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Water Crisis

Survival of the fittest: Rural women compete with animals for water

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A GNA Feature by Prosper K. Kuorsoh Wa, June 11, GNA –The lack of potable water in some rural communities in the Upper West Region...
Children South Sudan

Protecting the Rights of Children, the law, barriers and the realities

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A GNA feature by Bertha Badu-Agyei Domestic violence remains the most hidden form of violence in the country as sexual violence or abuse meted out...
Handwashing

Hand washing: process of getting infection or promoting quality state of health?

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A GNA feature By Regina Benneh-Siaw Hand washing, also known as hand hygiene is the act of cleaning one's hands with soap and water to...
COVID-19

COVID-19: Women in informal sector recount their losses

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A GNA feature by Bertha Badu-Agyei The impact of crisis are never gender-neutral and COVID-19 is no exception, for the single mother in Ghana. For the...
Mother

Sunday, May 9, is Mother’s Day

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A GNA Feature by Eunice Hilda Ampomah/Vivian Tawiah Sunday, May 9, is Mother’s Day and Ghana will join the rest of the world to recognise...
Greenwich Tourism

Greenwich Meridian lost tourism monument in Ghana

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GNA Feature by Winifred Kodua /Charlotte L. Appiah The Greenwich Meridian a global geographical monument in 2014 was decorated with a magnificent edifice named “The...
Disability

COVID-19: PWDs call for implementation of Disability Act

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A GNA feature by Bertha Badu-Agyei As the impact of COVID-19 continue to ravage the global economy and lives, Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) have made...
media

Can Journalists keep holding public officials accountable?

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A GNA feature by Eric K. Amoh In the mid-1990s, it was common to see and hear journalists discussing and talking about issues on national,...

Electric vehicle usage in Ghana and Africa is a climate change solution

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GNA Feature by Christopher Tetteh Global warming in recent years is as a result of higher percentage of air pollutions such as car exhaust fumes...
COVID-19

Impact of COVID-19 on hospitality industry

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GNA feature by Hafsa Obeng On March 12, 2020, Ghana recorded its first two cases of the deadly Corona Virus (COVID-19), being among the first...
Teenagers in Kasoa ritual murder

Ritual Murders: Public officials must also be responsible

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A GNA Feature by Eric K. Amoh Ghana woke up to one of the most horrific, terrible, and unimaginable stories of teens killing their friend...
University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS)

UHAS introduces new academic programmes, kickstarts two new Schools

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A GNA feature By Maxwell Awumah The University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) in Ho has started several new academic and professional programmes during...
Upper East Uncompleted Theatre

The Upper East Uncompleted Theatre: A setback to the region’s cultural heritage

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A GNA Feature by Anthony Adongo Apubeo The Upper East Region is one of the few regions in Ghana that has a lot of cultural...
Bunso Arboretum

Bunso Arboretum: an exceptional tourist site in the Eastern Region

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A GNA feature by Bertha Badu-Agyei/Millicent Tamakloe The Eastern Region is undoubtedly one of the tourist hubs in the country endowed with popular and striking...
Poverty Real

‘Travel and See,’ poverty is real

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A GNA Feature by Emmanuel Nyatsikor. "Travel and see" was the inscription on a mummy truck that used to ply between Ho and Adaklu Kodzobi,...
Veil Deaths

Death ‘hanged’ on the neck

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A GNA Feature by Prosper K. Kuorsoh Despite its important religious significance for Muslim women especially the married ones, the veil (Mayafi) is also increasingly...
Ramadan

Ramadan: time to regain divine-consciousness

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A GNA Feature by Hafsa Obeng/Samira Yakubu Ramadan is considered one of the holiest months of the year for Muslims. It is the month in...
Mapping Africa

YPSA presents new hope in ending bloody, intractable conflicts in Africa

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A GNA Feature by Jesse Owusu Ampah The Youth for Peace and Security Africa (YPSA) is presenting new hope in ending bloody and intractable conflicts...
Ramps Fuel

The Misuse of ‘Car Ramps,’ ignorance or science, a case of fuel stations

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GNA Feature by Maxwell Awumah Growing up with the knowledge of not pointing one’s finger towards the cemetery and its remedial action of having...
Pooling samples boosts Ghana’s COVID-19 testing

Ghanaian beaches sing the tale of isolation

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A GNA feature by Alexander Nyarko Yeboah The waves of the sea roar endlessly with its waters smashing against the lonely sandy beach christened the...
Deforestation

Deforestation-Who bears the brunt

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GNA Feature by Fatima Anafu-Astanga Local community participation in forestry management and the availability of forests user rights in Ghana, supported by legal and political...
Easter Monday

2021 Easter Monday amid COVID-19 and ban on social gatherings

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A GNA Feature by Eunice Hilda Ampomah Easter Monday is the Monday after Easter Sunday and it is observed as a Public Holiday in many...

How delicate is fluoride to the teeth? A Conversation with a Dentist

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A GNA feature by Ivy Yemoteley Anum, The teeth of every person remain one of their natural valuables not only for eating but as a...
Recruitment Scam

Recruitment scam syndicates: the price to pay

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A GNA feature by Alexander Nyarko Yeboah The premises of the Tema Regional office of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) was recently thronged, mostly by...
Africa World Airlines

Tourism industry bets to sustain air traffic to Ho

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A GNA feature by Samuel Akumatey The tourism industry in the Volta Region will become a key component of the business case for the Ho...
Adinkra symbols

Symbols of Wisdom: Adinkra symbols gaining popularity in 21st century communication designs

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GNA Feature by Kwabia Owusu-Mensah/Dominic Antwi Agyei Adinkra, Ghana’s hand-made traditional communication symbols are gradually, but firmly gaining roots in the 21st century communication designs...
Optometry Day

The critical role of optometrists to the wellbeing of humanity

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A GNA Feature by Dr Kwame Yeboah Junior/Dr Enyam Morny The world marks International Optometry Day on March 23, annually. The optometry profession plays a...
defilement

Defiling the poor and injustices involved, the plight of four-year old Cindy

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A GNA Feature by Eunice Hilda Ampomah, GNA Defilement and rape, though still an anomaly and criminal in Ghana’s law, is still fertilized by...
CoST Sekondi-Takoradi

CoST Sekondi-Takoradi makes progress on proactive and reactive disclosures

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A GNA feature by Mildred Siabi-Mensah National and sub-national government bodies across the world recognize that in order to avoid a crisis of trust and...
Tema Sewer System

Tema Sewer System: Ambitious project to address predicament

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A GNA Feature by James Amoh Junior It was jubilation galore as scores of residents of Tema, danced to the blurring sounds from mounted speakers...