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Short-term Pain for Long-term Gain: The New CEOs Dilemma

April 24, 2019//-Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) who pivot to a longer view of health and performance make the right moves for their companies, though it’s sometimes their successors who reap the rewards. Advertisements


Nigerian Universities Are Suffering from Neglect. Why This Should Stop

Nigeria’s education system is under funded. Shutterstock Isaac Adebayo Adeyemi, Nigerian Academy of Science April 23, 2019//-The level of funding of the education sector has been recognised as one of the major factors that contribute to quality education.

Kenyan Hospital Opens Human Milk Bank — a Rarity in Sub-Saharan Africa

Human milk banks collect, pasteurise, test, store, and distribute donated breastmilk. NataBU/Shutterstock Elizabeth Kimani-Murage, Brown University April 19, 2019//-Kenya’s first human milk bank has opened at Pumwani Maternity Hospital. Moina Spooner, from The Conversation Africa, spoke to the team spearheading APHRC’s research efforts in the establishment of Kenya’s first milk bank.

Hawkamah, ICSA to Emphasise the Impact of Corporate Governance on Sustainability

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, April 16, 2019-(AETOSWire)-Hawkamah, The Institute for Corporate Governance, will hold its thirteenth annual conference in Dubai on April 25, 2019 in partnership with ICSA, the Governance Institute, the professional body for governance in the UK, Republic of Ireland and Associated Territories, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.

Over 3,000 Benefits from Free Health Screening & Surgery at Bawku

Bawku, Upper East Region, April 16, 2019//-Scores of people in the Bawku Municipality have undergone health screening exercise, with many of them having their ailments treated at no cost.

Ghana: Committee on World Diplomatic Summit Begins Work

Accra, Ghana, April 15, 2019//-A 16-member committee of volunteers has been sworn into office by the UN Youth Ghana at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration to oversee the planning and execution of the 2019 World Diplomatic Summit scheduled to be held at the Accra International Conference Centre in August.

How the Open Access Model Hurts Academics in Poorer Countries

Open access journals come with hidden costs. rvlsoft/Shutterstock Brenda Wingfield, University of Pretoria and Bob Millar, University of Pretoria April 14, 2019//-The rise of open access publishing should be applauded. Scientific research and literature should be made available to everyone, with no cost to the reader.

UAE: Dubai Doctor Diagnoses Absent Ovaries in Young Girl

Dubai, United Arab Emirates,10 April, 2019– (AETOSWire)-Emirates Hospital-Jumeirah (EHJ), an Emirates Healthcare Company and an internationally recognised 100-bed beacon of progress in the region’s healthcare system, is treating an interesting case.

Ghana: Former President Rawlings Rejects UDS

Accra, Ghana,April 10, 2019//-Former President John Jerry Rawlings has rejected government’s decision to rename the University for Development Studies (UDS) in the Upper West Region after him.

GES, MPA Sign MoU to Expose Schools Under Trees; Curb Teacher Absenteeism with ICT Tools

Accra, Ghana, April 9, 2019//-One of the daunting challenges confronting Ghana, especially, managers of its educational system, is the lack of adequately suitable classrooms for children to sit and learn.

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