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Using Social Media to Promote Government Development Agenda……..The Role of Government PROs

By Linda Owusu

 

Democracy is upheld when citizens are well informed about matters of the state. However, how individuals communicate information has changed drastically since social media was born. It is remarkable how people consume and interact on social media platforms.

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ADAPTATION PLANNING FOR THE ESCALATING CATASTROPHE OF CLIMATE CHANGE―GHANA’S FRAMEWORK

By G.D. Zaney, Esq.

 

The earth's climate has changed throughout history― the change attributable to very small variations in the earth’s orbit that alter or vary the amount of solar energy received by planet earth.

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Eliminating the Tuberculosis scourge in Ghana―What remains to be done

By G.D. Zaney, Esq.

 

Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease caused by a small germ (micro-organism) known as Mycobacterium Tuberculosis.

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Investing In Domestic Tourism: The Role of the Stakeholder

By Christabel Adjei-Danso

 

Ghana is blessed with lots of tourists’ attractions which include kakum national park, Wli waterfalls, Afadzato, Nzulezo Stilt Village, Lake Bosomtwi, Bobiri Butterfly Sanctuary, Cape Coast Castle, Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum, Paga Crocodile pond, Mole National Park, Elmina Castle, Aburi Botanical Gardens, Lake Volta and a host of others.

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PASS THE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION BILL INTO LAW

By G.D. Zaney, Esq.

 

Recognizing that women’s political participation is a critical component of democratic dialogue and social cohesion, Ghana legislated an Affirmative Action Act―The Representation of the Peoples Act of 1959― which allowed 10 women unopposed to represent the administrative regions of the country in the National Assembly (Parliament) in 1960.

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SHOULD DOCTORS WITH PRIVATE CLINICS BE ENGAGED AT OUR GOVERNMENT HEALTH CARE FACILITIES?

By Mabel Delassie Awuku

 

“The knowledge of the cross brings a conflict of interest between God who has become man and man who wishes to become God”. (Jürgen Moltmann)

 

In 2011, I woke up one morning feeling ill and decided to visit a government hospital to ascertain what the problem could be.

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CAMFED, Mastercard Foundation implement Entrepreneurship Fund for Scholars

Creating sustainable opportunities for the youth as a vehicle for ensuring they are able to access the means for sustainable livelihoods has been a major challenge confronting many nations all over the world. To address the above challenge, successive governments in Ghana have designed and implemented various employment and entrepreneurship interventions for the youth.

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TWO OUT FOUR: FOOD FOR THOUGHT

By Mabel Delassie Awuku

"He who opens a school door, closes a prison” - Victor Huge

 

In the year 2015, I usually visited the market in the heart of the country's capital, Accra. The market was never less crowded. However, with time, I learned how to find my way in and out without losing any property of mine.

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