Category archives for: Services

Commonwealth Secretary-General to The Hague: There Can Be No Lasting Peace Without Justice

January 24, 2020//-Lasting peace and the prosperity that comes with it cannot be achieved without justice, the Commonwealth Secretary-General has declared, during a keynote speech in the Hague.

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.

Ghana: Gov’t Supplies Food Items to School Feeding Caterers

Accra, January 20, 2020//-Ghana’s Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP) has begun the distribution of food items to caterers under the Ghana School Feeding Programme (GSFP) across the country.

NABCO CEO: Exhibit Good Working Practices to Enhance Job Opportunities

Wa, Upper West Region, Ghana, January 19, 2020//- Dr Anyars Ibrahim, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Nation Builders Corps (NABCO), has said an enhanced and strengthened NABCO brand would enhance their employment opportunities after their term expires.

Emmaline Datey Meanders Through Storms To Build An Excellent HR Career

Accra, Ghana, January 17, 2020//-The name Emmaline Datey often shortened as “Ema Datey” is one of the household names in Ghana’s Human Resource (HR) arena.

Unlocking the Power of Philanthropy

January 14, 2020//-At Goldman Sachs’ inaugural Philanthropy Forum, hosted recently by the firm’s Private Wealth Management business, more than 350 clients convened in New York to hear perspectives from notable philanthropists and learn strategies for maximizing giving and measuring impact. 

The African-American Wooing Investors To Ghana, Meet Nana Amo Kantinkrau

January 13, 2020//-According to the Economist Magazine, “The new scramble for Africa, is now being led by a new generation of Africans determined to make a difference through technological innovations and the development of enterprise and markets.”

Unpacking the Role of Religious Counselling Services in Ghana

Religious counsellors are an important part of society. Wikimedia Commons Annabella Osei-Tutu, University of Ghana and Vivian Afi Abui Dzokoto, Virginia Commonwealth University January 13, 2020//-In the past when most Ghanaians lived in rural areas, most would typically consult an elder, a respected member of the family, or someone of good social standing in their […]

Kiswahili Goes to School in South Africa

January 12, 2020//-South Africa has become the first southern African country to offer Kiswahili as an optional subject in schools, raising hopes for the growth of the language considered the lingua franca of East Africa.

Cancer Survivor Finds a Business in Improving Others’ Lives

January 10, 2020//-While Kathy Pico was going through chemotherapy for a rare soft-tissue cancer in her ankle 10 years ago, she dreamed about opening a business that checks on the well-being of survivors of this particular cancer.

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