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Ghana’s quest to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and, specifically target Seven ‘A’, could only be achieved through a concerted effort between the government and key stakeholders.
The MDG seven focuses on ensuring environmental sustainability with a specific target of increasing the proportion of land covered by forest.
Mr K. Edem Senanu, National Project Coordinator of the UNDP and Africa 2000 Network – Sustainable Rural Livelihoods…Continue
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Mr George Scott, Chief Director of Ministry of Environment Science and Technology (MEST) has said a sustainable socio-economic development could be achieved if the nation's environmental resources were protected.
"We need all hands on deck to deal with the nation's…Continue
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Ibrahim Isaka, 12, is the first child of a family of five and hails from Katanga, a community in the Central Gonja District of the Northern Region.
The parents of Ibrahim are Mr Abudullah Isaka, a farmer and Madam Hafsa Mumuni a fish monger while his siblings attend basic school.
The ambition of Ibrahim is to become a public health officer to help fight the many diseases at Katanga.
However, his hope of rising from the junior high school to the…Continue
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A feature by Albert Oppong- Ansah
It was the Thursday evening of May 23 1991 when Agya Yaw Nkrumah who was stuck in his sick bed, called his two children to offer them the orientation of their lifetime.
The 86-year- old man told his curious children: “My kids! Lend me your ears; throughout my life, what has made me who I am today is that I heeded the advice passed on to me by my father.”
“It is always the best to ‘Make Hey Whiles the Sun Shines’,” was exactly what my late Dad…
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