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Technology can help Ghana cut maternal mortality

Background The soaring story of maternal and infant mortality in the Northern region is not uncommon just as is the case in many parts of...
keto diet

Have We Lost Our Way Over These Ketogenic Regimes

“Wow, you are looking tight, amazing and oh your tummy, looking so flat.” These and many other complimentary comments have flooded social media lately especially...
HIV

Prayer Camps and HIV fight: Ghana’s agenda 90-90-90 could derail

Prayer camps have now become part of the Christian religion practice in our society. In the Eastern Region for example, there is intense competition...
Agriculture in Africa

Safeguarding food security can be sustained through census of agriculture

It's been 33 years since the last census of Agriculture was conducted in the country to gather real data on people and communities that...
Emirates Airline

Ghanaians Grab Dream Jobs with Emirates

It is always delightful to see preschoolers in dashing dummy uniforms, which depict their dreams to, in the future, work in the sky. However, with...
Prematurity

The World Over Observes World Prematurity Day

Ghana on November 17 joined the global community to observe the World Prematurity day. A premature baby is born too early, before 37 weeks...
Breast Cancer

Always Check The Breast Lump and Be Safe

The breast is no doubt one of the natural endowment of every women either big or small and sometimes forms part of the characteristics...
The Budget Officer, of the Kassena-Nankana West , Mr Seidu Soalihu , collating the views and aspirations of the Citizens to be factored into the Assembly’s Medium Term Development Plan

CSO’s to Spearhead Ghana’s Medium Development Plan

Per the local governance concept being implemented by Ghana as a country , it is constitutionally mandatory for all the...
Nzulezu Village

Nzulezu Community Fast Losing Its beautiful Image

The beauty of Nzulezu, one of the cherished tourist sites in the Western Region, is gradually being marred by the daily rise of plastic...
tourism in Ghana

Reasons Behind Ghana’s Tourism Slow Pace

One of the less addressed topics in the Ghanaian socio-economic settings is tourism. This has been so due to the lack of appreciation of the...
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Free SHS Policy Implementation Gets a Thumps Up

The 1992 Constitution of Ghana has some provisions that calls for the need for free compulsory basic education. For instance, Article 25 (1) says; “All...
Togo and Ghana receiving more Ivorian refugees as crisis spreads

Togo’s Political Crisis Generates Concerns About Children’s Safety .

Grief, in the form of anger consumed Amivi. She is still unable to endure the death of her husband in a road crash during...
Politics MP Suspension

TMA Suspense Tema West MP

The Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA) on Wednesday voted to suspend one of its members, Mr Carlos Kingsley Ahenkora for six months for obstructing the...
Cashew Farmers

How many people want to try cashew farming in Ghana?

Since the early 1960s when cashew cultivation began in Ghana it has steadily, albeit slowly, blossomed into a significant economic tree crop with a...
Natural gas

Ghana Must Consider LNG

It has widely been agreed for some years now that in order to end the misery of Dumsor (power crises), Ghana must install the...
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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...
Jesus Christ

Easter and the resurrection of Christ, controversies Within

Easter Sunday is a festival and holiday celebrated by millions of Christians and people around the world who honour the resurrection of Jesus Christ...

Africa: Taking Power Into Our Own Hands To Develop

But this excitement has regularly been dampened when discussion turns to electricity. In a continent where 620 million people lack access to electricity, the situation...
Bakoto Kinteh in a rice field at the Juffureh dyke in The Gambia. ActionAid partner ADWAC built the dyke to reclaim the fields from climate damage. Photo: ,Jane Hahn/ActionAid

How mFarms Is Aiding Agriculture

It is estimated that more than 64 per cent people work in the agricultural sector in Ghana with an average age of 55 years...

The Aphrodisiac Myth

Unfortunately, peer pressure and curiosity has led many amongst the youth to participate in sexual acts and the worrying trend in this regard is...
Photo taken on Dec. 11, 2015 shows the coastal view of the Zhaoshu Island in Sansha City, south China's Hainan Province. (Xinhua/Liu Chan)

Western Region: CSLP change lives around coastal areas

The project aimed at strengthening capacity for low emissions development through improved coastal forest landscape management, biodiversity conservation, climate change mitigation measure and environmental...
fibroid

The High Incidence of Fibroid in Ghana is Worrying

The records are frightening, but it is true that three to five cases of fibroid are operated daily at Korle Bu Teaching Hospital alone. It...
A child with cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy Children Has Possibilities in Life

I had an opportunity to talk to a pastor of a well known church in Ghana about cerebral palsy (CP), as part of an...

Humanitarian Services and the role of Rotary Clubs

Gripped by the spirit of hmanitarian and philanthropism, the Rotary Club of Accra Ring Road Central (RCC) has partnered Rotary Club of Limay,...
EC Chairman Mrs Osei

Ghana’s Voter Display Complexities

The Electoral Commission (EC) is going through one of the difficult electoral period ever since the inception of the fourth republic. In spite of the...
drugs

Paying close attention medication and their side effects

The World Health Organisation at its 1978 Conference in Soviet Union produced the Alma-Ata Health Declaration, which was designed to serve governments as...
US Ambassador to Ghana, Mr Robert Jackson

Ghana’s economic growth is reliant on entrepreneurship

According to Win Naudé, Global development is entering a phase where entrepreneurship would increasingly play a more important role, particularly in some countries. Naudé, is...
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Could we forget three-six-fifteen?

Floods have become a regular annual occurrence in Accra, and are therefore not strange at all to the residents of Ghana’s capital city....
Marriage

Cohabitation before marriage on the rise in Ghana

A GNA feature by Kwamina Tandoh Accra, Jan. 11, GNA - Cohabitation before marriage has been an issue of concern in the society as it...
EBOLA

Ghana should not relax on ebola

There are reasons why some people might feel that the worst of the Ebola Viral Disease (EVD) is over. New infections have receded and...