Sunday, June 26, 2022
The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) in collaboration with Economic Governance Platform (EGP) and some Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have urged government to, as a matter of urgency, account for and report on how COVID-19 financial resources have been expended. They recommended to government the need to resource Metropolitan, Municipal and...
The Minister of Health, Kwaku Agyeman-Manu, has commended Vodafone Ghana Foundation for its enormous support in the fight against COVID-19. Mr. Agyeman-Manu praised Vodafone Ghana Foundation when the telco presented 461 cold-chain units to the Ministry of Health (MoH). The equipment is worth US$1million and include 275 vaccine freezers, 184 ice-lined...
‘A brand is something that has a clear-cut identity among consumers, which a company creates by sending out a clear, consistent message over a period of years until it achieves a critical mass of marketing’ - Phil Knight One word that is often mentioned during conversations about brands is...
World’s leading delivery player, Glovo, has become the first ever delivery app to provide COVID-19 testing services to its customers in Ghana. In partnership with leading Health facility Claron Health International, Glovo is set to provide customers in Accra with access to a convenient booking engine for In-Clinic or At-home...
Renowned Crisis Management Company, LCB Worldwide Ghana Limited has recently fumigated shops at Abossey Okai and other Market Centres within the Greater Accra Region. The exercise which was executed in collaboration with the Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) saw more than  1,000 shops fumigated. The move comes on the back...
To effectively navigate the new reality of a post-COVID-19 landscape, governments, businesses, and individuals from various spheres must arm themselves with critical Complex Problem-Solving (CPS) skills. This is according to Change and Transformation expert and Associate Consultant with Ishmael Yamson & Associates, Dr. Dela Evans, who argues that increased interconnectivity...
The first official cases of the deadly coronavirus were recorded in Ghana on March 12, 2020, from two individuals who had returned to the country from Norway and Turkey. A pandemic that started in China's Wuhan province, COVID-19's dreadful impact on public health, economic and social systems has been felt...
Despite government’s effort to procure vaccines to jab over 20 million of the country’s population, there is still resistance from some citizens who have raised concerns over the efficacy of the vaccines, probably due to inadequate education on it – a situation the World Bank says could slow recovery...
Robust and reliable vaccine capacity in Africa is a global public good, deserving of global support. The start of a new year is often a time to reflect and reassess. As the pandemic stretches into its third year, apprehension over the health crisis and the associated economic uncertainties is proving...
The wildfire spread of the Omicron variant adds a new element of uncertainty to the global economy. But when it comes to emerging markets, the consensus view is that these countries’ prospects remain bright. J.P. Morgan Global Research expects their collective GDP to grow by 4.6% this year, faster...
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