Pope Francis the Environmentalist: Saviour of Planet Earth - our Common Home

By Mawutodzi Kodzo Abissath

A popular Ghanaian adage says: “If a baby crocodile rushes out from under the water to announce that his father and mother are at each other’s throat then you better believe him.”

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Is Ghana losing the battle against Galamsey and its environmental costs to sustainable development of the nation?

By Mawutodzi Kodzo Abissath


Do you remember that Bible story where the Master Jesus Christ is reported to have asked his apostles in a boat: “Why are you afraid?” Then he added, “You men of little faith?” (Matthew 8: 27).

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By G.D. Zaney

Agriculture is the backbone of Ghana’s economy and about 80 per cent of total agricultural production is attributed to smallholder farmers—including women— with the potential to transform into a commercially-viable and sustainable enterprise,

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The Role Of Ghana’s Public Service In Women’s Empowerment: CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS (2)

The government of Ghana has formulated plans to enhance women's participation in decision-making, and promote affirmative-action to reduce gender disparities in decision-making, towards women's development.

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The Role Of Ghana’s Public Service In Women’s Empowerment : Challenges And Prospects (1)

THE UNITED Nations Organisation (UNO), and the African Union (AU), has set aside June 23 every year, for the observance of Public Service Day, by member states, aimed at celebrating the values and virtues of the public service.

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Movement Towards A Networked Information Economy In Africa

By Dr Osei K Darkwa


IN his book, "The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom", Harvard professor Yochai Benkler uses the term Networked Information Economy (NIE) to refer to a "technological-economic feasibility space that is the result of the means of

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The Media And Deepening Of Awareness On Voluntary Principles

By Iddi Z. Yire


Ghana’s efforts to safeguard the implementation of the Voluntary Principles (VPs) on security and human right is laudable; however, media engagement is essential to help deepen public awareness on the initiative.

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By G.D. Zaney


Cancer is a group of diseases that cause cells in the body to change and grow out of control. Most types of cancer cells eventually form a lump or mass called a tumour and are named after the part of the body where the tumour originates.

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