Ghana and the United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in February 2019 launched a programme to empower adolescents and young people to deepen their scope of existing activities to attain a Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE).

Known as the “Our right, Our lives, Our Future (O³), it started last year with support from the Governments of Sweden and Ireland.

This MOU between the government of Ghana and UNESCO has received a lot of backlashes from the Ghanaian community, reports.

Most Social media users who have come across the documentation of this program have objected to its implementation in our basic schools.

Some have argued out that the Government have reached this agreement in order to implement the LGBT society in the country, reports.

However the Ghana Education Service (GES), has debunked such claims and have assured Parents and the general public that nothing of that sort will be approved in our school curriculum.

In a post as Sighted by, the Ghana Education affirmed their disapproval to the CSE programme.

Also’s thorough research into the New Based Curriculum which have been introduced by the NACCA(National Council for Curriculum & Assessment ) has no content that introduces Learners to such contents.