Sunday, June 26, 2022
The Parliamentary Select Committee on Education is urging parents across the country to prioritise Technical Vocational Education & Training (TVET) for their children, as it presents more self-employment career opportunities. According to the Committee’s leadership, recent statistics have shown that job opportunities are very limited on the African continent -...
Public universities in the country have increased the sale of admission forms for undergraduate and diploma courses for the 2018/2019 academic year, as prospective applicants struggle to raise funds to pursue tertiary education. The sharp increase in the cost of admission forms comes months after all public universities were directed...
As Ghana’s economy is going through some challenges, the pressure on government to review its public expenditure has come under public scrutiny. While some people easily dismiss the notion that COVID-19 had a destructive impact on the global economy (including Ghana), the reality is telling on economies of developing...
Solidaridad, through its Sustainable West Africa Oil Palm Programme (SWAPP II), funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Ghana and Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs, has partnered the Ghana Skill Development Initiative project to develop a curriculum and learning materials for competency-based training in...
The Mohinani Group has selected 37 basic and junior high schools within the Greater Accra Region, to participate in the 5th annual waste management and recycling competition. The competition, which seeks to support environmental education in basic and junior high schools, reward schools for their collection and innovation with recyclable...
The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has said the various schools across the country have already been fumigated and disinfected various quantities of PPE have been provisioned to cater for the students, teachers and non-teaching staff, as they reopen tomorrow. In all about 750,000 persons, comprising 532,000 JHS 3 students,...
Fishermen operating in Tema have constructed an ultra-modern boarding facility to accommodate male students of the Tema Manhean Senior High Secondary -Technical School. The project, which is currently more than 90% complete cost over GH¢400,000. The building is expected to house about 200 fresh and continuing students when schools reopen...
Brighter Investment, a social enterprise that provides full financial support to talented students in developing countries, in partnership with the Ministry for Business Development and the Association of African Universities (AAU) will be conducting a nationwide career-tracer study on most viable career pathways among Ghanaian graduates in August. The study...
The Faculty of Agriculture of the University for Development Studies (UDS) has begun commercial production of certified seeds to feed farmers, and to enhance food security in the country. The department has acquired 1,000 acres of land at Damongo in the East Gonja District of the Northern Region for that...
Title: The Real Estate Market in Ghana – An Emerging Market in Sub-Saharan Africa Author: Dr. Wilfred K. Anim-Odame, FGhIS, MRICS Reviewer: Dr. Maxwell Opoku-Afari, First Deputy Governor, Bank of Ghana The Global Financial Crisis of 2007-8 was the result of inadequate regulation of both the real estate and financial markets. In...
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