CAMFED, Mastercard Foundation implement Entrepreneurship Fund for Scholars

Creating sustainable opportunities for the youth as a vehicle for ensuring they are able to access the means for sustainable livelihoods has been a major challenge confronting many nations all over the world. To address the above challenge, successive governments in Ghana have designed and implemented various employment and entrepreneurship interventions for the youth.

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TWO OUT FOUR: FOOD FOR THOUGHT

By Mabel Delassie Awuku

"He who opens a school door, closes a prison” - Victor Huge

 

In the year 2015, I usually visited the market in the heart of the country's capital, Accra. The market was never less crowded. However, with time, I learned how to find my way in and out without losing any property of mine.

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GOVERNMENT MAKES HEADWAY IN THE AREA OF TECHNOLOGY

By Edem Agblevor

 

The Ministry of Communication (MoC) can touch on countless achievements in the year 2017 and 2018 especially in the utilisation of Telecommunication and Information Communication Technology (ICT) to improve the effectiveness of service delivery with a focus on the rural and underserved communities.

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TOWN HALL MEETINGS THE WAY TO GO IN DEPEENING DEMOCRACY

By Doris Sodjah

 

Democratic governance system is a government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly through a system of representation usually involving periodically held free elections. Democracy is basically, government by the people and for the people and includes a representative decision -making.

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41 promises delivered in two years

The aim of every government is to bring social and economic development to its people. To this effect, political parties present plans that they intend to implement if they win power.

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Trees for Water Protection in Northern Ghana

Aisha Yakubu is a mother of three children.  She is a resident of Tampion community in the Northern Region of Ghana. Aisha and many other women in Tampion directly depend on the only dam in the community for domestic and commercial uses. For the residents of Tampion, having water available all year round, is good. “We now have water throughout the year, we can always do our washing. We also use it to cook and drink it”, indicated Aisha.  

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THE NATIONAL NEW-BORN AND CHILD HEALTH ADVOCACY & COMMUNICATION STRATEGY

By G.D. Zaney, Esq.

Neonatal or new-born death— defined as death occurring between 0 and 28 days in live-born infants—is a global public health problem, with 2.9 million neonates dying annually, three quarters of which deaths occur in the first seven days of life.

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PORTRAY PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES POSITIVELY

By Yvonne Elikplim Harlley-Kanyi

 

People with disability are not weak. They are not incapable of doing things for themselves. They only face difficulties trying to fix their needs and we all do same. You and I face barriers in life at points in time— in an attempt to go about our routine activities. Simply, we are all disabled, says Afsheen Mahmood of the Applicant Panel.

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