Ghana loses about 290 million U.S. dollars and 79 million U.S. dollars annually to poor sanitation and open defecation respectively, state-owned Ghana News Agency (GNA) reported here Tuesday.

A report released by UNICEF has revealed that even though Ghana has been able to eradicated extreme hunger and poverty, the situation of general poverty is still high in rural areas.

On June 7, 2017, the Board of Directors of the African Development Bank approved the Form Ghana Reforestation Project and the Southern Tunisia Gas Pipeline Project to undergo a Bank-triggered compl

The quest for children with cancer in Ghana to seek lasting treatment from Ghana’s health service has suffered a major blow regarding government’s refusal to include treatment of this malady on the

The Coalition of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) Against Mining in the Atewa Forest Reserve, has said it will petition the International Union For Conservation of Nature, to stop attempts by

Hundreds of homes in the catchment area of the Weija Dam in the Ga South Municipality of the Greater Accra Region are gradually getting submerged, following the recent spillage of the dam by the Gh

An outbreak of African swine fever in three districts of the Ashanti Region has led to the killing of over 400 pigs between May and June this year, the Veterinary Services Department has revealed.

Fourteen out of 19 illegal small scale miners (galamseyers) have been trapped in the belly of the earth since Sunday, July 2.

Ghana will definitely not be part of African countries with high population rates come 2050.

The Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company (BOST) has explained that the contamination of the about 5 million litres of fuel occurred on January 18, 2017 and that it happened as a result of ac

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