Sunday, 1 August 2010

Teachers Without Borders’ West Africa Teachers' Conference 2010 [August 13-15] in Accra

In August 2010, Teachers Without Borders and the National Africa Foundation will be hosting the West Africa Teachers' Conference in Accra, Ghana. This conference is open to all educators from West Africa and beyond who are connected by their common interest in the theme of the conference: Teacher Professional Development in the 21st Century.

The conference will take place on August 13-15, 2010 at the Teachers' Hall Complex of the Ghana National Association of Teachers Secretariat in Accra, Ghana. It will be followed by a series of post-conference workshops (August 16-20) on teaching mastery. Teachers Without Borders will offer workshops on two flagship programs: The Certificate of Teaching Mastery and the Millennium Development Ambassadors program.

This gathering will bring together an international mix of educators from West Africa, including Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Benin.

Registration Fee
Participants from the African Continent: GHC100
Overseas Participants: USD$300
Information about submitting your conference registration payments will be published soon.

Transportation from Kotoka International Airport in Accra to the Teachers Hall Complex in Accra will be arranged by the Teacher Education Division of the Ghana Education Service (GES). Detailed information will be provided to all registered participants at least two weeks before the conference.

Accommodation for all resident participants is being provided by the Ghana National Association of Teachers at their Teachers Hostel of the Teachers Hall Complex, Accra. Arrangements are also being made with several hotels around the conference venue including the Avenida Hotel. Details of costs of accommodation at the hostels and hotels shall be provided soon. However, all hotels and hostels are providing discounts to participants who confirm their participation and reservation interest before August 6, 2010.

***We invite all interested teachers to register to attend the conference and consider submitting a proposal. For more information visit:

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