98% success rate on DELF exams! [fr]
French language training in the military: DELF exams result up
The DELF (Diplôme d’Études en Langue Française) exams were held at the Alliance Française d’Accra during the week of September 24-28, 2018. Candidates from the Ghanaian armed forces took part in these examinations.
The French language teaching project, created in 2003 by the military cooperation of the French Embassy in collaboration with the education department of the Ghanaian army, allows Ghanaian officers to learn the French language in order to conduct operations in French-speaking countries. To date, five language centres have been opened to offer French courses taught by qualified Ghanaian teachers, some of whom have been trained in France.
In 2018, 152 trainees attended French courses. With nearly 91% success rate in the DELF (Diplôme d’Études en Langue Française), teachers and trainees have once again demonstrated their determination and willingness to learn the French language.
The Burma Camp centre allowed 42 soldiers to take the DELF exams last March and September. Thanks to the commitment of its teachers David Agbeli, Bridget Anthonio and Martin Drofenu, the centre achieved a success rate of 98%. Congratulations!