A UN human rights expert, Philip Alston, on Wednesday said unless Ghana addressed growing inequality and continuing high poverty rates, the country would fall far short of meeting the key UN Sustai
The African Academy of Sciences (AAS) on Wednesday launched a platform to help showcase cutting edge research that is addressing endemic challenges in the continent like diseases, hunger and climat
An average of six (6) people die in road accidents everyday in Ghana, the Motor Transport and Traffic Directorate (MTTD) of the Ghana Police service has revealed.
The destruction of forests according to the FAO may cause huge financial losse for the nation
The government has estimated that $400 million will be needed to dredge and clean the heavy mercury content in the River Ankobra in the Western Region due to the activities of illegal small-scale m
Cereals growers in North Rift region, the country's grain basket, are staring at heavy losses due to the re-emergence of the Fall armyworm.
Women, Business and the Law (WBL) measures gender inequality in the law. The dataset identifies barriers to women's economic participation and encourages the reform of discriminatory laws.
Asian farmers are growing rice and rearing fish in the same fields to increase their income and reduce weeds, while Ghanaians are using crop residues as compost to boost yields.
Takoradi — A Sekondi high court on Thursday convicted five Chinese and four Ghanaians to a total fine of GHȻ54, 000, for polluting River Ankobra in the Bamiankor area of the Western Region, in Marc
Armech Africa Limited, a subsidiary of the Armech Group, will construct a $300-million (3.57-billion) waste-to-energy power plant in the Ghanaian city of Tema to generate 60 megawatts of clean ener
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