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Climate Action In Africa

African Governments Charged to Prioritise Agro-Ecology

Forty-five civil society organisations (CSOs) in agro-ecology and environment have called on African governments to place agro-ecology at the centre of their climate change...
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Corruption: The Biggest Enemy To Africa’s Development

The impact of corruption cannot be underestimated, as it continues to hamper the development and democracy of Africa, and as well as impedes the...

24 Of 39 Top Priorities Of Ghanaian Citizens Found Space In The Annual Budget...

SEND GHANA has lauded governments over the years for being very responsive to the demands of the citizenry. With funding support from the World Bank,...

Ghana To Migrate From Analogue To A Digital Stage

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) entreated governments worldwide to migrate from analogue broadcasting to digital by June 2015. A number of countries including some African...

Harnessing The Potential Of Local Content For Economic Growth And Inclusive Development

The Executive Director of the Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP), Mr Benjamin Boakye, has reiterated the need for government, civil society, and the...
Children

If Countries Act Now, Children Born Today Could Be Healthier, Wealthier, More Productive

New World Bank research released today gives policymakers compelling evidence that delivering better outcomes in children’s health and learning can significantly boost the incomes...

Governments: Brainstorm over climate change issues in Bangkok

Against the backdrop of severe and record heatwaves, bushfires, droughts and floods across the world, governments held a supplementary meeting in Bangkok to prepare...
UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Governments Must Prioritize Children’s Right In The Implementation Of SDGs And Development Agendas –...

The Day of the African Child champions the protection and rights of African Children. It commemorates the bravery of the youth who lost their...
Nation Builders Corps (NABCO)

Governments NaBCo Project Seeks to Employ Some 18,000 youth

The government has earmarked 18,000 unemployed graduates for the agricultural sector under the Nation Builders Corps (NaBCo) initiative this year, Mr. George Oduro, a...
Nation Builders Corps (NABCO)

Minister asks all to support Governments NaBCO program

The Eastern Regional Minister, Mr Eric Kwakye Darfour has advised unemployed graduates not to listen to the political criticisms of government’s newly outdoored Nation...
media

Mainstream media needs government support to stand firmly

Global media practitioners have asked governments to fund the work of mainstream media to enable it to operate and offer a credible and reliable...
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President Akufo-Addo calls for an end to free speech suppression

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has called governments the world over, to put an end to state sponsored acts that impede the practice of...
Mustapha Abdul-Hamid

Ghana Government advised to allow media freedom

Dr Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, the Information Minister, has urged Governments inhibiting press freedom to open up for the common good of society. He entreated the media...
Internet

WWW asks governments to stop shutting Internet services

Madam Nnenna Nwakanma, the Senior Policy Manager of World Wide Web Foundation, has urged nations to desist from shutting down the internet. Speaking at the...
One-District-One-Factory project

Agric Expert says Governments One District one dam will provide food security

Professor Livingston Kobina Sam-Amoah,the Provost of the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) has said the government’s...
tax

West African Governments To Clamp Down On Non-Tax Compliance

The Ghana Revenue Authority has embarked on an education drive to lift tax-to-GDP, which currently stands at 16.5%. It has accelerated its drive to...
disability

Beijing Hosts Government Officials to Discuss Commitments Towards Disability-inclusive Society

Senior government officials, policymakers, civil society and academia from over 30 countries across Asia-Pacific have gathered in Beijing this week to accelerate commitments towards...

Parliament charge ministry to investigate alleged slave auction in Libya

Mr Frank Annoh-Dompreh, Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs, has called on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to collaborate with the United...

Education demands contribution of all stakeholders

Professor Jonathan Fletcher, the Dean of the School of Education and Leadership at the University of Ghana, has said all stakeholders in education have...
Education

Ghana marks World Children’s Day

Africa’s youth have called on governments to create the enabling environment where they could get quality education and contribute to development. They also urged the...

WWF Welcomes Ambition To End Dependency On Coal

World Wide Fund, (WWF) for nature has welcomed the creation of the ‘The Global Alliance to Power Past Coal’, launched in Bonn at the...
agriculture

Agriculture In Ghana Vulnerable To Climate Change

Mr Kingsley Kwako Amoako, Head of Environment and Climate Unit at the Ministry of Food and Agriculture has said Ghana needs to embrace global...
climate change

COP23 Demands That Greenhouse Emissions Be Cut

A total of 25,000 visitors are attending the United Nations conference of Parties (COP23) on climate change currently underway in Bonn, Germany. The conference which...
Digital technology has been widely applied by Chinese factories. Picture is an intelligent workshop of SANY Heavy Industry, known as the "intelligent factory" of China in Changsha, Hunan province. (Photo from the official website of SANY Heavy Industry.)

Bureau of Public Safety Holds Biennial Safety Conference

The Bureau of Public Safety in collaboration with the Factories Inspectorate Department has organised its fourth biennial national safety conference in Tema. More than fifty...
Migration

Countries expected to act on new UN migration agenda

The Asia-Pacific Regional Preparatory Meeting for the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, opened in Bangkok this week with a call for...
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Movement Of People And Cargo Across Borders Posing Risk – WHO

Dr Owen Laws Kaluwa, Representative of the World Health Organisation (WHO) in Ghana, has stressed the need to strengthen collaboration among countries for proper...
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Enrollment Reduce Drastically In Tano North District

Student enrollment at the Yamfo Vocational Training Institute in the Tano North District of Brong-Ahafo Region has reduced drastically following the implementation of the...
tourism

CICS to Commence Work on Volta Regions Industrial Parks

Constellar Institute for Creative Studies, a private enterprise, is working on the development of three industrial parks in the Volta region. The initiative is to...
UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

ESCAP, Korea Advise Governments on Innovative Financing Systems for Agenda 2030

A new report released today by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), in partnership with the Science...
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PIAC task citizens to ensure governments follows long term development plan

The Public and Accountability Committee (PIAC) says it is up to citizens of Ghana to ensure that current and successive governments use Ghana’s long...