The devastating effect of the trash phenomenon in Ghana is a great concern for many people. We have witnessed the dramatic effect of the Kaneshie floods which was as a result of plastic waste choking majority of the channels making it impossible for the free passage of water.
The minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates, Mr. Nasser Bourita, held on November 15, 2021, talks in Rabat with his Sierra Leonean counterpart, Mr. David Francis, which focused on several bilateral and regional issues.
The journey towards realizing universal access to modern cooking methods received a boost on Friday following the launch of the first edition of a facilitators training manual on household air pollution.
The Bank of Ghana has been accused of losing focus in contributing to the macro-economic objectives of stability, growth and employment creation, instead, they are competing with the commercial banks for profit through high lending rates.
Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (T?KA), Konya Metropolitan Municipality, and the Paramedics and Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine Association (PARHAD) held the “Basic Firefighting and Tactical First Aid Training” for 20 firefighters from Libya and as part of the Emergency and Disaster Response Training Program (ADAMEP).
On 22 November, UNESCO’s 193 Member States approved the establishment of a Centre of Excellence in Engineering Innovation, Manufacturing and Technology Transfer in Ghana, during UNESCO’s 41st General Conference in Paris, France.