Monday, May 23, 2022
World Bank-UNESCO-UNICEF report lays out the magnitude of the education crisisThis generation of students now risks losing $17 trillion in lifetime earnings in present value, or about 14 percent of today’s global GDP, as a result of COVID-19 pandemic-related school closures, according to a new report published today by...
Lanbell Laboratory and Diagnostic Centre has officially opened its office in Accra to offer COVID-19 testing through the use of Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) to help in the fight against the pandemic.The Centre, which is poised to serve clients, is set to deliver the quickest PCR detection of SARS-COV-2...
Pest and Vector Control Association of Ghana (PEVAG) has taken its free disinfection programme to the Keta Municipal Health Hospital in the Volta Region.In addition, the Association also fumigated the hospital against bed bugs, following an urgent appeal from the hospital authorities to PEVAG.The second phase of PEVAG’s nationwide...
The Mastercard Foundation, in partnership with Strategic Communication Africa (Stratcomm), has called for immediate reinforcement of the COVID-19 protocols and safety measures to prevent the occurrence of another spike.According to these institutions, it is important for the state to take a cue from the fourth and fifth waves of...
The Rotary Club of Accra-Spintex, have rewarded three female students of the Old Lashibi Basic School with various prize packages as part of an essay competition dubbed ‘The power of my dream and aspiration as a girl” to aid in their education and empower them to stay in school...
Bridge for Equity Ghana, a Non-Governmental Organisation that focuses on gender education and child protection, has called on government to increase access to digital education to children in basic schools especially those in rural communities.In an interview to mark World Children’s Day, Founder of the organisation, Lilipearl Baaba Otoo,...
Set aback by millenia of global disruptions, mainly wars and pandemics, tourism in Ghana, like any other country, has borne the brunt of a devastating ravine in our tourism peaks in recent times.Like other Black Swans, highly impactful but unpredictable events in centuries before, the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed...
Set aback by millenia of global disruptions, mainly wars and pandemics, tourism in Ghana, like any other country, has borne the brunt of a devastating ravine in our tourism peaks in recent times.Like other Black Swans, highly impactful but unpredictable events in centuries before, the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed...
Chairperson of the Business and Financial Times (B&FT), Dr. Edith Dankwa, says Ghana’s COVID-19-adjusted economic recovery will only be successful with the backing of a thriving Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) sector.Speaking on Joy FM’s morning show, the recently crowned Chartered Institute of Marketing GHANA (CIMG) Marketing Woman of...
The Alumni Body of the University of Ghana Business School, UGBS, has donated food items and conducted a free medical screening for the Good Shepherd Orphanage located in Ofankor, Accra as part of their commitment to give back to society by supporting children in need.The items donated include bags...
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