Adaboya(UE), Dec 10, GNA- The Paramount Chief of Bongo, in the Upper East Region, Naba Baba Salifu Aleeyaarum, has launched an environmental management project dubbed: “The Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) project,” at Bongo.
Accra, Dec. 5, GNA – Mrs. Lucy Quist, the Chief Executive of Airtel Ghana, (CEO) has called for a national stakeholder engagement towards empowering the youth to research and innovate technologies, especially in the Internet of Things (IoT), to leapfrog Ghana’s socio-economic advancement.
Accra, Nov. 22, GNA – Mr Robert P. Jackson, United States, vibrant and dynamic Information and Communications Technology community for driving innovations in information technology software, hardware development and the implementation of mobile services.
Accra, Nov. 22, GNA – Mr Robert P. Jackson, United States, has lauded Ghana’s vibrant and dynamic Information and Communications Technology community, for driving innovations in information technology software, hardware development and the implementation of mobile services.
Accra, Nov. 22, GNA - Cabinet has approved Ghana’s accession to the Budapest Convention on cyber crime, Mr Felix Ofosu Kwakye, a Deputy Minister of Communication has announced.
Marrakech, (Morocco), Nov. 17, GNA - African Heads of State and Governments at the first African Action Summit on climate change declared that although Africa contributed the least in greenhouse gas it is the most affected by climate change.
Ho, Nov 16, GNA - Farmers in the Volta Region have appealed to the Government and stakeholders to ensure that the Agricultural Sustainable Land Management (AgSLM) strategy and action plan is reviewed and implemented.
Marrakesh, Morocco, Nov. 15, GNA - The impact of extreme natural disasters is equivalent to a global annual consumption loss of 520 billion dollars, forcing some 26 million people into poverty, the World Bank and Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery have revealed.
Morocco, Marrakesh, Nov. 14, GNA - Three international institutions have announced an African Package for climate-resilient ocean economies at the ongoing COP22 in Marrakech.
Kumasi, Oct 04, GNA – “In Africa, when an old man dies, it is a library burning” (Hampate Ba, 1960, UNESCO conference).
Brich Company Limited, a local technology firm, has launched a scheme designed to give every child one tablet as part of efforts to lay a strong technological foundation for Ghanaian children as future leaders. The project, christened, ‘One-child-one-tablet’, aims to bridge the educational gap between the African continent and the advanced economies, which have progressed briskly through digital technology.
Fishmongers in the Western Region, have called on the Fisheries Commission to enforce the implementation of the marine and fishing laws to help curb the depletion of fish stock in the sea. They said their livelihood depends greatly on the sea and everything possible should be done to protect the sea to prevent them from going out of business.
The Volta River Authority (VRA) is to construct a 150 Megawatts wind power plant to supplement power generation in the country.
SEND-Ghana, a civil society organisation, has begun a national stakeholders’ dialogue on donor inflows to Ghana’s agricultural sector to curb problems relating to the impact of donor investment. Policy makers and implementers, researchers, civil society groups, and development partners thought through research findings of donor assistance over the years to support food security and solve problems confronting smallholder, women, and rural farmers.
Accra, Aug. 8, GNA -A stakeholder engagement for research uptake, has been organised to discuss new and most effective ways of communicating agricultural research knowledge to different audience other than publishing it in peer review academic journals.