Category archives for: Services

UNICEF: Teenage Girls Are bearing the Brunt of Global AIDS Epidemic

July 25, 2018//-Teenagers, and particularly girls, are bearing the brunt of the global AIDS epidemic with around 30 adolescents becoming infected with HIV every hour, according to a report by the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

Transforming African Challenges Into Opportunities

July 24, 2018//-Although African governments have many good governance mechanism at their disposal, they are still faced with a lot of challenges. 

Ghana: Struggling NHIA Sponsors Adwoa Safo’s Trip Abroad?

Accra, Ghana, July 19, 2018//-Member of Parliament for Dome-Kwabenya Constituency Sarah Adwoa Safo, who is also the Deputy Majority Leader, wrote to the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) in March for sponsorship on a training at Havard Kennedy School in the US.

Ghana: IFEJ Launches 5th Edition of Flamingo Awards for Journalists

Accra, Ghana, July 17, 2018//-The Institute of Financial and Economic Journalists (IFEJ), today launched its fifth edition of the IFEJ Flamingo Awards for business and financial journalists in Ghana.

4 Ways Businesses Can Survive Disruptions Beyond Your Control

July 16, 2018//-Business plans – like all plans – can go awry when events beyond the control of the business owner disrupt the everyday routine.

ECOWAS Court to Strengthen Measures to Improve Enforcement of its Decisions

July 16, 2018//-The ECOWAS Community Court of Justice is collaborating with stakeholders to obey or enforce the judgment of the court by members states in the region and promote human rights and humanitarian law.

Obama Returns to Kenyan ‘Home’

July 16, 2018//-Excitement has gripped the small village of Kogelo in western Kenya as their famous son, former US President Barack Obama, visits after 12 years.

SA: Ramaphosa Arrives in Saudi Arabia

Cape Town, South Africa, July 12, 2018/ — President Cyril Ramaphosa has arrived in Jeddah, for his State Visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, scheduled to take place today, 12 July 2018.

Doctors Blame the Practice of ‘Treating Patients on the Floor’ on Lack of Investments in Ghana’s Health Sector

Accra, Ghana, July 11, 2018//-The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) says lack of investments in the health sector should be blamed for the ‘no-bed syndrome’ and lack of emergency services system in the various hospitals across the country.

Small Businesses in South Africa Critical to the 4th Industrial Revolution

Gauteng, South Africa, July 11, 2018//- Small businesses will be critical to South Africa in the 4th industrial revolution while access to information will revolutionize education.

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