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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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Making gentle strides towards a progressively free education

By Darling Maame Efua Cann

 

All over the world, education as a subject has received extensive attention, discussion and various interventions, and the crusade for achieving quality education for all, wages on unabated.

 

The crusade wages on unabated because of the very essential role education plays in the lives of nations and the potency it possesses to transform lives and make the world a better place for all that live in it.

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BASIC AND SECOND CYCLE EDUCATION-THE PILLAR(S) TO DEVELOPMENT

Aliyah BayaliBy Aliyah Bayali


Research results indicate that basic education in the developing world, is essential to building the stable trading partners, that growing U.S. export markets, require as quality education equips people with the knowledge, skills and the self-reliance needed to increase income and expand opportunities for employment.

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WORLD CANCER DAY (WE CAN, I CAN)


By: EDWARD O. AMPORFUL
      CHIEF PHARMACIST - COCOA CLINIC

 

Thursday, February 4 was World Cancer Day. World Cancer Day is an initiative of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC). The (UICC) works to unite the cancer community to reduce the global cancer burden, to promote greater equity, and to integrate cancer control into the world health and development agenda.

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Paying less for utility tariffs demands prudent consumption patterns

Solace AmankwaBy Solace Amankwa


A tariff is essentially a tax. It raises the price of an imported good, making it more expensive than similar domestic goods. The idea is to increase demand for domestic products while reducing the volume of imports. Tariffs also serve as sources of revenue for the country’s developmental agenda.

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Pneumococcal Meningitis—Prevention is better than cure

Edem AgblevorBy Edem Agblevor


Pneumococcal Meningitis, according to the Ghana Health Service, is a serious disease caused by bacteria that affects the brain and spinal cord which, if not detected and treated early, causes complications which leads to death.

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The Fight Against Piracy And Smuggling In The Textile Industry—Who Wins?

By Michelle Fafa Agbenotor


No Ghanaian market is complete without a wide range of colourful cloths and fabrics that tempt passers-by to part with their money—and the famous art and textiles market in the capital Accra is no exception.

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