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Upper East National Health Authority up its game towards attaining UHC

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Universal Health Coverage (UHC) includes equity in access to health services.   Thus everyone who needs health services...
Some of the stakeholders at the clean energy forum organized by the Kassena-Nankana Municipal

Mainstreaming Clean Energy into the Medium Term Development Plans

According to World Health Organization (WHO), more than 3.8 million people globally die prematurely each year from indoor air pollution, caused by using solid...
Some of the baskets being transported by a motor king driver to one of the warehouse of Paku Enterprise Ghana in Bolgatanga, UER

Revamping the basket industry for job creation and poverty reduction in Upper East Region

Paku Enterprise Ghana sets the pace By Samuel Adadi Akapule  The Upper East Region of Ghana is home to myriads of authentic handicraft products. Majority of...
One of the rocks deposit sites in Bongo in view

Bongo District Adjudged Ghana’s Hob for Investment Opportunities

Historically Background of Bongo The Bongo District, located in the Upper East Region is one of the 254 Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in...
Maternal health

Model Mothers and Volunteers join the wagon in reducing maternal and infant mortality in...

“Before the intervention, many of us delivered at homes leading to birth complications. But now it is not so. Many of us through the...

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...
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...

Using Visual Communication to Promote and Behavioural Change for Maternal-Infant Health

One of the major barriers to accessing quality health care being it either maternal or infant health care or any health issue is the...
This young woman has to continuously feed her cooking fire with wood, which burns less efficiently than it would in an improved cookstove. Photo credit: Alex Kamweru/UN Foundation

Reaching for SDGs Through Clean Cooking

There is no doubt that the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), adopted by the 193 nations in 2015, is a major step towards addressing poverty,...

CARE International Interventions, rescuing women peasant farmers

Quoting from Ban Ki-moon, the former UN Secretary-General, “The new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have gender equality and women’s empowerment as its core, which...

Make Sesame farming part of planting for Food and Jobs

The Ghana National Sesame Business Farmers’ Association have urged the government to as a matter of urgency to include Sesame farming in ...
The Paramount Chief of Katiu , Pe Ayikode Zangbeo Atoge IV ,one of the chiefs addressing the durbar at the Katiu community

RISE-Ghana initiates: Tackling the negative cultural practices in Upper East Region

Many Anthropologists who study the cultural variation among humans have identified Culture as a powerful tool for development. It had also been established at...

Social Accountability, A Tool For Development

Mr. Samuel Amo-Nimoh, the Regional Community Animator of Ghana Social Opportunities Project (GSOP), has observed that the Social Accountability tool, applied by his outfit...
Upper East Regional Minister , Mr Albert Abongo together with the District Chief Executives and Regional and District Coordinators at the stakeholder forum

Assemblies tasked to ensure household registry exercise goes on

The GNHR is under the auspices of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP), and was formally launched in October 2015. ...
Mental Health

Specialist looks at joining mental healthcare to maternal health

He said such a plan was very important for mental health delivery but it was beyond the means of the health facilities. ...

Builsa Community Bank LTD Influences Towards National Development

Rural banks were first established in Ghana in 1976 with the mandate to provide banking services to the rural population, provide credit facilities to...
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CSOs of SADA Zone hold discussions with Prez. Mahama on SADAs effectiveness

The meeting which was held at the residency of the Upper East Regional Coordinating Council appealed to the President to ensure that government allocated...
political parties

Political parties in Upper East promises to observe incident free election

The leadership of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), the New Patriotic Party(NPP), the Convention People’s Party(CPP) and People’s National Convention People’s Party(PNC) made the...
Students and Staff keenly listening to the Broadcast Quiz Competition at GBC URA Radio Studio

NHIS Regional Director say more Ghanaians have access to health care

The Regional Director made the observation during NHIS Brilliant Inter-Schools Quiz Competition organised by the Scheme for some selected second cycle institutions in the...

Upper East Marks International Day against Drug Abuse

The Upper East Regional Minister, Mr Albert Abongo, who made the call in Bolgatanga during the event, expressed concern about the upsurge...
Members of the CSOs in group picture after the stakeholders forum

Upper East CSOs come together under One Umbrella

TEERE , a Non-Governmental Organization, working in the area of local governance, women empowerment , culture and development with the support from...

SADA asked to Utilize persistent floods to advance agriculture

The day’s forum, on the Project theme, “Mainstreaming Inputs of Youth and Women Farmers into SADA Medium Term Development Plan (MTDP)”, was organized by...

RISE Ghana leads the way to ending child and forced marriages

In spite of the fact that Ghana was the first country to ratify the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child which...
Photo taken on Nov. 26, 2015 shows a truck loaded with sacks of agricultural produce along the muddy Sironko-Mbale road at Bugusege trading centre, eastern Uganda. As a country where over 80% of the population relies on agriculture, the Uganda government is prioritizing growth of infrastructure to economically viable areas to ease access to the markets. (Xinhua/Daniel Edyegu)

Ghana’s agricultural growth and development is a one man community project

Ghana did not err when she jointly agreed with a group of African countries in 2003 under the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP)...

SADA groups wants more dams put up

The groups who made the proposal at separate forums , held in the Northern, Upper East, Brongo Ahafo...

Majority of farmers in Nabdam to take up potato farming

The farmers drawn from Communities including Pelungu, Zanlerigu, Kongo, GaneAsonge all the Nabdam District , declared their intention at aStakeholders Platform...

Group in Navrongo demands to know political parties manifestos concerning women

Our Lady of Mercy(OLAM) Kaana Manga Women Association , in the Kassena-Nankana Municipality of the Upper East Region, have...

World Day On Fighting Desertification and Its Implication

Ghana would on June 17, this year, join the global community to mark the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought under the theme,...

Ghana to observe World Desertification and Drought Day in Bolgatanga

Addressing the media in Bolgatanga on Thursday , the Regional Director of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) who is also...
Affail Monney, GJA Prez.

GJA to award 26 journalists on Saturday

The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA), has selected 26 journalists from across the country as award winners for its 20th edition of the GJA Awards...