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Abena Tay Ministries, BCI Set to Combat Breast Cancer in Ghana

As part of efforts to help champion the cause of women in the country; Daughters Ministries International together with Abena Tay Ministries has taken...
Tilapia

Ghana places ban on the importation of Tilapia over Aquaculture virus

Government of Ghana announced a ban here on Wednesday on ornamental fish import to prevent the possibility of a new aquaculture virus from entering...
Atewa Forest

Ghana in national reafforestation program to combat climate change

As part of its activities to combat climate change, Ghana has rolled out a program to plant new tree seedlings in degraded forest areas...
Cyber Crime

Police Personnel Undergo Training to Tackle Cyber Crime

The Ghana Police Service is providing the requisite Information Communication and Technology (ICT) skills and training to its personnel to properly equip them to...
climate change

Kenya to tackle climate change using satellite data

Kenya plans to use satellite data in order to combat climate change, a senior government official said on Thursday. William Ruto, the Deputy President, told...
HIV budding out of a T-cell, part of the immune system.

Ghana Adopts test and treat methods to fight HIV/AIDS

Ghana is now implementing the test and treat policy which is aimed at testing and treating persons diagnosed with HIV instantly at the health...
blind

Ghana’s first eye health documentary launched to combat childhood blindness

Health officials in Kumasi, Ghana had front row seats for the premier of Ghana’s first documentary film on eye health. The film, an innovative...
Akufo-Addo

Ghana’s president launches anti-microbial resistance action plan

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Wednesday launched Ghana’s Anti-microbial Resistance National Policy and Action Plan, calling on Ghanaians to effect change in the...
journalists

Journalists armed to help combat juvenile crime in Ghana

Rape and defilement has been cited as the highest crime being committed by juvenile offenders in the country. It is unclear what is actually luring...
Child Abuse

“SAY IT” Campaign: to help combat sexual abuse against children in Ghana

As part of its efforts of combating sexual abuse against Children in Ghana, Child Rights International, has taken another judicious step by launching a...
MOFA And FAO

MOFA And FAO Grimly Determined To Combat Fall Armyworm

Mr. Abebe Haile Gabriel, FAO representative to Ghana has on Wednesday 10th January, 2018, made a presentation of Personal Protective Equipments (PPEs) to MoFA,...
trafficking

CPA To Create A National Strategy To Combat Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking

In a recent research from the Walk Free Foundation and the International Labour Organization (ILO) estimates that there are about 40 million victims of...
Climate change

Innovation body to help Kenyan SMEs combat climate change

Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC), a body established by the World Bank, said it plans to help 300 small and medium-sized enterprises to play...
border

Experts agree on stronger cross-border surveillance to combat deadly Marburg virus

Health experts and scientists from Uganda, Kenya and the World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday agreed to carry out joint border disease surveillance in...

Actionaid Ghana Swears in Anti-violence Team

Sixty-four community members in the Ga South Municipal Assembly have undergone a Community Based Anti-Violence Team(COMBAT) training with a charge on them to fight...
Two rhinoceros are seen in the Chobe National Park, northern Botswana, March. 24, 2015. The Kasane Conference on The Illegal Wildlife Trade was held on Tuesday in Kasane, the gateway to the Chobe National Park, with delegations from 35 countries and around 20 international organizations. (Xinhua/Lu Tianran)(azp)

Namibia to get US$1.8 million to combat illicit wildlife trafficking

Namibia's Environment Ministry will get financial aid valued at 1.8 million U.S. dollars from the U.S. Embassy to combat wildlife trafficking in the country. The...

Kenya to promote policies to combat desertification

Kenya has pledged to promote policies frameworks, strategies and actions to combat desertification, a senior government official said Friday. Cabinet Secretary in...

Australian State hospitals to ban sugary drinks to combat obesity

The Australian State of New South Wales' (NSW) health department announced Thursday that it will ban sugary soft drinks in all hospitals and care...

World Bank supports Ghana to combat deforestation and degradation

The World Bank (WB), through a grant agreement with Solidaridad West Africa for Natural Resources Management is supporting 53 selected communities in the Brong-Ahafo...

South Sudan’s peace activists seek efforts to combat hate speech

South Sudan's peace activists have called on the government to exert more efforts to tackle hate speech, which is rife since the East African...

GWCL To Map Out State Of Water Bodies In Ghana

The Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) has said it will soon commission a comprehensive audit of all water bodies to map out the state...

MTN Ghana Foundation to Combat Malaria in Ghana

MTN Ghana Foundation has taken a judicious step by embarking on a malaria sensitization programme to commemorate this year’s World Malaria Day. The programme...
Guinea Worm

Ghana Chalks Success In Fight Against NTDs

Ghana has been described as one of the countries in Africa that has successfully eradicated Guinea worm and Trachomaas, which are part of the...
illegal mining

Ministry Retrieve 500 Excavators From Illegal Mining Sites

The Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Mr John Peter Amewu, on Wednesday said 500 excavators have, so far, been retrieved from mining sites...

Facebook Takes a New to Approach Curbing False News

In it’s ongoing battle with false news, Facebook is taking an old-fashioned approach: putting ads in newspapers. The ads are appearing in French publications the...

Beijing Puts Inplace Facial Recognition System in Toilets

Public toilets in Beijing are deploying facial recognition technology to stop tissue paper thieves. At the Temple of Heaven, a popular tourist site, toilet users...
Climate change

Kenya mulls plan to combat climate change in counties

Kenya has upped efforts to reduce the country's vulnerability to climate change and has developed strategies to roll out county-specific action plans, officials tasked...
Terrorism

Aussie government partners with public sector to combat terror funding

The Australian government has formed a world-first partnership between its financial intelligence agency and the public sector in an attempt to further combat terrorism...
Illegal mining in led to the pollution of many water bodies

Ghana to strengthen law and technology to combat illegal mining

Ghana intends to use a three-prong approach to combat illegal mining, which poses a threat to its national security, a senior official said Tuesday. ...
A local resident is seen with his cattle in Baringo, northwest Kenya, March 12, 2015. Residents of Baringo County are experiencing extreme cases of hunger as a result of the long periods of drought in Kenya. According to Kenya's Devolution Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru, a total of 1.6 million people in arid and semi-arid parts of Kenya are in danger of dying as a result of hunger. (Xinhua/Simbi Kusimba)

Kenya to raise new funds from donors, private sector to combat drought

Kenya intends to raise new funds from multilateral donors and local corporations to support humanitarian assistance for an estimated 3 million people affected by...

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