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Care International Launches 20th Anniversary In Ghana

The Ghana Chapter of Care International, a humanitarian organization, has, since 2006, worked with 196 cocoa-growing communities in the Ashanti, Brong-Ahafo and Central regions, and engaged over 10,000 cocoa farm families to increase production through co-operatives and other farmer organizations.

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Savana Signatures presents ICT Equipment to Ghana Health Service

Savana Signatures, an ICT for development organization has presented ICT equipment to Ghana Health Service (GHS) as part of efforts to reduce maternal deaths in Northern Region.

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LANDS AND NATURAL RESOURCES MINISTER UNVEILS SIGNAGES TO SENSITIZE FOREIGNERS ON GHANA’S MINING LAW

Signages designed to educate and sensitize foreigners arriving in Ghana on Ghana’s Minerals and Mining Law, 2006 (Act 703) were, last Friday, unveiled at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra.

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Project To Grow 36,000 New Businesses Across 161 Districts

About 36,000 new businesses have been targeted to be grown across 161 districts under the Rural Enterprises Programme (REP) as part of the government’s push to fight poverty.

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Patronise GRATIS Machines - Spio

Mr Ekow Sio-Garbrah, the Minister of Trade and Industry, has called on Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies and the business community to patronise farm gate adaptable machines manufactured by GRATIS foundation to reduce post harvest losses.

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Develop Vibrant Research And Development Units

The Pro Vice-Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Professor Samuel N. Odai, has appealed to the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MoTI) to give strong backing to indigenous Ghanaian businesses to develop vibrant research and development units.

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President Mahama Assures Measures For Economic Stability

President John Dramani Mahama today said the   government would take measures that would re-invigorate and stabilize the economy.
He said apart from establishing and identifying some of the challenges with the International Monetary Fund and setting out the economic realities, the government would also discuss implications of the IMF assistance.

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Ghana Revenue, EOCO Team Up Against Tax Defaulters

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) and the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) are to collaborate to retrieve taxes owed to the state by recalcitrant individuals and institutions.

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