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In the bustling world of radio, where charisma meets talent, Sika Olivia Nana Yaa Adepa has emerged as a beacon of charm and personality. Born on March 9, 2006, as the third child of Late Madam...
When it comes to rugged SUVs with awe-inspiring design and off-road reliability, Jeep stands out as a benchmark in the car industry. However, if the challenges of Ghana's bad roads or other factors make owning a...

Rape in Silence: Who Can Report in Ghana?

Rape is a heinous crime that has become all too common in our society. Unfortunately, many rape cases go unreported due to fear, shame,...

Female Genital Mutilation in Ghana: A Question for the Gods

Female genital mutilation, also known as female genital cutting, is a practice that involves the partial or total removal of the external female genitalia...

Reversing Desertification in Ghana: 10 Profitable Trees to Consider Planting

As a Ghanaian, you may be aware of the alarming rate at which desertification is taking place in our country. Desertification refers to the...

Ghana-Cote d’Ivoire Relations Intact Despite Maritime Dispute Outcome – President Confirms

In 2017, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) ruled in favor of Ghana in a maritime boundary dispute with its...

Maternal Mortality in Ghana: Alarming Concerns with Unsafe Abortions

Unsafe induced abortions have been identified as a significant contributor to maternal morbidity and mortality in Ghana. Dr. Susan Ama Amuasi, a Lecturer and...

Tracing Ghana’s Path to Independence: The Key Events and Figures from 1919-1957

Ghana's road to independence from 1919 to 1957 is a fascinating chapter in Africa's history. The struggle for independence was characterized by resistance, resilience,...

Ghana declares first-ever outbreak of Marburg virus disease

Ghana has announced the country’s first outbreak of Marburg virus disease, after a World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre laboratory confirmed earlier results. The Institut...

Child poverty in Africa: an SDG emergency in the making

Briefing/policy papers Written by Maria Quattri The profile of world poverty is changing dramatically. This briefing paper focuses on one of the most troubling...

Family planning does not affect fertility—Head Nurse

Family planning does not affect fertility no matter the method used or how long, it’s designed to temporarily delay fertility and prevent pregnancy, Ms....

Eight dead, 26 injured, dozens kidnapped after Nigerian train ambush

Eight people died in an armed ambush on a train in the north of Nigeria and a further 26 were injured, the commissioner for...

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