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France has pledged to support Africa’s economic development with 20 billion euros over the next five years.Consequently, France has decided to set up a France-Africa Foundation to provide technical assistance, strategies and plans for assisting Africa's economic development, including financial support. Read more...
Mentally-challenged people on the country's streets will soon be rounded up for treatment before they are reintegrated into society.Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies will bear the cost of caring for mental patients in their respective areas under a special exercise.Chief Psychiatrist, Dr. Akwasi Osei, explained that under the Mental Health Law, MMDAs are required to allocate funds to rid the streets of mental patients who pose a danger to the public. Read more...
Agriculture would for the foreseeable future remain the centre of economic development and general prosperity of the country, Dr Adams Nuhu, Awutu Senya East Municipal Chief Executive, has said.According him, government’s commitment to modernising agriculture by the introduction of various interventions is to ensure sustainable growth to save the country from overlying on oil as the main source of revenue for development.
Dr Nuhu was addressing farmers Day at Opeiman in the Municipality on the theme: “Reducing Post-harvest losses for sustainable food security and nutrition.” Read more...
President John Dramani Mahama has stressed that for African countries with fledgling democracies to safeguard their status "then we must invest in security and safety for the continent".Speaking at a session of the two-day Elysee Summit on Peace and Security in Paris, France, President Mahama reiterated his position that the continent cannot take advantage of the conditions it has created for growth and prosperity in "an environment of maritime piracy, terrorism, rebel activities, drug and human trafficking."
Former President John Agyekum Kufuor, who turns 75 years today (Sunday), says good leadership doesn’t drop from the skies like a fruit falls from a tree.“People don’t tend to see that leadership doesn’t drop from a tree like, say, a ripe fruit”, Kufuor told Charles Sam, Host of One Nation on Radio XYZ Friday. Read more...
The United Nations has challenged Ghanaian authorities to focus on addressing the root causes of slavery and Child labour in the country.This is part of recommendations made by the Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of slavery, Gulnara Shahinian following her recent visit to Ghana.She had observed that children, some as young as four years, continue to be sent on fishing expeditions to do some of the most dangerous works.They are deprived of education and are not paid what they are due from the work they do.She blamed the persistence of the practice on poverty, regional disparities, urging that the country must begin to focus on education and health delivery to its citizenry.Bright Appiah who is with the Civil Society group, Child Rights International agrees largely with the comments by Shahinian.While admitting that efforts are being made to resolve the challenges, he was quick to add these interventions provide support during emergencies rather than dealing holistically with the problem.He also suggested that the root causes of the child labour and trafficking must be ascertained and dealt with thoroughly. Read more...