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Corruption Denies The Poor And Marginalized Access To Quality Services

Post Views: 267 Corruption in its form is costly and its impact is pervasive. It affects economic growth, level of GDP per capita, investment activity and its efficiency especially in the health and education. Corruption Denies access to quality services for the poor and marginalized, weakens the effective distribution of wealth and incomes, and has …

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Ghana To Loss Position On World Cocoa League – CAL

Post Views: 271 Government has on Monday, November 19 2018, commenced an engagements with cocoa farmers across the country seeking to strengthen interaction with the Cocoa Sector. The engagements began in Koforidua, Tafo in the Eastern Region and will continue in other Cocoa growing districts in Brong-Ahafo, Ashanti, Western and Central Regions of Ghana. Following …

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UNDP And Partners Supports Farmers With Solar-powered Irrigation Pumps

Post Views: 246 Imagine having to walk 12kilometers daily to a farm, to produce food to feed your family and many others. This notwithstanding, the biggest challenge is having to look for money especially during the dry season, to hire a petrol or diesel-powered water pump to irrigate your crops. The unsustainability of this irrigation …

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CHALLENGES YOUTHS FACE IN ZAMBIA AND SOME POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS

Post Views: 1,148 Challenges faced by youths in Africa are basically the same from one country to another. Surprisingly, these challenges are an everyday song for every government that come in and go out of governance. In Zambia, the population of the country as of December 2016 stands at 16.53 million people with 4.8 million …

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Gambia’s 53rd Independence Day speech – President Adama Barrow

Post Views: 314 Fellow Gambians, As we celebrate yet another Independence Day, we must reflect on the state of our nation over the past 53 years, and hence the theme of my address focuses on THE ‘NEW GAMBIA’ FOR REFLECTION AND SOUL-SEARCHING FOR INCLUSIVE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. My fellow Gambians, Together, we have ushered the New …

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