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Zipline drone saves 113 students from acute diarrhoea

The timely delivery of Oral Rehydration Salt (ORS) by Zipline’s  medical drone, enabled nurses at the Mangoase health centre to treat 113 students of Mangoase Senior High School, who were suffering from acute diarrhoea. Mr. Seth Tawiah Agbesi, the Headmaster of Mangoase SHS, told journalists, the students suffered diarrhoea on …

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NPP guiding Ghana to the path of prosperity – Majority Leader of Parliament

Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, the Majority Leader and Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, has given a positive outlook about the socio-economic performance of the nation under the Nana Akufo-Addo-led Administration, saying, the government is on course to deliver on its promises. The economy, he noted, had been projected by economists and financial experts …

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Farmers asked to use approved methods for cocoa fermentation

Cocoa farmers in the country have been urged to use only approved methods and procedures to ferment and dry harvested cocoa beans, as this would ensure its standard quality on the local and international markets. Mr. Michael Kwabena Osei, the Obuasi District Officer of Quality Control Company (QCC) division of …

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President Akufo-Addo encourages farmers to embrace animal rearing as business 

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has unveiled another flagship programme aimed at opening new opportunities for local farmers to venture into animal rearing as a business to guarantee Ghana’s food safety and create employment avenues. The programme under the Ministry of Food and Agriculture was launched in the Upper West …

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Third China-Africa conference on population and development opens in Accra

The Third China-Africa Conference on Population and Development has opened in Accra to enhance knowledge and information exchange between the two countries, while promoting and strengthening cooperation on population and development under the ambit of the South-South Cooperation. It is on the theme: “25 Years of ICPD: Population Data Management …

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NCCE urges the public to fight corruption irrespective of the consequences 

Ghanaians have been urged to fight corruption at any given chance, even if there might be dire consequences for doing so. “There are harsh realities of fighting corruption. It could cost one dearly. But if more brave people stand their grounds that would influence the rest.” Madam Josephine Nkrumah, Chairperson …

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Ensure laws regulating foreign retail trade are enforced – GEDA to government

Mr Koranteng Asiamah, the Chairman for the Ghana Electrical Dealers Association (GEDA), has urged government to ensure that the laws regulating foreign retail trade in the country are enforced. He said any attempts by government to change the existing laws in favour of foreigners would not augur well for the …

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GAFCSC begins 2019 Defence Management Course

The Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College (GAFCSC) has begun a two-week course in Defence Management for the year 2019 at the Otu Barracks in Teshie. The course, which will run from Monday, June 24 to Friday, July 5, is in collaboration with the Cranfield University of the United …

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Cashew is the future of Adaklu – DCE

Mr Phanuel Donkor Kadey, the District Chief Executive of Adaklu said the Assembly is strategizing to use cashew cultivation to eliminate poverty in the farming area. “Adaklu land supports cashew cultivation so we are investing in large scale cultivation to make the District a hub for cashew by 2023,” he …

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