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Will the University of Health and Allied Sciences the restore pride of the Volta region?

By Yvonne Elikplim Harlley-Kanyi

Volta region has once been acknowledged as major contributor to the economy of Ghana through the availability of its human resource resulting from the academic excellence of the people of the region.

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Growing Youth Employability And Employment Through Sports

By Aliyah Bayali

Sports have been widely acknowledged as a tool with the potential to contribute significantly to efforts at giving children a healthy start.

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Practicing Journalism In A Digital World

Journalism can simply be defined as the gathering, processing and dissemination of information for public good. Anybody who gathers information, processes it and disseminates the information can therefore be called a journalist.

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No Registration No Food = No Registration No Development!

By Mawutodzi Kodzo Abissath

Have you ever heard this popular but very sad saying that: “ The best way to hide something from Black people is to put it in a book?”

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An effective and efficient road transport system requires regular road maintenance

By Esther Atubiga

The role of a reliable and affordable road system in the socio-economic development of Ghana cannot be underestimated. Road transportation forms an important part of the social safety net, facilitating the distribution of wealth through trade and employment opportunities in both urban and rural communities.

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Biosand Filter : A Household Water Treatment Option for Africa

By Praise Nutakor

Water is said to be life. This is because everyone needs safe water for drinking, cooking, and simply for keeping him or herself clean on a daily basis. It is for this reason that the United Nations considers access to clean water a basic human right.

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Government Intensifies Efforts To Enhance Basic And Second Cycle Education

By Aliyah Bayali

Research has shown that the economic growth of a country depends on the literacy level of its citizenry and that quality basic education is an essential and a fundamental requirement for the knowledge, skills and self-reliance needed to increase income and expand opportunities for employment.

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IN PURSUIT OF A LONG- TERM NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

DAVID OWUSU-AMOAH

A journey of a thousand mile they say begins with a step, so in August 4th 2015 when the process in search of a long term national development plan was launched it certainly stood out as an outstanding step of the year in our quest for sustainable national development.

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