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GKA Drafts Policy Aimed at Addressing Prolong Kidney Diseases

A Renal Care Policy has been developed by the Ghana Kidney Association (GKA) to help address the causes, prevention, treatment and costs of chronic...
African Union Agenda

African countries urged to commit towards addressing AU Agenda 2063 implementation challenges

Botswana's International Affairs and Cooperation Minister Unity Dow on Wednesday urged African countries to commit towards addressing African Union (AU) Agenda 2063 implementation challenges....
Wpid Money Growth

South Africa reaffirms commitment to addressing structural constraints

The South African government remains strongly committed to addressing the structural constraints so as to grow the economy and improve public finances, the National...

Send Ghana request plan for NHIS re-imbursement

Send Ghana, a policy research and advocacy non-governmental organisation, has asked government to develop financial sustainability plan to manage the National Health Insurance Scheme...
University of Education Winneba

UEW Researches Into Adaptive Behaviors

The University of Education Winneba (UEW)-Ghana, Faculty of Educational studies is hosting the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development (ISSBD). The workshop is...

Ghana and Rwanda Work Towards Fast-Tracking ICT Reforms

Ghana and Rwanda would soon constitute a joint team to facilitate the process of using Information Communication Technology (ICT) to speed up the ongoing...
U.S And Ghana

U.S And Ghanaian Officials Mark Progress In Addressing Child Trafficking

Senior officials from the U.S. Government and the Government of the Republic of Ghana met on October 25 to discuss progress in achieving the...
UN food agency chiefs on visit to drought-hit Ethiopia

UN food agency advise on the handling hunger crisis from source

Speaking at the conclusion of a four-day visit to Ethiopia, including to the drought-stricken Somali region, the heads of the United Nations food agencies...

Mezzo Maths Concept Addressing Ghana’s Mathematics Challenges

When many people hear the subject of mathematics in Africa, the only word associated with it is difficulty- and with this many engender the...

Bad weather prevents Zuma from addressing media conference

South African President Jacob Zuma was unable to address the opening ceremony of the 69th World News Media Congress in Durban due to extreme...
Illegal miners in business

Retired Military Officer Supports Against Illegal Mining

A retired military officer has called for strong support for the government’s push to end the destruction of the environment through the activities of...
Youth participants at the forum

Ghana @ 60 Committee Challenges Youth To Be Innovative

The Planning Committee for Ghana at 60 Anniversary on Wednesday launched a competition christened: “Jubilee Innovation Challenge,” aimed at challenging the youth from 18...
Participants at the Local Assemblies' leadership workshop

African Leaders Urged To Quicken Continental Free Trade

African political leaders have been urged to move quickly on the continental free trade area (CFTA) negotiations. Mr. Anthony Nyame-Baafi, Director of Multilateral, Regional and...

Gov’t and Stakeholders to Design Ghana’s Property Addressing System – Bawumia

Government will next week convene a meeting with key stakeholders to begin the process of fashioning out a national Property Addressing System (PAS), to...
NDC supporters

NDC Youth Wing Unhappy With Attacks On Members

The Youth Wing of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has expressed concern about attacks on some of its members and called on the leadership...
Mr Eric Kofi Dzakpasu,

Voting resumes at Jaman North on orders of EC

The Electoral Commission (EC) has directed the resumption of voting in the Jaman North Constituency of the Brong Ahafo Region. Mr Eric Kofi Fleming Dzakpasu,...
climate change

Unemployed youth asked to champion the fight against climate change

He said climate change threatens national food security, and therefore challenged the government and her development partners to empower and motivate the youth...
Gabon moves to solve housing deficit

Water and Housing Ministry makes giant strides in housing

According to him the Ministry has chalked out the success by adopting various strategies and policies, to complement the efforts of the private sector...

Youth unemployment is a great worry to me – Mrs Quartey

She said when TVET was given the needed attention most of the youth who could not continue their education would acquire skills to empower...
A sailor is taking part in the fire drill on the Chinese patrol vessel "Haixun 01" on April 8, 2016 in the South China Sea. [Photo/Xinhua]

Using Dual-track Technique Could Hold South China Sea Issue Together

China will persist in a “dual-track approach” in dealing with the South China Sea disputes and maintain a broader picture of China-ASEAN ties, the...

Biafra and Niger Delta Issues Need To Be Addressed

Many Nigerians from various nationalities and foreigners have approached me about my thoughts concerning the on-going agitations of the people in Southern Nigeria otherwise...
Flags of G7

G7 summit will have little influence on addressing declining world economy

Despite a heavy agenda, the G7 leaders' summit, kicking off here Thursday, might yield little due to unsolved disparities and, very likely, only serve...
File photo taken on May 13, 2015 shows the workboat of a Chinese archaeological team for the archaeological work of the Shanhu Island No. 1 shipwreck in the Xisha archipelago in the South China Sea.(Xinhua)

Legal minds say negotiation is a safer in addressing South China Sea Rows

A code of conduct (COC) reached through direct negotiations and consultations based on international law might be a solution to the South China Sea...
Akufo Addo addressing NPP Fund raising campaign

Ghanaians Have Hope Because Change Is Coming – Akufo-Addo

According to him, the current state of affairs under the Mahama-led administration dwells on prosperity for the friends and family of the people in...
UNCCD National Focal Point for Ghana, Mr Asher Nkegbe , taking some community members through Sustainable Land and Water Management

Addressing Climate Change, Food Security Through Sustainable LandManagement

Land degradation is an increasing issue globally, exacerbated by climate change and affecting food security, threatening water resources and ultimately acting as a driver...

Ghana can consolidate its gains on TB eradication – WHO

WHO maintains that the difficulty in MDR-TB case finding and management pose a threat to the gains the country has made in addressing TB. “Therefore,...
Unsafe abortion global and regional estimates of incidence of unsafe abortion and associated mortality in 2008.

Addressing the reality of the Abortion menace

The societal pressures that force millions of women to do so are many, ranging from poverty to religion. Whether abortion is good or bad...
South African President Jacob Zuma hosts the Presidential Investor Luncheon and World Economic Forum review in Cape Town, South Africa, on Feb. 9, 2016. South African President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday the government and business alike should work to ensure that investment should not be allowed to slow down in difficult times. (Xinhua/DOC/Elmond Jiyane)

Zuma and top level officials to embark on a peace mission to Burundi

The committee was appointed during the recently held African Union (AU) Summit in Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, Zuma said. Zuma has been appointed as the...
African women farmers

Develop Affordable Agric Credits For Farmers

He said CRSA prioritised the concerns of the most vulnerable in society, including people’s rights, knowledge and vulnerability. Mr Nutsukpo was speaking at a day’s...

Street naming completed in Ayensuano

He said the Assembly is expected to continue with the plan at Kofi Pare, Amanase, Teacher Mante and Mankrong. Mr Darko, who made this known...