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11th Community Based organizations festival underway in Tamale

11th Community Based organizations festival underway in Tamale

Community Based Organizations (CBOs) representatives drawn various communities in the Northern Region are participating in a two day festival of ideas and knowledge sharing in Tamale. The CBOs Network which has been in existence for some 11 year under the Ghana Developing Communities Associations, meet annually to share community experiences, enhance their capacity building processes, […]

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Government to invest more in agriculture for rapid development of the country says Minister of State

Government to invest more in agriculture for rapid development of the country says Minister of State

A Minister of State in Charge of Agriculture, Dr. Gyile Nurah has said agriculture holds the fortunes of Ghana’s economic growth hence government would increase investment in the sector. According to him job creation and sustained food security were the positives to be derived from the agricultural sector. Government, he added is therefore focusing on […]

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Minority leader hands over fully equipped Community based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) compound to residents of Gbambaya

The Member of Parliament for Tamale south Lawyer Haruna Iddrisu has handed over a fully equipped Community based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) compound to the Chiefs and people of Gbambaya in the Nyohani South electoral area of the Tamale metropolis. The health facility constructed with a cost of 228,000 Ghana cedes is expected to […]

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Stakeholders sensitized on project that would transform agriculture in the Savanna zone.

Stakeholders sensitized on project that would transform agriculture in the Savanna zone.

Stakeholders in the agricultural sector including farmers in the Tolon district of the Northern Region have been taken through a sensitization on the Savanna Zone Agricultural Productivity Improvement Project (SAPIP). The meeting was to discuss; create understanding on the project and also to examine the various roles the stakeholders would play in the project implementation […]

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Youth Leadership Parliament offers free complementary Extra classes for SHS students in Tamale awaiting their turn under the Double Track system.

Youth Leadership Parliament offers free complementary Extra classes for SHS students in Tamale awaiting their turn under the Double Track system.

The Northern Regional chapter of the Youth Leadership Parliament has launched a free senior high school complement project in Tamale. The project, targets first year Senior high students with the gold track who are at home waiting to take their turn when the green track is on break. The beneficiaries receive free tuition in core […]

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