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TAIN BASIC SCHOOL CHILDREN GET FREE UNIFORMS

A total of 1,088 basic school pupils in the Tain District have received free school uniforms each under the government’s Free School Uniforms programme for deprived communities.

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230 WIDOWS RECEIVE GIFTS FROM MP FOR TWIFO ATTI MORKWA

More than 230 widows and children in the Twifo Atti Mokwa District have received pieces of clothes and other products from the Member of Parliament (M.P) for the area, Abraham Dwuma Odoom.

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Netherlands, UNICEF, Ho Assembly collaborate for good sanitation

The Netherlands government in collaboration with United Nations Children’s Fund and the Ho Municipal Assembly has organized a Sanitation Fair at Ho.

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TWIFO ATTI MORKWA ASSEMBLY GIVES SUPPORT TO PWDs

The Twifo Atti Morkwa District Assembly has presented 50 People With Disabilities (PWDs) in the area various working tools and cash ranging from GH₡500 to GH₡3, 000 to engage in income generating activities.

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Lower Manya MCE cuts sod for office GES complex

The Municipal Chief Executive for Lower Manya Krobo, Mr. Simon Kweku Tetteh has cut the sod for the construction of a Municipal Education Office Building at Kpong in the Greater Accra Region.

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Bloomberg Philanthropies delegation inspects road safety enhancement on N1 highway

A delegation from the Bloomberg Philanthropies in the United States of America is in Accra to acquaint itself with the progress of work to improve road safety.

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N1 highway safety enhancement reduces crashes, fatalities 

Road crashes and fatalities at the Lapaz intersection on the N1 highway in Accra has reduced drastically due to the road safety enhancement works in the area, Accra Metropolitan Chief Executive, Mohammed Adjei Sowah has stated.

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UPPER EAST TO INTRODUCE REARING FOR FOOD AND JOBS —REGIONAL MINISTER

Upper East Regional Minister, Ms. Paulina Patience Abayage, has hinted of an additional programme “Rearing for Food and Jobs” which is to be rolled out in the course of the year.

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