.  Others are Mrs. Constance Amankwa, Gifty Owusu Sekyere and Margaret Andoh of NCCE Directorate.


CITIZENSHIP WEEK CELEBRATION:  As future leaders of Ghana, the students were inspired to be responsible and good citizens and have the country at heart and volunteer to the development and how to make positive impact in their communities and the country as a whole.


  The change in calendar of the GES examination period coincide with the CWC programme and  posed a serious challenge to the office.

ACHIEVEMENT:  The office implemented more activities than projected.

FEEDBACK:  unavailability of trash cans at vantage points is a concern for the pupils.

CONCLUSION:  To conclude, the 2023 Annual Citizenship Week Celebration programme was successful and was able to reach fifteen thousand three hundred and twenty-one (15,321) pupils.

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