National Social Protection Policy to address poverty, social inequalities and other vulnerabilities

By Eva Frempon-Ntiamoah


Ghana has developed a National Social Protection Policy to guide the consistent and systematic provision of relevant programmes aimed at poverty reduction and the provision of relief for sections of the Ghanaian society who, for any reason, are unable to provide for themselves.

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Ghana Goes Digital For Sustainable Economic Development

By Mawutodzi Kodzo Abissath


A simple African proverb advises:  “If your friend is more handsome than you are, admit it and praise him." Both of you will be happy and support each other.

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By Mawutodzi Kodzo Abissath

Do you remember this popular adage that: “When two elephants fight it is the grasses that bear the consequences?”

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First cohort of The MasterCard Foundation Scholars at Camfed graduate

JANET is eighteen years old and has just completed senior high school in the Upper East Region. Obscured by her location and societal status, despite gaining an impressive aggregate in her Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE), she was confronted with the challenge of pursuing secondary education due to financial problems before her community nominated her for The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program implemented through Camfed (Campaign for Female Education).

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Good nutrition and child health-the role of parents

By G.D. Zaney

Good nutrition is essential to good human health from gestation, through infant to young child and adult, and it is a healthy child who grows into a healthy adult.

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A Human-Oriented Approach

AFRICAN countries, today, are exerting every effort to overcome the challenges they face with their own resources and through their own mechanisms.
Turkey is an ardent supporter of African solutions for African issues, with its wide diplomatic representation all around the Continent, Turkey stands with its African sisters and brothers in their quest for further development and prosperity.

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UN Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs) and public libraries

The Public Library has been identified as a key institution in the implementation of UNSDGs 4.6 and 16.10. UNSDSG 4.6 will ensure that "By 2030, all youth and a substantial proportion of adults, both men and women, achieve literacy and numeracy"   UNSDG 16.10 will "Ensure public access to information ... by 2030".

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By Chantal Aidoo


Tuberculosis is a bacterial infection that can spread through the lymph nodes and bloodstream to any organ of the human body, although it is mostly found in the lungs.

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