Now more than ever!

We’re experiencing unprecedented global change and we’re all in it together. There has never been a more compelling time to be globally educated. It is fundamental to enable young people to access and participate in shaping our world. Although our programmes have paused in schools due to the current lock-down we’ve been creative in how we continue our work…

A Creative COVID-19 response


A creative COVID-19 response

Our Get Global Covid-19 Workbook takes students on a 2-week journey of activities and daily challenges.  These activities range from researching a country and finding some key facts to understanding different ways of thinking about an issue or challenge. We also want to ensure that students can access another side of this lockdown by creating daily challenges with their family members. Making dinner with an adult, writing a note of appreciation and even building the tallest structure with things you find in the house. Read more…


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Our Get Global Programme

Get Global works with schools, teachers and communities in Ghana to give young people the tools they need to tackle the problems they face in their communities. It is an experiential education programme for children aged 9-11 to develop the values, skills and knowledge needed to become engaged ‘global citizens’ and support the development of young Ghanaian community leaders.

We design and deliver global citizenship education programmes

Our experiential curriculum is led by local, trained facilitators and engages students in practical activities and social action themed around the SDGs; from developing their own products to sell, mobilising to clean up their community to growing sustainable produce.

Locally led

It is important that all our programmes are run by local young people who can be role models for participating students.

Thoughtful Design

Our programmes are designed with the local community in mind, ensuring that the curriculum has an interactive yet appropriate foundation.

Low Cost

The programmes use sustainable materials that are sourced locally making them affordable and environmentally friendly.

Providing young people with a structured and coherent
entry point into civic and social action.

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