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TaMA AND UNICEF LAUNCH SOCIAL NORMS CAMPAIGN IN SCHOOLS TO HELP DEAL WITH OPEN DEFECATION IN TAMALE

TaMA AND UNICEF LAUNCH SOCIAL NORMS CAMPAIGN IN SCHOOLS TO HELP DEAL WITH OPEN DEFECATION IN TAMALE

The Tamale Metropolitan Assembly in collaboration with the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has launched social Norms campaign in schools in the metropolis. The campaign is part efforts to end open defecation and also improve sanitation in Tamale. Addressing the staffs and pupils at ST, Joseph school in the metropolis, on Monday which also marked World […]

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UDS TO ESTABLISH BUSINESS INVESTMENT CENTER

UDS TO ESTABLISH BUSINESS INVESTMENT CENTER

The Vice-Chancellor of the University for Development Studies (UDS), Professor Gabriel Ayum Teye, has announced the university’s intention to establish a Business Investment Centre (BIC) to support people with business innovation to help carry out pre-incubation, incubation and accelerated services.     He said the BIC, which would soon be inaugurated, was to help bridge the gap between […]

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SCORE CARD ON QUALITY HEALTH DELIVERY, RATES THREE PUBLIC HEALTH INSTITUTIONS IN TAMALE POORLY.

SCORE CARD ON QUALITY HEALTH DELIVERY, RATES THREE PUBLIC HEALTH INSTITUTIONS IN TAMALE POORLY.

Some clients have complained that staff of the Tamale Teaching Hospital (TTH) demand unauthorized payments from them, which tend to increase the cost of health care delivery. The clients, who raised the allegations on five broad themes including effectiveness of payment system for patients, availability and accessibility of medicine/service to patients, affordability of medicines/health services […]

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MOTI ENGAGES STAKEHOLDERS IN TAMALE ON THE MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES DRAFT POLICY.

MOTI ENGAGES STAKEHOLDERS IN TAMALE ON THE MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES DRAFT POLICY.

Formalizing the informal sector and developing basic infrastructure are among reasons why government is developing a national policy to handle all related activities within the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in Ghana. The policy which is in its draft form at the moment would enable government to embark on an industrial transformation agenda that […]

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GOVERNMENT TO PURSUE PRUDENT MACROECONOMIC POLICIES FOR A STABLE ENVIRONMENT, SAYS FINANCE MINISTER AS HE PRESENTS 2019 BUDGET.

GOVERNMENT TO PURSUE PRUDENT MACROECONOMIC POLICIES FOR A STABLE ENVIRONMENT, SAYS FINANCE MINISTER AS HE PRESENTS 2019 BUDGET.

Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta has said government will continue to pursue prudent macroeconomic policies for a stable environment that will lead to expanded economic opportunities for job creation, growth and development. He indicated that, government in accordance with the Public Financial Management Act, 2016 (Act 921) will pursue growth objectives policies without compromising fiscal […]

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TAMALE INTERCHANGE AND PHASE TWO OF AIRPORT EXPANSION ARE AMONG INFRASTRUCTURAL PROJECTS CAPTURED IN GOVERNMENT’S 2019 BUDGET.

TAMALE INTERCHANGE AND PHASE TWO OF AIRPORT EXPANSION ARE AMONG INFRASTRUCTURAL PROJECTS CAPTURED IN GOVERNMENT’S 2019 BUDGET.

The Tamale interchange project, Nalerigu-Bunkpurugu, Tamale-Salaga-Bimbilla, Yendi- Tatale, Karaga-Gushegu and the Wulugu-Kpasenpke-Wa roads are some major infrastructural projects expected to be commenced in the Northern region in 2019. According to the finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta, government recognizes infrastructural development as the backbone of economic development and growth as well as sources of jobs and […]

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DEPUTY IGP CALLS FOR MORE PROFESSIONALISM FROM POLICE PERSONNEL IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ILLICIT DRUG TRADE

DEPUTY IGP CALLS FOR MORE PROFESSIONALISM FROM POLICE PERSONNEL IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ILLICIT DRUG TRADE

The Deputy Inspector General of Police, COP. James Oppong Boanuh has admonished police personnel across the country to exhibit fairness, firmness and professionalism in the fight against illicit drugs trafficking. He said the fight against illicit drugs is more challenging and difficult, hence demanded a high sense of professionalism among security personal to with the […]

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