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Ghana, US Companies to Provide Catholic Facilities with Solar Energy

Strategic Security Systems International and the American Engineering Group (AEG) International, on Wednesday signed an agreement for United States Government grant support for feasibility...
James Town beach residents happy with provision of new toilet

Residents of Jamestown Town Beach Pleased for New Toilet

Residents at the James Town beach in Accra have been provided with a new modern toilet facility constructed by Mr Joseph Addo, the assemblyman...
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Sierra Leone police say struggling with election security provision

Sierra Leone's newly appointed said Thursday that providing security during the March 7 general elections would be a herculean task. Richard Moigbe, Inspector General of...
A car burns as a crowd of more than 100 people gathers following the fatal shooting of a man in Milwaukee, Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that officers got in their cars to leave at one point, and some in the crowd started smashing a squad car's window, and another vehicle, pictured, was set on fire. The gathering occurred in the neighborhood where a Milwaukee officer shot and killed a man police say was armed hours earlier during a foot chase. (Calvin Mattheis/Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel via AP)

GNFS Proposes Personal Protective Equipment For Personnel

To keep up with the standards of international best practices, the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) is proposing the provision of Personal Protective Equipment...

President Nana Addo Paints Gloomy Picture Of Ghana’s Economy

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, Tuesday, delivering his maiden State-of-the-Nation Address , painted a gloomy picture of the national economy and called for consensus...

PFAG Notes Promise Of “ONE VILLAGE ONE DAM”

The Board and Members of the Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana (PFAG) have congratulated the President-elect, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and elected Members of...
political parties

Political Parties Urged To Prioritize Affirmative Action

The participants, majority of whom were women politicians, also called on the political parties to establish an empowerment fund to support women to run...
JICA

Japan To Augment Ghana’s Power Sector

Mr Koji Makino, the Japan International Co-operation Agency (JICA) Country Representative for Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone, said the Agency would continue to support...
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Kenya’s Tana Delta generates US$2.5 million annually via ecosystems

According to Economics of Ecosystem and Biodiversity Services of Tana River Basin launched Thursday in Nairobi, Kenya's longest river could provide answer to poverty,...

Kojo Ashong Basic School Benefits from Project Maji

The $ 10,000 facility, undertaken in partnership with World Vision International, will benefit over 234 school children who had to walk long distances in...
An exhibitor from Amiran Kenya sets his fresh produce during the Annual Naivasha Horticulture Trade Fair held in Naivasha, Nakuru County recently. Kenyan fruits and vegetables face ban in the EU market due to failure to meet set regulations. Photo: Antony Gitonga/Standard

Australia to offer drought assistance to Southern Africa

The Australian Government will provide further support to southern Africa in response to the acute food shortages caused by severe El Niño conditions in...
Inusah Fuseini

Government makes efforts to improve Ghana’s transportation system

Alhaji Inusah Fuseini, the sector Minister, told journalists on Tuesday that the move was directed at helping to achieve government’s objective of providing integrated,...
Moses Asaga, CEO of the National Petroleum Authority

NPA Boss Lauds GPHA

These, according to him will go a long way to attract a lot of vessels to the country and also sustain bunkering activities in...

The Legal Provision in Zenator Case to be Given on 18 July

A five member Supreme Court panel chaired by Justice William Atuguba has set July 18 to interpret the constitutional provision that requires a...
A doctor examines a larva of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, the carrier of Zika virus, in a laboratory of the Ministry of Health, in San Jose, Costa Rica, on Jan. 29, 2016. The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday said it would convene an International Health Regulations emergency committee on the Zika virus to ascertain whether the outbreak constitutes a public health emergency of international concern.(Xinhua/Kent Gilbert) (jp) (sp)

Rwanda partners with South Korea to promote e-health

The MOU will also facilitate cooperation on digital healthcare between Yonsei University Health System and University Teaching Hospital of Kigali (CHUK). Briefing...
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Borehole sensors to boost water management in N. Kenya

Senior officials from the charity group who spoke to Xinhua on the sidelines of the ICT for development summit in Nairobi on Monday said...

Why can’t politicians think about Ghana’s technocrats and public servants for a minute?

In our quest of trying to build a good society,promote good governance and having access to basic social amenities, we often think politicians are...

Lordina calls for resource allocation for adolescent programmes

This, she said, would enable African governments to initiate and implement key actions, towards reversing the negative HIV and AIDS trends among adolescents. "For far...
SME

Minister calls for start-up capital for African youths

The minister was addressing African youths during the breakout session on “key regional priorities for youth development in Sub-Saharan Africa” during the just-concluded United...
Oil

Nigeria to focus on oil price modulation

Kachikwu told a news conference on Thursday in Abuja, the nation's capital city that the price modulation had nothing to do with the removal...
ports

Atuabo port to become operational in 2017

The 700 million- dollar Atuabo Free Port project is expected to become operational in 2017 and serve as a regional hub in promoting safe...
Mrs. Cynthia Lumor, Executive Director of MTN Foundation unveiling plaque to commission the school block. Looking on is the Chief of Asikasu a

MTN commissions classroom block for pupils of Asikasu

In a bid to ensure that many children in the country gain access to education, the MTN Ghana Foundation, has commissioned a fully-furnished six-unit...

Publishers asked not to only produce books for classrooms

“This is critical because it is hard to find a perfect book published and printed in the country. Take a Ghana made book and...

Yemen Gets Continuous Supply Of Medicals From WHO

More than 20 tonnes of medicines and medical supplies have been flown from the World Health Organisation?s humanitarian hub in Dubai to Djibouti, where...

Over 100,000 children miss vaccination in 2014

An estimated one in every five infants in Ghana, approximately 109,970 children, missed vaccination in 2014, a senior health official said Thursday. ...

Govt. asked to release funds for quality healthcare

The Universal Access to Healthcare Campaign Platform has presented a communiqu? to the Ministry of Health (MoH), asking government for timely release of funds...

Benjamin Uwajumogu Is The Best Choice-Imo Women, Youth

As aspirants jostle for Imo North senatorial seat, ahead of the February 2015 general elections, a strong contender and the Speaker of the state...
birth and death registration

Many deaths in Eastern Region not registered

Due to lack of personnel , office space and logistics, the Birth and Death Registry in the Eastern Region, had to rely on health...
Dr Kwaku Agyemang-Mensah

Maternal Mortality Still remains High In Ghana-Minister

Dr Kwaku Agyemang-Mensah, the Minister of Health, has stated that his main objective was to provide quality healthcare services to communities through Community Health...
NDC

NDC Aspirant To Assist Youth In Farming

Mr Nicholas Rocky, a former cadre of the erstwhile Provision National Defence Council, has urged government to support the youth to venture into agriculture. He...