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ICAG HOLDS PUBLIC LECTURE ON 2019 BUDGET AND FINANCIAL STATEMENT

A public lecture to review the 2019 Budget and Financial Statement has taken place in Accra.

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2018 INTERNATIONAL DAY OF SOLIDARITY WITH THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE COMMEMORATED IN ACCRA

The Government of Ghana has been commended for voting in the Human Rights Council in favour of Palestine and for supporting the Palestinian cause in its quest for self-determination and the rejection of settlements on Palestinian lands.

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New CREMA Executives Trained to Effectively Manage Natural Resources in their Communities

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD), with support from Mondelēz International, have trained 250 newly elected executives (including 75 women) of the Ayum-Asuokow Community Resource Management Area (CREMA) in the Brong Ahafo Region, to enhance their skills on effective natural resources management.

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Students Sensitized on Ozone Depletion and its Effects

The National Ozone Office of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sensitized students of selected Senior High Schools across Ghana on Ozone depletion, its causes, effects and the need to protect the Ozone Layer.

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Railway sector records significant progress Information Minister

The railway sector in the past 22 months has witnessed significant rehabilitation works since the assumption of office of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

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NPC wants urgent investment in reproductive health

Population management experts are concerned that Ghana’s population is growing at a faster rate and are calling on government to urgently invest in social reproductive health as soon as possible.

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Information Ministry, ISD Play a Critical Role in Democratic Governance

The Minister for Information, Mr Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has reiterated the important role the Ministry of Information and the Information Services Department play in maintaining democracy.

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GHANA HOSTS CSO CONFERENCE ON ALTERNATIVE FUNDING MODELS

The existence and viability of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) is being threatened by the reduction in donor funding, Mr Charles Vandyck, Head, Capacity Development Unit, West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI), has observed.

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