The heads of development cooperation agencies in Ghana on Tuesday paid a working visit to the Director General of the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC), Dr. Nii Moi Thompson, in Accra to familiarise themselves with the work of the Commission. The visit, which lasted for over two hours, was organised at the request of the ..
The president, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, yesterday received the first progress report on the Senchi Consensus, the set of recommendations that emerged from the National Economic Forum of May 2014 at Senchi in the Eastern Region. The president organised the Forum at the height of the economic crisis in 2014 when the cedi was ..
My dream is to change the lives of my people in the community. Our mothers especially the pregnant ones and children are always the vulnerable ones looking at our society set up system. The health and education of these people are a priority to me and i believe you feel the same. I want to use my ..
Warm seasonal compliments from the National Secretariat of the Ghana Union of Professional Students. 2014 as a calendar year has finally given way to 2015. The fact that the Almighty God has kept all of us professional students alive, in spite of our daunting socio-economic challenges, is reason enough for us to be grateful to the ..
This year’s West African Humanist Conference will focus on promoting science education, free-thought and critical thinking as well as training and workshop sessions on the 20th and 21st of December, 2014 at the W.E.B. Dubois Centre of Pan-African Culture and the second day at SSNIT (Social Security and National Insurance Trust) Guest House Conference Hall ..
THE CITIZENS MOVEMENT AGAINST CORRUPTION INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY CALLS ALL GHANAIANS TO ACTION! According to the Global Corruption Report 2013, 73% of Ghanaians strongly believe that ordinary people can make a difference in the fight against corruption. On this year’s international anti-corruption day, the Citizens Movement Against Corruption calls YOU and all well-meaning friends of ..
La Palm Royal Beach Hotel, Accra, December 2 and 3 – Star-Ghana has held a media learning event to reflect and analyse the results of the projects undertaken by its media grant partners (GPs). The two day conference was held under the theme “Media telling its own stories of change” and featured the 21 media ..
Report by Farida Shaibu for informGhana The moderator, Nehemiah Attigah introduced the theme of the discussion to some participants of the Barcamp during the breakout session. Together with participants, it was agreed that local government are those who take decisions at the community level and further address them to national level. These include MCEs, DCEs, ..