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Auditor General On A Construction Audit Spree!

Corruption according to the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), "involves the public sector and private people alike. In Ghana corruption has been with us...
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Set Up Agriculture Fund To Support Ghana’s Agricultural Sector – SEND GHANA Calls

SEND GHANA, with funding support from Trust Africa, is implementing a project dubbed,“Promoting Smallholder Farmers’ Inclusion in Agricultural Modernization (PSFAM)”, aimed at promoting smallholder...
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SEND-GHANA, Calls On Government To Increase The Current Amount Received By LEAP Beneficiaries

Ghana’s national social protection strategy (2007) represents government’s vision of creating an all-inclusive and socially empowered society through the provision of sustainable mechanisms for...

Government’s Allocation For Goods And Services To The Education Sector Centered On Free SHS

Mrs. Harriet Nuamah-Agyemang, Senior Programmes Officer at SEND Ghana has stated that government in the 2019 budget statement...

SEND Ghana And UNICEF Collaborates To Give Voice To Ghanaians

The constitution of Ghana and other key legislations mandate government to give Ghanaians the opportunity to participate in governance at the national, regional and...

SEND-Ghana Celebrates 20 Years Of Exceptional Contributions To Poverty Reduction And Promotion Of Good...

Mr.Siapha Kamara, the founding Chief Executive Officer of Social Enterprise Development Foundation of West Africa (SEND West Africa), has called on Ghanaians to...
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Media Practitioners Charged To Mobilize Public Support For The Passage Of RTI Bill –...

The Right to Information Bill (RTI) has since February 5, 2010, suffered series of gimmicks to be passed. Successive governments have deliberately taken...
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SEND Ghana, Stakeholders Meeting, Out With Findings on Childhood Education

SEND Ghana, a non-governmental organization, has held a dialogue session with stakeholders in Yendi Municipality in the Northern Region to discuss its research findings...
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Market women in Kaneshie sensitized on basic hygiene

The Janok Foundation, a community-based organisation in the Ablekuma Central District, has educated the Kaneshie Market Women on basic hygiene as part of this...
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Government Charged To Implement Legislative Instrument To Address Inequality In Ghana – SEND-Ghana

The Senior Programmes Officer of SEND Ghana, Harriet Nuamah Agyemang, has charged government to put in place proper legislative instrument that would help address...
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Private KGs Must Be Duly Accredited -SEND Ghana

SEND Ghana has recommended to the Ghana Education Service (GES) to ensure that all qualified private kindergartens (KGs) are accredited before being allowed to...
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SEND Ghana reports of higher inequality gap in UW

The Upper West Region is the region with the highest level of inequality, the largest increase since the 1990s, Mr George Osei Bimpeh, Executive...
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SEND-Ghana Sensitize Bolga Residents on Corruption

The Social Enterprise Development Foundation of West Africa (SEND – Ghana), a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) has organised a durbar at Sokabisi, a community within...
Transparency

Ghana’s Performance On Transparency Remains Stagnant – SEND-GHANA’s 2017 OBS Reports

Ghana scored 50 out of 100 in the 2017 Open Budget Index (OBI), which indicates a fall in scores as compared to 51 out...
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DCMC equip stakeholders with Participatory Monitoring strategies

A day’s workshop has been held for District Citizens’ Monitoring Committee (DCMC) members to sharpen their knowledge and skills in the implementation of the...
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Sustainability Of Free SHS Is Not Assured – SEND GHANA

SEND-GHANA's analysis on the 2018 budget statement has shown that, government setting up a separate Voluntary Education Fund as its alternative source of funding...
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Ghana gov’t asked to pay attention to children protection

SEND Ghana, a policy research and advocacy non-governmental organisation, has asked government to pay attention to social and children protection issues in the 2018...
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Send Ghana request plan for NHIS re-imbursement

Send Ghana, a policy research and advocacy non-governmental organisation, has asked government to develop financial sustainability plan to manage the National Health Insurance Scheme...
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SEND GHANA Assesses 2018 Budget

SEND GHANA, a non-governmental organisation (NGO), has published its preliminary assessment of the 2018 budget statement presented to Parliament on Wednesday, criticising many of...
health

Pensplusbytes Sensitize Health Personnel In E/R

Pensplusbytes has trained 100 health personnel in four districts in the Eastern Region on the operation of the Dashboard as part of the People...
SEND Ghana

Yendi: Send Ghana Organises Policy Dialogue on Clients Satisfaction

SEND GHANA, an NGO based in Tamale in the Northern and working to promote good governance and equality of women and men in Ghana...
HIV-and-AIDS

MMDAs Cautioned Against Misapplying HIV/AIDS Funds

Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) have been urged to stop misapplying funds meant to fight the spread of HIV/AIDS infection. Mr. Mukaila Adamu of...
Health Services Delivery

Clients Satisfied With Health Service Delivery In Ghana

About 75.79 per cent of clients of the health service in the country are satisfied with the health services delivery over the period of...
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GHS Spends Over 90% Of Its Budget On Salaries – SEND GHANA

SEND GHANA's report has shown that, over 90% of government's budgetary allocations for the health sector is spent on salary payments annually. The report...
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GHS Urged To Adhere To Its Code Of Ethics – SEND GHANA

SEND GHANA has on the 24th October, 2017, launched a research report that forms part of activities under the project named; Making the Budget...
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SEND Ghana demands more funding for the health sector

Nongovernmental organization SEND Ghana is asking government to increase funding to the health sector to help create a healthier country. Ghana was one of the...
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HIV/AIDS Rate Likely To Increase Amid Menial Budgetary Allocation

Send Ghana has warned that, HIV rate is likely to increase because the budgetary allocation devoted towards AIDS prevention, is too small. Currently, 0.5% of...
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Free School Uniforms Implementation Must Be Decentralized

The implementation of the Free School Uniform Programme is facing some distribution challenges, making it impossible for most beneficiaries to sort and get their...
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SEND-Ghana links late referrals to high mortality rate

Late referrals, poorly equipped infrastructure, and pregnancy disorders among others have been identified as contributory factors to the high mortality rate in Ghana, Ms...

NGGA holds consultations with stakeholders for the establishment of a Northern Ghana DAGI

The Northern Ghana Governance Activity (NGGA) is holding consultations with stakeholders on setting parameters for the establishment of a District Agriculture Governance Index (DAGI)...