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EVALUATION YEAR 2015 LAUNCHED IN ACCRA

The United Nations Organization (UN) has declared 2015 as Evaluation Year (Eval Year) during which each UN member-country is expected to undertake activities to mark the occasion, with a focus on highlighting the relevance of evaluation in policy management and ensuring better development results.

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KNUST TACKLES ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) College of Engineering is working on a collaborative multi-disciplinary research to come out with effective ways in dealing with environmental pollution.

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UNICEF/NETHERLANDS LAUNCHES 5.9 MILLION URBAN SANITATION PROJECT

The Kingdom of the Netherlands through UNICEF has launched a € 5.9 million Euros project aimed at improving access to sanitation with a focus on urban areas.

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PRESIDENT MAHAMA CONDEMNS POLITICISATION OF NATIONAL ISSUES

President John Dramani Mahama yesterday expressed disaffection at the over politicisation of national issues that is eating deep into the human fabric.

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ECOWAS WORKSHOP ON THE BENEFITS OF DTT HELD IN ACCRA

The ECOWAS Commission, in collaboration with the Government of Ghana, has organised a Regional workshop to discuss issues relating to the planning and utilisation of digital dividend spectrum in the ECOWAS Region.

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LEAP IS TURNING AROUND LOCAL ECONOMIES-OYE LITHUR

Research has shown that local economies of communities benefiting from the Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) are turning around as a result of cash transfers to beneficiaries.

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT MINISTER LAUNCHES GSAM PROJECT IN ACCRA

A project dubbed: Ghana’s Strengthening Accountability Mechanisms (GSAM) was, on Tuesday, launched in Accra.

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President Mahama Visits Kumasi Flood Areas

President John Dramani Mahama yesterday visited areas in the Kumasi Metropolis that were affected by the Saturday floods.

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