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Ghana’s hospitality industry pay little attention to quality service

Madam Adeline Boateng, the Human Resource Manager of the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), who stated this, said players in the country’s hospitality industry paid...
WaterAid Ghana

Water Aid Ghana develops 5 year strategy

Dr Afia Zakyia, Country Representative of Water Aid Ghana, who announced this in Tamale, said the strategy, which would be launched in January, would...

85.1% Ghanaians don’t have access to safe and private toilets

She explained that out of the 85.1 per cent; 60 per cent of the people are without toilets and shared toilets, while six per...

NAHSAG Braces up for 10th Annual Congress

The National Health Students, Association of Ghana (NAHSAG) is the mother union of all health trainees in disciplines including, but not limited to nursing,...

Unilever Ghana wins CSR Award

The Ghana CSR Excellence awards modelled after the European CSR Excellence awards seeks to identify, verify, evaluate and reward socially-responsible activities of companies in...
Dr. Sylvia Josephine Anie, CChem FRSC

Ghana’s scientist Dr Sylvia Anie called to the board of WaterAid

WaterAid welcomes leading Ghanaian scientist Dr Sylvia Anie Dr Sylvia J. Anie FRSM FRSC The international development organisation,WaterAid is delighted to announce the...
Portable drinking water

NGO supports Tolon district with potable water

The project, which was implemented at the cost of $90,000 would benefit over 4,200 people indirectly. The source of water for the Kasuliyili community was...
School kids

1,400 Children Die as a Result of Poor Sanitation – WaterAid

"We are now one step closer in ensuring such tragedy will be a thing of the past with the recent agreement of the Global...
UNICEF

UNICEF commences Tippy Tap Technology project

The move is to support the government to address the poor hygiene practices in schools and in fulfillment of the rights to water and...
School Pupils watching their colleagues washing their hands with soap and running water.

USAID RING provides hand washing equipment to ten institutions

The equipment are to help promote and inculcate the habit of hand washing among the school pupils and the general public. The educational institutions...
sanitation

Brong Ahafo poised for sanitation exercise

The Brong-Ahafo Region has been equipped with sanitation tools and equipment for the successful hosting of the 10th monthly national sanitation exercise slated for...
sanitation

Sensitize people on National Sanitation Day – Collins Dauda

Alhaji Collins Dauda, the Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, has appealed to the media to whip up enthusiasm and enhance participation...
Over 10,000 lives have been lost to the Ebola viral disease

GES Director lauds UNICEF/TLF for Ebola, cholera campaign

The Northern Regional Director of Education, Alhaji Mohammed Haroon Cambodia has commended "The Light Foundation - Ghana" (TLF), for their good works in preventing...
School kids

United Way Ghana leads community change at Chemu Naa

Nii Odarlai Lamptey, a 56 year old fisherman in Chorkor, one of Accra?s biggest fishing enclaves, is among several residents who are confronted with...

Teach kids about hygiene

Mr Ibrahim Baidoo, Ashaiman Municipal Chief Executive, has called on Ghanaians to inculcate good moral values and proper sanitation practices in their children. ...
Sandals

Free footwear for rural communities

The Catholic Relief Services (CRS), as part of its drive to improve good sanitary practices and academic performance in rural communities in the Northern...

Demolitions should follow a well-thought-out plan

Demolitions Must Be Well-Thought-Out The massive demolitions reportedly under way in Accra, following the flooding and fuel-fire conflagration that hit the Kwame Nkrumah Circle area...

How serious could Kwadwo Bonsu be as a mayor?

Is Kwadwo Bonsu A Serious Mayor? I have never met the man and have absolutely no desire of meeting him anytime soon. But by his...

54 households receive support from RING

RING Supports 54 Households with Small Ruminants in Tolon District The Tolon District Assembly in collaboration with the Resiliency in Northern Ghana (RING) project has...

Odododiodio residents educated on good personal hygiene

A health care screening exercise has been organized for over thousand residents in the timber market palladium community, a suburb of the Odododiodio Constituency...

Practitioners in water, sanitation and hygiene to be trained

The Ensign College of Public Health, a private tertiary institution, in collaboration with the University of Utah in the US, would organize a training...

Kitchen facility of Arirang Hotel closed down

Some meat in Arirang Hotel kitchen ?We have closed down the kitchen facility of Arirang Hotel and Restaurant on Kyadondo Road, Nakasero. We will continue...
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Ghana government urged to make WASH a national priority

By Francis Tandoh WaterAid Ghana Tuesday urged the government of Ghana to make water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) a priority in the country?s national plans...

NAHSAG to Hold 9th Annual Delegates’ Congress

The National Health Students, Association of Ghana (NAHSAG) is the mother union of all health trainees in disciplines including, but not limited to nursing,...
USAID

USAID initiate nationwide health screening

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through the Global Communities (GC), has initiated a nationwide health screening programme as part of the...
WaterAid Ghana

NGO hold education forum for Nima community

The World Health Organization Joint Monitoring Programme reports that 85.6 per cent of Ghanaians lack access to improved sanitation and 12.8 per cent are...
Mr Nii Lantey Vanderpuye, Deputy Minister of Local Government and Rural Development

Health promotion,a steps towards development

Mr Edwin Nii Lantey Vanderpuye, Deputy Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, on Wednesday urged Ghanaians to embrace good sanitation and hygiene, to...

UENR admits 871 fresh students

The University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) at Fiapre could enroll 871 fresh students out of 1,400 qualified students due to lack of...
health

US Committed To Strengthening Ghanaian Health Care System

The United States (U.S) Government through the Agency for International Development (USAID), is supporting the Government of Ghana?s efforts to improve access to treated...
sanitation

Sanitation Committee members undergo orientation course

Members of the Sanitation Standards Implementation Committees (SSICs) of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), have received an intensive orientation to step up hygiene in...

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