Category archives for: Economy

Better Explanation of Fundamentals of the Economy by Prof Gatsi Angered Jubilee House 

Accra, Ghana, January 23, 2020//-It was a nice moment with Bernard Avle on Cititv yesterday when Prof John Gatsi of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) provided practical appreciation of what is meant by fundamentals of the economy. 

Fraud At The National Council For Arts And Culture: Who Is Lying: Sahara Reporters Or Otunba Runsewe?

January 23, 2020//-Following the unprofessional report released by Sahara Reporters http://saharareporters.com/2020/01/05/damning-audit-report-ncac-not-during-my-time-runsewe, one is forced to ask again, is Sahara Reporters indeed useful in supporting the government when it comes to fighting fake news in the society or has it become a willing tool in the elevation of junk journalism?

U.S, Ghana Partner to Build Capable, Resilient Security and Justice Sector Institutions

Accra, Ghana, January 23, 2020/ — The United States (US) and Ghana continue bilateral efforts in the areas of border, maritime, police peacekeeping, cyber security, and the administration of justice to build capable and resilient security and justice sector institutions. 

Sub-Saharan Africa’s CPI Performance Paints a Bleak Picture of Inaction Against Corruption

January 23, 2020//-As the lowest-scoring region on the Corruption Perception Index (CPI) 2019, with an average of 32, Sub-Saharan Africa’s performance paints a bleak picture of inaction against corruption.  

Winning Community Trust in Ebola Control

Democratic Republic of Congo, January 23, 2020/ — “Why is Ebola taking so long to end?” a fierce-looking man in a community meeting outside Butembo town in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) wants to know.

Nana Ofosuaa Oforiatta Ayim: The Ghanaian Connecting Africa Through Culture

Accra, Ghana, January 23, 2020//-Champion of Change – Nana Oforiatta Ayim, a writer, filmmaker and art historian, is trying to create change by shifting the stories we tell about ourselves.

Climate Change Fund Grants $4.7M to Support Projects in African Countries

Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, January 23, 2020 – The Africa Climate Change Fund (ACCF) has approved seven new project proposals amounting to around $4.7 million.

Almaz Negash: The Silicon Valley Woman Behind The Soaring African Diaspora Network

Accra, Ghana, January 22, 2020//-More than 8,500 miles lie between Silicon Valley and Eritrea, but day after day Almaz Negash – founder of African Diaspora Network–finds ways to reconcile her Eritrean background with her American life, effortlessly connecting the two worlds in ways that many might find daunting.

Rwanda: UK Aid Contributes £3 Million to Help Feed Burundian Refugees

Kigali, Rwanda, January 22, 2020/ — DFID has provided £3 million (US$3.8 million) to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to help improve the food security of Burundian refugees in Mahama Camp in Eastern Rwanda.

African Logistics: 6 Recommendations to Revolutionize the Sector

January 22, 2020//-In a report, the AFRICA CEO FORUM and OKAN, the strategic and financial consultants dedicated to Africa, deliver their recommendations to push the boundaries in the field of African logistics.

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