Research indicates that 2.2 million people in Ghana can be classified as extremely poor hence the introduction of the Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) programme.
Nana Kwadwo Wuo II, the Chief of Bui in the Banda District of the Brong-Ahafo Region on Wednesday said illegal mining has re-surfaced in the area.
Authorities in Ghana are in talks with their Ivorian counterparts over measures to sanitise the two major water bodies, the Tano and Bia Rivers, which have been polluted by the activities of Ghanai
The United Nations Development Programme has launched its Income Inequality Trends in Sub-Saharan Africa report during the African Economic Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Officials of the Forestry Commission have intensified their fight against illegal logging in efforts to stem the tide of deforestation and ensure sustainable forest resource exploitation.
To safeguard Ghana’s environment from the harm of pesticides and chemicals transportation and usage, two Committees have been inaugurated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), to ensure its
Ghana has been named among the top 10 countries worldwide with the highest percentage of 85.7 of its population without decent toilets.
Providing housing to slum dwellers, protecting them from natural disasters and diseases and connecting them to jobs and services through improved infrastructure are urgent policy issues in many sub
A population-based molecular epidemiological study has revealed that Tuberculosis (TB) is prevalent and fast spreading in the urban areas than in the rural settings.
The High Level Ministerial Committee on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has met in Accra to review the status of implementation of the SDGs in Ghana presented by the National Development P
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