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NDPC HOSTS DIALOGUE ON MONITORING & EVALUATION—AS PART OF ACTIVITIES MARKING EVAL YEAR 2015

A media dialogue on the relevance of evaluation in policy-making and management and for ensuring better development outcomes has taken place in Accra.

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SAFETY PRACTITIONERS MUST BE LICENSED - AMISSAH-ARTHUR

Safety practitioners will now need to be licensed to practice or hold themselves out as safety professionals working in industries, Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has said.

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TRADE MINISTRY ENGAGES STAKEHOLDERS ON NATIONAL SUGAR POLICY

The Ministry of Trade and Industry (MOTI), is engaging stakeholders to solicit their input for a draft National Sugar Policy to help revamp the industry and make it a globally competitive one.

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MEDIA TRAINING ON AGRICULTURAL REPORTING ENDS AT DODOWA

A  Media Training on Agricultural Reporting for journalists has taken place at Dodowa in the Greater-Accra region.

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PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF GHANA SUPPORTS CENTRAL MEDICAL STORES

The Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana (PSGH) has donated essential medicines worth GH¢ 254,730 to the Central Medical Stores (CMS) mitigate the effect of the fire outbreak that occurred at the Central Medical Stores in Tema on January 13, 2015.

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Parliament Approves Justice Yaw Appau, Pwamang For Supreme Court

Parliament has approved by consensus the nomination of Justice Yaw Apau and Gabriel Pwamang as justices of the Supreme Court of Ghana.

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APSU 99 DONATES TO KORLE BU BURNS UNIT

The St. Augustine’s College Past Students Union (APSU 99) has made a donation of Three Thousand Ghana Cedis (3,000) to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital’s Burns Unit, in support of the recent fire and flood victims.

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OUT-GOING US AMBASSADOR LAUDS GHANA’S DEMOCRATIC CREDENTIALS

Mr Gene Cretz, the out-going United States (US) Ambassador to Ghana has lauded Ghana’s democratic credentials as a shining example to Africa and the rest of the world.

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