Techiman, (BE/R), Aug. 21, GNA – “There isn’t time to wait to solve the problems that aflatoxin creates, because it is already impacting the health and well-being of 4.5 billion people across the globe”. “At Mars we want to improve food safety and security for people around the world including the most in need and low […]
A Ghana News Agency feature By Alexander Nyarko Yeboah. Tema Aug. 1, GNA – Growing up in Tema, one of the things that interested me about the city was the beautiful beaches that stretched from Community One through to Nungua. This was because, anytime i traveled along the Beach Road, I got the opportunity to […]
Bolgatanga, Nov 23, GNA – It is unfortunate but true that the three regions of the North continue to experience food insecurity and malnutrition. The Upper East Region for instance, remains the region with the highest proportion of food insecurity where 27 per cent of households are at risk of hunger according to World Food Programme 2015 report.
Bolgatanga , Oct 10 , GNA – There is no doubt that the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), adopted by the 193 nations in 2015, is a major step towards addressing poverty, inequality, and climate change over the next 15 years.
Bolgatanga Sept. 27, GNA – Though the Birth Registration Certificate is a major tool for reducing poverty, fighting defilement and child marriage, many parents in Ghana particularly in the rural settings do not make it a priority for their newborn babies.
For the last 16 years, the declining nature of newspapers in Ghana has paradoxically, not catch the attention of many.
Accra, March 7, GNA -There is a gentleman in Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings Party- the National Democratic Party (NDP), whose impeccable grasp of the Queen’s language is beyond dispute.
However listening to him for a while would force you to visit the Oxford Dictionary to discern, which direction he is leading the dialogue. The big and superfluous words are nice to the ears but difficult to digest.
It has been four years already when H.E. John Dramani Mahama won the last election and got promoted from ‘caretaker president’ to his elective presidency. As is usually the mandate, the Electoral Commission is busy carrying out preparatory steps towards December 7 for another election. With a new Commissioner in charge, the EC has had to make some administrative changes to ensure a successful election. It is no small feat a job, for the EC to organize a poll across 28,992 polling stations with 15,683,435 registered voters over a geographically diverse landmass, but they have been successful in the past, there is therefore no reason to doubt their competence in this.
Lower Dixcove (WR), Nov.17, GNA – The discovery of crude oil in commercial quantities in Ghana in 2007, and subsequent production of the commodity in 2010, initially brought a lot of joy and high expectations from Ghanaians, especially the residents of the Western Region.
Accra, Aug. 2, GNA – Data Link Institute (DLI) is a private not-for-profit institute committed to the delivery of a holistic higher education that focuses on physical, social, spiritual and mental development of students and for good service to their communities.