By Vicky T. OKINE
(Executive Director, Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights)
WHEN a young woman or girl in Ghana needs medical help or advice on family planning she faces a number of obstacles.
By Anny OSABUTEY, PRAMPRAM
Dear Babies in Nana Addo’sGovt,
I TRUST that you are gloating in this long awaited electoral victory. It is your right. You worked for it and duly deserve to celebrate; nobody will hold that back from you. But just some few lines for you to consider as you look forward to “positions” in the government; be they at the office of the presidency or ministries, etc.
I DID not have the benefit of listening to your press conference held on Friday, 25 November 2016, but I have read the reportage as captured on Ghanaweb the same day and, to tell you the truth, I was not amazed.
THE 2016 presidential and parliamentary elections are almost here with us – indeed, just some 24 hours away. This year’s polls will be the 7th general elections in the Fourth Republic of Ghana since the promulgation of the 1992 Constitution.
By H. Kwasi PREMPEH
. The Bawumia factor in the 2016 Elections: Why it presents a mortal threat to the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) and an opportunity to transform the basis of party politics in Ghana
THE Christian faith is interspersed with denominations, sects and branches. It has become this way as a result of the proliferation of divergent doctrines and beliefs that infiltrated the ranks of true believers causing division and extremism in the Christendom.
By Godwill ARTHUR-MENSAH, GNA
THE discovery of crude oil in commercial quantities in Ghana in 2007 and subsequent production of the commodity in 2010 initially brought joy and high expectations from Ghanaians, especially the residents of the Western Region.
BEFORE I arrived in Ghana, my opinion of the Witch Camps was that they were in extremely rural areas, and existed in the north because that is where the smaller villages are where people have less education and exposure to the outside world.
By Ama KUDOM-AGYEMANG
WHEN it comes to the adoption of biotechnology in Ghana, the national position has been established in the science and technology policies. The first policy (2000) highlighted biotechnology as one of the tools to assist increase agricultural productivity, agro-processing and industrial delivery. While the second policy (2010) highlights biotechnology as one of the technologies to be used to promote agriculture, health and industry.