How my life has changed since schools closed in Ghana

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On March 15, 2020, the legislature of Ghana requested the conclusion of all instruction establishments to hinder the COVID-19 pandemic and control its impact on the wellbeing area.

Because of the school terminations, my life and that of my family have changed a ton, and countless understudies, educators and guardians are in a similar circumstance.

Training in my locale and around me has transformed from the typical study hall learning structure to a remote learning framework, which incorporates separation and web based learning stages, and the turning out of exercises on Ghana Learning Television (GLTV) and on the radio.

Day by day tasks are added to my daily schedule

I am an understudy at Lamashegu M/A Junior High School in Tamale, where I live. This was not how I intended to spend the scholarly year! I wake up every day and jump on my mother’s telephone to get to the substance and tasks my instructors send me. I likewise practice after I am finished with my home errands every morning.

I am currently accountable for cooking, washing dishes, cleaning the compound, and washing garments. This makes it extremely trying for me to learn, so I attempt to oversee it by doing the greater part of my home tasks toward the beginning of the day, at that point before supper I do my learning. My schedules are amazingly dull.

My folks are home as well, and they are more strong than any other time in recent memory. They help me with my tasks and furthermore draw in me with more tasks after I am finished with what my instructors send me.

My mom, who is a merchant, needed to quit working since she was unable to go outside to exchange a little while prior. Things are currently better for her since she can exchange from home. My mother is useful, she helps me with my home errands at times, leaving me sufficient opportunity to consider.

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