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Cameroon Cataract Bond Records Successful First Year

Washington D.C, United States of America, June 9, 2019/ — An innovative cataract project funded through a development impact bond has celebrated a monumental first year, screening more than 50,000 patients and completing more than 2,300 cataract surgeries in Cameroon.

AirtelTigo Employees Support Two Schools in Accra, Sekondi

June 3, 2019//-Employees of AirtelTigo have donated assorted items, including educational materials, food items and clothes to La Wireless Cluster of Schools in Greater Accra Region and the Sekondi School for the Deaf in the Western Region through its “Season of Random Kindness” initiative.

FOGET 2019: WAEC Urges Parents to Reduce House Chores of BECE Candidates

Accra, Ghana, June 1, 2019//-The West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) has urged parents to reduce the house chores of their children who will be sitting for Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in two week times.

How do CEOs Manage Their Time?

May 27, 2019//-Nitin Nohria, a dean at Harvard Business School, and Michael E. Porter, a professor at Harvard Business School, have spent their careers forging future CEOs in the classroom and writing for them in influential management publications.

Will Ghana’s New Education Curriculum Yield the Desired Results?   

Accra, Ghana, May 26, 2019//-The earliest history of formal, western-style education in Ghana is directly associated with the history of European activities on the Gold Coast.

Class Analyst: Chris Wellisz Profiles Branko Milanovic, A Leading Scholar of Inequality

May 23, 2019//-As a child growing up in Communist Yugoslavia, Branko Milanovic witnessed the protests of 1968, when students occupied the campus of the University of Belgrade and hoisted banners reading “Down with the Red bourgeoisie!”

New Research: 1 in 7 of All babies Worldwide Are Born with a Low Birthweight

Geneva, Switzerland, May 18, 2019/ — More than 20 million babies are born with a low birthweight (less than 2500g; 5.5 pounds) in 2015—around one in seven of all births worldwide according to the first-ever estimates documenting this major health challenge.

Ramadan 2019: The Health Benefits of Fasting

Some experts say restricting food intake during the day can help prevent health problems and improve mental health. May 6, 2019//-Ramadan, which began on May 6 in most countries this year, is the holiest month in the Islamic calendar.

Why Certificates Have No Value Anymore

May 1, 2019//-Many people who learn from online courses, look to get a certificate. But the certificate has no value. 

Ghanaian Woman Makes it to Global Pluralism Award Finals

Accra, Ghana, April 29, 2019//-The Global Centre for Pluralism today announced that Deborah Ahenkorah has been selected as a finalist for the 2019 Global Pluralism Award in recognition of her work fostering literary diversity for African children.

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