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President Mahama at the University of South California

President John Mahama yesterday spoke on Ghana and its role in global society, with a focus on the 'Made in Ghana' campaign, at a special event at the Center for Public Diplomacy of the University of South California.

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Gov’t To Put In Place A Cyber Security Framework

The Deputy Minister for Communications, Mr. Ato Sarpong, has noted that government was working hard to put in place a national framework to guide the country in dealing with incidents of cyber security.

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GHANA STANDARDS AUTHORITY TRAINS JOURNALISTS ON WAQSP

The Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) has organised a two-day training workshop for journalists and media professionals on the West Africa Quality Systems Programme (WAQSP).

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Veep Amissah Arthur redeems pledge to Richoff Disability Foundation

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur yesterday made good a promise last July to donate a bus to the Richoff Disability Foundation, an amputee club to facilitate the movement of the club.

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DRAFT HIV BILL BEFORE PARLIAMENT—CDD-GHANA/UNAIDS FORUM ANNOUNCES

A roundtable discussion on the rights of People Living with the Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) (PLWHA) and other key populations to accessing health care has taken place in Accra.

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PRIORITIZE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS—SEND GHANA

Send Ghana, non-governmental organization, has urged government to prioritize nine areas out of the seventeen Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to enable the country finance the preferred areas effectively.

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38th LEAP Cycle Payment Begins In the Volta Region

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection has begun the August payment of the Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) cash transfer to 150,000 households nationwide.

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REVIEW POSITION ON GRADE D7— PROF. YANKAH URGES NCTE

The ninth National Delegates Congress of the Private Universities Students’ Association of Ghana (PUSAG) has ended with a call on Government, particularly the National Council of Tertiary Education (NCTE), to rethink its position on Grade D7, which renders Senior High School graduates ineligible to enter university.

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