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Tongu Students to benefit from Datalink’s scholarships

Datalink University College has unveiled a full tuition scholarship package for 300 brilliant but needy students from the North, South and Central Tongu districts...
The Independence Arch on the Black Star Square of Accra, capital of Ghana. (Photo by People’s Daily Online)

197 B/A youth take online marketing programme

The first batch of beneficiaries of the Online Digital Marketing and Entrepreneurship Programme have passed out after 16 weeks of intensive training on Digital...
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DACF program to cover women

A certain percentage of the District Assembly Common Fund (DACF) is to be set aside to support women to enhance their socio-economic livelihoods, Mrs....
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MiDA project expands to cover Tamale Central Market

The Central Market and the Timber Market in Tamale are to benefit from the Access Project under the Millennium Development Authority (MiDA) to improve...
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MiDA Project to Cover Tamale Central Market

The Central Market and the Timber Market in Tamale are to benefit from the Access Project under the Millennium Development Authority (MiDA) to improve...
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Health to go project covers 20 communities in Kumasi

“Health 2 Go”, a programme that delivers healthcare systems to the doorsteps of communities in hard to reach areas has been launched at Fufuo,...
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Unicef, South Korea sign US$10 million program to benefit children in NE Uganda

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and South Korea have signed a 10 million U.S. dollar program to provide water, sanitation and hygiene services...
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PfFJs programme covers more farmers in B/A

A total of 14,065 farmers have registered under the Planting for Food and Jobs (PfFJs) programme in Brong-Ahafo, Dr Cyril T. Quist, the Regional...
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2,000 Ghanaian children take part in free deworming exercise

More than 2000 children between two and 12 years at James Town and its environs in Accra have benefitted from a free deworming exercise. They...
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NEIP: Ghanaian Entrepreneurs to Benefit from US$10 Million

The Director of Business Support of National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NEIP) Mr. Franklin Owusu-Karikari, has reiterated government’s readiness of supporting entrepreneurs in the...
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‘Love Lafde’, to be release via a mobile app!

Get ready to witness the huge change soon, in the scenario of Marathi film industry with ‘Love Lafde’ releasing soon not in theatres but...
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MasterCard Scholarships Has Given Hope to Some 5,000 Students in Ghana

Five thousand scholars comprising 1000 tertiary and 4000 senior high school (SHS) students have so far benefited from the MasterCard Foundation Scholars Programme being...
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Ghana: Local businesses harvest on Chinese port expansion project

Fifty-year-old Gabriel Agbeve joined China Harbor Engineering Company (CHEC) in July 2016 as a mason after the Chinese firm won the contract to carry...

Kenyan farmers benefit from China-sponsored agricultural research, technologies

Kenya has made strides in agricultural transformation thanks to enhanced bilateral ties with China in a sector that contributes over one quarter of the...
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S. African ruling party to revise policies to benefit the majority

The African National Congress has proposed to revise the party's strategy and tactics to fasten radical socioeconomic transformation to improve the lives of South...
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ICT is Now a Matter of Necessity – Tony Nwoye

The Governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Anambra State, Dr. Tony Nwoye has finally reached an agreement with the international musician...
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At least 40 Tanzanian women, children to benefit from free surgeries

At least 40 women and children in Tanzania will undergo free breast and constructive surgeries from Nov. 3 to Nov. 5, organizers said on...
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Women Farmers, 3 Communities Benefit From C4C Project

A total of 98 women benefitted from subsidized ploughing services and soya seed bank project in the communities of Boo in Jirapa District and...
Students of a rural school in east China's Zhejiang Province have their art and craft class. (Photo from the People’s Daily)

Government aid funds give hope to more Chinese students

A total of 775 million students of all levels from pre-school up to university have benefited from China’s financial support since the country...
A staff from a radio administration bureau teaches students the application of radio in aerospace industry. An activity about space knowledge was held for students of a primary school in Qinhuangdao, north China’s Hebei province in April, 2017. (Photo by Shi Ziqiang from People’s Daily)

Chinese policies advance education opportunity to 370,000 Students

Over the past five years, some 370,000 students have been enrolled because of the special policies to recruit students from rural and poverty-stricken areas...

African experts urge robust policies to ensure communities benefit from natural capital

African governments should adopt progressive legislative and policy frameworks to ensure local communities accrue benefits from natural resources, experts said here on Wednesday. The experts,...
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Jewellers Federation wants goldsmith industry revitalised

The Federation of Ghanaian Jewellers (FGJ) has expressed worry over the gradual collapse of the goldsmith industry which continues to serve as a dominant...

Kwahu East Pupils Profit from “My First Day at School” Event

About 1,505 pupils from seven Circuits in the Kwahu East District have benefitted from this year’s “My First Day At School” Program as part...
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200,000 Adolescents Given Reproductive Health Education

About 200,000 adolescents in Ashanti and Brong Ahafo Regions are benefitting from adolescent reproductive health services as the fight to reduce teenage pregnancy intensified. This...
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BRICS Members Priorities Infrastructure Connectivity

An improved connectivity is significant to promote BRICS cooperation and has brought benefit to the people in the five countries, business representatives from BRICS...
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Farmers in Birim Central Gets Assistance from PFJ

As part of the Planting for Food and Jobs (PFJ) Programme, the Ministry of Food and Agriculture has provided 50 bags of maize...
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Liaison Group’s developmental projects looks at 6 communities

Six communities in the catchment area of the Newmont Golden Ridge Limited in the Birim North District are to benefit ‘royalties’ for developmental projects...
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BRICS countries benefit Africa in bilateral trade

BRICS countries have and continue to assist African countries collectively with investment, South African experts said Monday. At a seminar organized by...
Chinese engineer Zhang Qingchun (L2) and Kenyan workers work at the Mombasa West Station. [People's Daily]

EAC economic partnership gives room to Kenya

Kenya stands to gain significantly from stronger economic growth of regional partners, as it can take advantage of increased demand from these economies, says...
Sacrificial animals are seen at a livestock market set for the upcoming Muslim sacrificial festival Eid al-Adha, 60 km north of Cairo, Egypt, on Sept. 19, 2015. Muslims across the world are preparing to celebrate the annual festival of Eid al-Adha, or the Festival of Sacrifice, which marks the end of the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca and in commemoration of Prophet Abraham's readiness to sacrifice his son to show obedience to God. (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)

Namibia’s livestock farmers to benefit from new grant

Drought-hit livestock farmers in Namibia are expected to benefited from a coming European financial grant program, which will run over a period of six...