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Government Sure Of A Boost In Cocoa Production

Government says it is convinced that cocoa production will increase in subsequent years despite the setback in 2014-2015 production season.

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EVERPURE GHANA LIMITED DONATES TO DISASTER VICTIMS

Everpure Ghana Limited, yesterday, donated 20 boxes and 1000 bags of bottled and sachet water, respectively, to the Greater Accra Regional Co-ordinating Council (RCC) to support victims of the June 3rd disaster in Accra.

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DFID And USAID Team Up To Support Ghana

The United Kingdom Department (DFID) in collaboration with the US Agency for International Development (USAID), has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to support the Government in expanding access to basic education.

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MAKE BLOOD DONATION PART OF YOUR LIFESTYLES— MISS GHANA 2014 URGES GHANAIANS

Mobile Telecommunications Network (MTN) Ghana, yesterday, organized a blood donation exercise in Accra to raise blood to support victims of last Wednesday’s floods and fire disaster who are receiving treatment in hospital.

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Chinese President extends condolences to Ghana

Chinese President Xi Jinping has sent a message of condolence to President John Dramani Mahama and the families of the victims of the twin flood and fire tragedy that hit Ghana on June 3.

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Aduna gears up to create a global market for Ghanaian Baobab fruit

Aduna, an Africa-inspired health food brand and social business is seeking to create a global market for the Ghanaian baobab fruit, mainly found in the Northern/ Upper East/West Regions.

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NATIONAL COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS CADRE IN THE OFFING DEPUTY HEALTH MINISTER

Community Health Workers have proven to be effective for achieving universal health coverage in resource constrained settings, Dr Victor Asare Bampoe, Deputy Minister of Health, has stated.

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Ministry Of Justice Receives Office Equipment From Chinese Embassy

The Ministry of Justice and Attorney-General’s Department has received office equipment from the Chinese Embassy in Accra yesterday.

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