IN recent times, many countries are discovering a wide range of natural resources, including oil and gas.
These discoveries have been met with great expectations such as the promise of regional development, growth in Gross Domestic Product (GDP), as well as improvement of standard of living of the average citizen.
By Ama KUDOM-AGYEMANG
THESE days, when you travel on the Accra-Kumasi highway, you will not fail to notice what has become of the once clear and steadily flowing rivers that beautified the roadside scenery.
By Sammy DARKO, Accra
HOW did this just happen? Unusual, unexpected, strange, weird, unprecedented and now bizarre are but few of the words used by mainstream media to describe a bitter election that has produced Donald Trump, 45th President of the United States of America.
IN 2013, ActionAid started the Agro-Ecology and Resilience (AER) project in The Gambia and Senegal to enhance the livelihoods of people living in poverty and strengthen vulnerable communities. These communities had been devastated by the prolonged drought and famine that besieged the Sahel region in 2010.
By Ama Kudom-Agyemang
SOME of Africa’s leading scientists have called for, “a new breed of African scientists to champion a scientific revolution, which will facilitate the continent’s development in a rapidly evolving world of science”.
By Angela Kafui AMENYO, a Freelance Journalist
ONCE upon a time, on one cold morning in Denver, Colorado, in the United States of America, I accompanied my aunty to her caregiving job where I met and had a life-changing experience with an aged couple between the ages of 80 and 85 and for the sake of privacy in this article, I will refer to them as Mr. and Mrs. Rivers.
POTILICAL party manifestos, the key policy intentions of political parties in an election, have become a key feature of Ghana’s democratic process since the reintroduction of democratic governance in 1992.
ON Tuesday, 1st November, 2016, ActionAid International and members of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) engaged in a high-level leadership discussion at the offices of the ECA in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
By Ama Kudom-Agyemang
ON-GOING research on the Pod Borer Resistant (PBR) Cowpea (popularly known as black eye beans) has progressed significantly at the Savannah Agricultural Research Institute (SARI) of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) at Nyankpla, near Tamale.