Thursday, October 6, 2022
Student leaders from tertiary and second cycle institutions within the Ho Municipality of the Volta Region have been taken through various leadership training by Lead-it Africa The seminar organised in collaboration with the Progressive Students Network is an annual event that target student leaders mainly focused on helping participants to...
The Executive Director of Child Rights International, Mr. Bright Appiah, says although there has been a rise in COVID-19 infections among children, available data is not strong enough to shutdown down  schools. Within the last four months (November 9 to February 4) a total of 1,737 children within the age...
The Pharmacy Department of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) at the University for Development Studies (UDS) has over the weekend embarked on a massive clean-up exercise to pave way for academic work. The exercise, in collaboration with the Pharmacy Students Association of Ghana UDS chapter, was also used to...
The national finals of the 2021 edition of Spelling Bee competition, was held over the weekend at Alisa Hotel, and 11-year-old Naa Koshie Manyo-Plange of the Roman Ridge School in Accra emerged winner. After an intense 15 rounds of keenly contested spelling competition by 60 participants from across the sixteen...
Kandifo Institute has appointed Nathan Adu Akoamah as the Acting Programme Officer for the institute, effective February 2, 2021. As an Acting Programs Officer, he would work on all initiatives of the institute. His role would encompass programs and projects such as Leadership Hive, Governance Hive, Economic Hive, Let’s Go...
École Ronsard, a bilingual international school located at East Legon, has obtained the French LabelFrancÉducation certificate, becoming the first Ghanaian school to be accredited. The LabelFrancÉducation was launched by the French Ministry of Education in 2012, aiming at identifying, recognizing and highlighting the bilingual programs of excellence abroad. This year, 456...
Advans Ghana has supported 125 schools as part of its Back-to-School Campaign to lessen the financial burden of repayment of loans by these schools by providing a more flexible and extended payment system without increasing interests. Located in the Greater Accra region, Kumasi, Tamale and Ho, these schools have benefited...
It is worth mentioning that Corporate Entities/Private individuals have played a major role in the country’s socioeconomic development through their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes, with many firms investing huge amounts of money to support communities in which they operate. Through the CSR programmes, most companies now operate in an...
University for Development Studies (UDS) has said it is ready to move part of its academic work online for some students to participate in to reduce congestion in classrooms. According to management, the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in the country is worrying and considering how congested lecture halls become...
Parliament has voted against a motion filed by lawmaker for Bawku Central, Mahama Ayariga, requesting government to absorb fees of public tertiary students and to extend support to private universities for the 2020/2021 academic year, as part of COVID-19 relief programmes. During debate on the proposal, some members in the...
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