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Genetically Modified Foods— Mass Genocide?

Asks Michelle Fafa Agbenotor


Ever-increasing concerns have been raised that introducing foreign genes into plant foods will have unexpected and highly negative impact on human health.

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GHANA ACQUIRES FACILITIES, TRAINING FOR HEALTH WORKERS AGAINST EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE


By Doris Sodjah


In the wake of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak in the West African sub-region, Ghana’s Ministry of Health began strenuous preparations in anticipation of a possible case in Ghana.

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How Ghana fares In Biodiversity Conservation

Chantal AidooBy Chantal Aidoo

The diversity of life on earth— the diversity of biological organisms, known more popularly by the term biodiversity— is considered by some as one of our most valuable resources that the earth is endowed with.

Diversity among organisms includes both genetic diversity and species diversity.

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NATIONAL FERTILIZER SUBSIDY PROGRAMME ON COURSE

Phelomina NkasiaBy Phelomina Nkasia


The National Fertilizer Subsidy Programme is one of Government of Ghana’s major agricultural interventions which the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA) has been spearheading since 2008.

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GHANA MIGRATES FROM ANALOGUE TO DIGITAL TERRESTRIAL BROADCASTING

By Edem Agblevor

To ensure that broadcasting services are protected from interference from neighboring countries and for improved services, Ghana will be migrating from Analogue to Digital Terrestrial Broadcasting by March 2016, according to the Ministry of Communications.

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GOVERNMENT’S SEA WATER DESALINATION PROJECT BRINGS RELIEF TO TESHIE-NUNGUA AND SURROUNDING AREAS

By Faith Junko Ogawa


The persistent problem of lack of potable water that the people of Teshie-Nungua, a suburb of Accra, and its surrounding environs in Teshie-Nungua, the Teshie Military barracks, Batsoona, Sakumono and parts of La-Dadekotopon all in the Greater Accra Region, have encountered for more than two decades, has come to an end, thanks to the Accra Water Desalination Project undertaken by the government of His Excellency John Dramani Mahama.

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Climate Change and Bush Fires in Ghana: How to Protect Our Cultural Heritage

 By Mawutodzi Kodzo Abissath

 


An African proverb admonishes: “When you see a tweak coming towards your face, you don’t wait for it to pierce your eyes before you break it.”

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The Significance of Establishing a tertiary Education Research Fund

THE significance of establishing a Tertiary Education Research Fund in Ghana to provide funds to support, promote and publicise research in public tertiary institutions and to provide for related matters, is not only a very laudable policy initiative, but also long overdue.

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