Articles about Ghana from SocioLingo Africa

New Study Shows Undernutrition Taking a Huge Toll on Ghana’s Economy

The economy of Ghana is losing some GHC4.6 billion (US$2.6 billion, or 6.4 percent of GDP) a year to the effects of child undernutrition, according to a new study launched today in the capital. The Cost of Hunger in Africa: the Social and Economic Impact of Child Undernutrition on Ghana’s Long-Term Development (COHA) shows vast […]

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USAID and Ghana Health Service Launch Refreshed “Good Life, Live It Well” Campaign

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Ministry of Health, and the Ghana Health Service launched the refreshed “Good Life, Live it Well” campaign on July 28 at the National Theatre. The “Good Life, Live It Well” campaign will serve as the overarching Ghana Health Service brand and will promote positive health behaviors […]

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Ghana – Media Invitation – Right to be Free

Right to be Free, in collaboration with Free the Slaves and the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, announces the organization of a symposium aimed at increasing public awareness on the nature and scope of child trafficking in Ghana. It would seek to develop a common understanding of the role of government institutions, civil […]

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The Alliance Francaise of Accra and Unicef Officially Launch ‘Let’s Talk Sh*T’, a Programme to Support the Elimination of Open Defecation

The engagement of artists in addressing issues pertaining to open defecation through visual arts was launched today at the Alliance Française of Accra. Mr. Kweku Quansah, Director of the Environmental Health and Sanitation Directorate of the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development (MoLG) launched the event, in the presence of more than 50 artists […]

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