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Citizens must be educated to demand accountability – NCCE

Educating the public on the different dimensions of corruption would empower citizens to eschew corruption in all its forms as well as constructively support...

Stakeholders call for collaboration to harmonize health systems

Stakeholders at a panel discussion have called for the strengthening of inter-sectoral collaboration and building strong partnerships, to address health holistically for national development. The...

GIMPA Host Harmattan School

A two-week training programme for stakeholders engaged in Monitoring and Evaluation is underway in Accra to shape their skills and knowledge for enhanced performance. The...

GIMPA Students Encouraged To Strive For Excellence

Professor Philip Ebow Bondzi-Simpson, the Rector of Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration has urged newly admitted students of the institute to exhibit...
Ghana Jomoro District

Jomoro District Assembly Finally Endorse Ernest Kwofie

Members of the Jomoro District assembly have finally endorsed Mr Ernest Kwofie as the District chief executive for Jomoro. This is the fourth time the...

Prof. Adei Calls For Improvement In Attitude Of Medical Personnel

Professor Stephen Adei, a former Rector, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), says there is a need for improvement in the attitude...

Prof Adei wants legal action taken against bribe receivers

A former Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Professor Stephen Adei, has called on government to change the country’s...
corruption

Ghana’s failing public administration system

To suffocate means to find it difficult to breathe. Some common causes of suffocation are sleep apnea, inhalation of carbon mono-oxide, drowning, strangulation and...

Ghana Government distressed by fiscal discipline attempts

One of the measures that is to help address the problem of fiscal indiscipline is the Public Financial Management Bill (PFM) currently before parliament...

GIMPA lecturer receives award for Research publication

Mrs Yirenkyi-Fianko who has taught Project Management at GIMPA since 2010, is the lead author of the article titled, “An analysis of risk management...
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Court Remands Car Dealer In Police Custody Over Robbery

The accused person, who pleaded not guilty, would reappear on April 4. Prosecuting, Chief Inspector K. Adu, told the Court, presided over by Mr Aboagye...

Takoradi branch of GIMPA get new SRC executives

Mr Wilson Arthur, Manager of Skyy Power Multimedia in Takoradi noted that the SRC allowed students the opportunity to lead a group of people...

FORIG aims to become centre of excellence in forestry research

Dr. Daniel Ofori, the Director, said beginning next year January, it would establish a commercialization and resource mobilization division, to generate more revenue to...
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Leadership is a calling – Professor Anum

He said leadership is a calling therefore those appointed to such positions should not lord it over their subordinates, but rather serve in humility,...
Liberia's President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (C) meets with a high-level Chinese business delegation at her Foreign Ministry office in Monrovia, Liberia, Aug. 6, 2015. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Thursday said that the visit of the 16-member business delegation from the People's Republic of China (PRC) provides Liberia with a new, and broader opportunity to go beyond what the two countries have done on the bilateral level.(Xinhua/Elis Zoker)

Who Is President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf?

Sirleaf, born on Oct. 29, 1938 in the capital city of Monrovia, studied economics and public policy at Harvard University from 1969 to 1971,...

90 Ghanaians benefit from Chinese scholarship

China has granted scholarships to 90 Ghanaian students to pursue various programmes in Chinese universities. They would study...

Public administration paralysis threatens fall of Guinea Bissau government

Guinea Bissau capital, Bissau, has been paralysed in the last two days due to a possible dissolution of the government led by Prime Minister...

Woyome’s Acquittal: AG Fails To Diligently Prosecute Case – Anti-Corruption Group

The National Advocates Against Corruption And Injustice says it is In alarmed and appalled by the ruling of the Court today on the Woyome...
International Institute of ICT Journalism (Penplusbytes)

Penplusbytes holds forum for improved maternal health

The International Institute of ICT Journalism (Penplusbytes), with support from STAR-Ghana, has held a day?s forum to explore ways in sustaining efforts at improving...
International Institute of ICT Journalism (Penplusbytes)

Improving mental health care in Ghana

The International Institute of ICT Journalism (Penplusbytes), with support from STAR-Ghana, is holding a day?s forum to explore ways in sustaining efforts at improving...

Improving monitoring and evaluation in the health sector

The Ministry of Health (MOH), in collaboration with UK Department for International Development is organising a training session for its Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)...