On Wednesday, 19th May 2021, Ghana received one hundred and seventy million euros (€170 million) from the European Investment Bank (EIB) for the establishment of a new national bank, ‘Development Bank Ghana’ (DBG). DBG is one of the pillars of our GH¢100 billion Ghana CARES ‘Obaatampa’ Project, the programme to revitalise the Ghanaian economy, following the onset of COVID-19. It will stimulate growth in the private sector, and aid in our programme to transform the structure of the Ghanaian economy. The Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Hon. Shirley…

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Mental health is one of the most neglected areas of public health in the country

Mental health is one of the most neglected areas of public health in the country The Hospital Director of Pantang Hospital, Dr.Frank Baning has disclosed that, Mental health is one of the most neglected areas of public health in the country. He said Mental health disorders, according to the World Health Organization(WHO) are among the leading causes of ill-health and disability worldwide. According the him ,a great deal of work still remains in order to create accessible resources for all and eliminate mental health stigma and discrimination, which prevents people…

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*WE WANT OUR ROADS AND GUTTERS TO BE FIX – JAMERA HENE PLEADS* The Chief of Jamera

The Chief of Jameratraditional council, in the Jaman North constituency Nana Shie-Dwo Patazin II* has pleaded with government through the immediate past member of Parliament for Jaman North constituency Honorable Siaka Stevens to as a matter of urgency instruct the contractor who was constructing Sampa-Jinini road to come to site for continuation. Speaking in an interview with the media, Nana Shie-Dwo Patazin II stated that, the road was awarded to contract during the tenure of former MP of Jaman North constituency Honorable Siaka Stevens, the contractor was on site until…

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90% of Disasters are caused by weather related issues 

The Director General of Ghana Meteorological Agency,Dr.Michael Tanu has disclosed that 90% of disasters in the country are weather related issues. According to him,despite scientific and technological advances which greatly contribute to improving weather forecasting, the accuracy and access to this information by local grassroots communities still remains a major challenge. Speaking to media at the SWIFT TSB3 workshop on newscast and synoptic products in Accra, he said the government spends about 10 million dollars in Africa to ensure effective engagement of decisions made in the development of improved forecasting…

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