GHANA LIABLE TO TERRORIST ATTACK. Ghana over the years has enjoyed relative peace. But with each passing day our security is threatened. The porous nature of our boarders and the lack of data on citizens and people coming into the country, have made it more likely for such attacks. Conversations about
The Ghana Wildlife Society (G.W.S) observes with disappointment the wanton illegality occurring in the Kalakpa Resource Reserve. The reserve is located in the Volta Region of Ghana which is gradually turning into a logging hub. The reserve was designated into a wildlife protected area in 1975. That pursuant to the Wildlife
Celebrities are people who the young generation look up to and musicians are no exception. Celebrities are supposed to have a positive effect on their fans especially the youth but for sometime now celebrities have been on each others neck either beefing or exchanging words and this is appalling. Some say
GOOD SANITATION: A COLLECTIVE DUTY In response to the 2014 Ghanaian cholera outbreak, the National Sanitation Day was first declared on the November 1, by the government of Ghana. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines sanitation as the provision of facilities and services for the safe disposal of human urine and faeces.
The United Nations development program (U.N.D.P) in collaboration with the national youth authority (N.Y.A) has launched the Ghana youthconnekt program. The program which is the country version of the African youthconnekt is focused at supporting and mentoring the Ghanaian youth in entrepreneurship. At the launch the U.N.D.P President Representative, Pokya Ye Deing
Representatives of some health institutions, constituencies and Municipal Assemblies left the office of the First Lady of Ghana with much delight after being presented with hospital equipment for various facilities. The donations follow requests being made by these institutions to the Rebecca Foundation for assistance . The institutions were drawn from