The Worldreader Ghana in partnership with the Secretariat of the Accra World Book Capital, 2023 and other stakeholders brought together children and educators for the second edition of the Accra DigiRead Experience. The reading activity which took place on December 7, 2023 at the premises of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly offered children the opportunity to share their love of reading through their participation in several reading activities. Visit our photo gallery for more pictures.
The Ghana Book Development Council (GBDC), the Ghana Education Service, the Ghana Library Authority (GhLA), and the Coalition of Ashanti Authors and Publishers (CoAAP) organised the 2022 Regional Book Fair in Kumasi, which kick-started on 20th October 2022. Its main purpose was to make books accessible to pupils and the general public in the Ashanti Region.
In all, 20 exhibitors comprising members of the CoAAP, the Coalition of Ashanti Book Sellers and Paper Converters, GBDC and GhLA were present at the fair.
The Ghana Book Development Council participated in the 2022 National Education Week at the Accra International Conference Centre, from 10th to 13th October 2022.
This year's theme centered on ‘Re-Assessing Educational Policies for Effective Service Delivery and National Transformation’.
A Stakeholder Consultation was held on Thursday, 13th October 2022 at the Department of Publishing Studies-KNUST, Kumasi, to discuss and review the draft of the National Book and Reading Policy (NBRP).