Closing of the intensive French course at Burma Camp and Teshie Military Academy

Representatives of the military cooperation between France and Ghana, French teachers and military students met in Burma Camp and at the Military Academy in Teshie on 29 May and 11 April to celebrate the closing of the French course, co-financed by the French Embassy.

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Representatives of the military cooperation between France and Ghana, French teachers and military students met in Burma Camp and at the Military Academy in Teshie on 29 May and 11 April to celebrate the closing of the French course, co-financed by the French Embassy. 42 military personnel from the two French Language Teaching Centres in Accra and Teshie attended this 4-month intensive course, at the end of which they passed the French certification DELF. During the ceremonies, Major General William Omane Agyekum, Captain Opoku, and Marion Lauprêtre, coordinator of the French teaching program, saluted the dynamism of the French teachers, and the remarkable involvement of the highly motivated Ghanaian military, while recalling the real need for the Ghana Armed Forces personnel to be able to communicate in French in a predominantly French-speaking regional context.

The French Embassy is extremely pleased with the success of the French teaching programme and wishes to express its friendship with the Ghana Armed Forces with whom it has been working in close cooperation on this project since 2002.

Dernière modification : 12/04/2018

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