Tag: Ghana

Government to Securitize E-levy to raise Bonds for Roads – Minister Amoako-Attah 

The Minister for Roads and Highways, Kwasi Amoako-Attah, has revealed that the government intends securitize the proceeds of the Electronic Levy (E-Levy) when passed, to ensure greater revenue through Bonds, to build the necessary road infrastructure in the country. Mr. Amoako-Atta said this when answering questions on the floor of parliament on Friday March 4, […]

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CSOs meet to review Draft Strategic Plan on NCD Prevention and Control in Ghana

CSOs meet to review Draft Strategic Plan on NCD Prevention and Control in Ghana

Members of the Ghana Non-Communicable Diseases Alliance (GhNCDA) have met in Accra to review the draft National NCD Strategic Plan for Ghana. The document seeks to operationalize the National NCD Policy, among others. Cabinet has already approved the policy pending its official launch and dissemination by the Ministry of Health. The focus of the meeting […]

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We are not a Sessessionist or Criminal Organization – PLC distances itself from HSGF and WTRF

The People’s Liberation Council(PLC) of Western Togoland, a non-violent, non-political civil movement has strongly distanced itself from groups like the Homeland Study Group Foundation (HSGF), the Western Togoland Restoration Front (WTRF) and any other group calling for the Sessession or Independence of Western Togoland from the republic of Ghana. According to a press release issued […]

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Ghana’s Fitch Rating still Negative, not corrected – Bright Simons

  Bright Simons, a Ghanaian social innovator, entrepreneur, writer, political commentator and the vice-president, in charge of research at IMANI Centre for Policy and Education, has debunked claims by a local media source that Ghana’s Fitch ratings had been reviewed favourably from ‘B-‘ to ‘B’.   Attempting to help the public understand the correction that […]

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Disability Agenda attracts Global Attention in Ghana

Disability Agenda attracts Global Attention in Ghana

Disability Rights activists, campaigners, funders, business leaders, international agencies, governments, civil society organisations all over the world will converge virtually in Norway for the Global Disability Summit 2022 (GDS 2022) scheduled for 15 – 17 February 2022, demanding bigger and better development goods and services for the world’s 1 billion population of persons with disability. […]

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STEM to Help Advance Ghana’s Digital Economy

STEM to Help Advance Ghana’s Digital Economy

The establishment of a strong Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education as part of the educational system of the nation will prepare the current generation of students to advance the country’s digitalization agenda. Information indicates that Government is developing 20 STEM centers and 10 model STEM senior high schools across the country as part […]

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