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Director calls for the review of GNDPS regulations

Mr Issah Ali, the Executive Director of Vision for Alternative Development (VALD), a civil society organisation has called for the review of the Ghana’s...
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Government urged to look closely at alcohol industry

Civil society organisations (CSOs) have urged the government to be cautious of promises by alcohol industry of protecting the health and safety of consumers. They...
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VALD suggests realistic plans towards cutting down road accidents

The Vision for Alternative Development (VALD), a road safety non-governmental organisation, has expressed worry over the rise in road crashes and deaths and said...
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VALD Ask Gov’t To Regulate Alcohol Use In Ghana

Vision for Alternative Development (VALD), in partnership with IOGT International, has held a day’s civil society workshop in Accra on Alcohol Prevention and Control...

Dr. Kyei-Faried Calls For Campaign Against Tobacco Use

He said according to the World Health Organisation, seven out of 10 deaths recorded in developing countries were caused by tobacco usage, and that...

Ghana urged to ratify protocol on illicit trade in tobacco products

The Ghana Country Director of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr Magda Robalo, Tuesday urged the Ghanaian government to ratify the protocol to eliminate...
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Journalist Asked To Unmasked Tobacco Companies

Mr Issah Ali, Executive Director of Vision for Alternative Development (VALD), a non-governmental organisation, has appealed to journalists to help expose the negative deals...
Mr Labram Musah, Programme Director of VALD

VALD Draft Communiqu?? For COP6

The Vision for Alternative Development (VALD), a non-governmental organisation (NGO), has drafted a communiqu?? for the Ghana group to be presented at the Sixth...
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Tobacco farmers exploitation must stop-VALD

The Vision for Alternative Development (VALD), has joined public health groups in Africa and the world over to call on the tobacco industry to...