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Friday, 23 October 2015 12:34

Conflicts: the barrier to development

A community that is engaged in conflict would not see much progress and development. Some communities in Ghana have been rocked by conflicts bordering on preventable land disputes, chieftaincy among others.

Thursday, 10 September 2015 16:28

Ghana struggles to meet 67 % OBS target

Ghana, one of the 102 countries surveyed in the latest Open Budget Survey continues to struggle in its quest to meet its set target of 67 per cent by 2016. Having chalked relative success in the sub region over the period between 2010 and 2015, the performance of Ghana in making available 8 key budget documents can best be described as “stagnant.”

Men have been encouraged to support their partners especially during pregnancy and impress upon them to take their medication regularly. They were also advised to accompany their wives to the health facility whenever it is time to do so.

Monday, 29 December 2014 00:00

What is your contribution?

The phone rings at 8:50 pm on a Sunday evening, and the voice at the other end goes like this, “good evening Naa, Sorry to bother you this late. I have a meeting very early tomorrow and I would need a driver to go with me”. That is the start of a new week for the Human Resource/Administration Manager of SEND-GHANA.

Despite social and economic progress, women are still alarmingly underrepresented in politics and public debate in Ghana. During a public forum, held to come up with policy recommendations to increase women’s visibility and influence, we asked Dzifa Bampoh, News Editor at popular radio station Joy FM, about her views on how to get women involved.

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