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North East: PARDA call on Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection to end Gender-Based violence in Ghana.

In Ghana, many women have encountered sexual harassment. One in three has faced physical or sexual violence, mostly perpetrated by intimate partners. Violence against women and girls stands as one of the most widespread and systematic human rights violations globally, and Ghana is no exception. Incidence of gender-based violence is …

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A/R: Health Systems Innovation Project Launched in Kumasi to Tackle Maternal Mortality.

In a significant stride towards enhancing healthcare in the Ashanti Region, the Health Systems Innovation Project was officially launched on November 29, 2023, in Kumasi, the regional capital. The initiative, spearheaded by the Ashanti Regional Health Directorate, is set to revolutionize health systems, particularly in the realm of Reproductive, Maternal, …

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Mortuary Workers Call Off Intended Strike

The Mortuary Workers Association of Ghana (MOWAG) has called off its intended strike following a meeting with the National Labour Commission (NLC) on Wednesday, November 29, 2023, to address concerns about their conditions of service. The strike, initiated by the Mortuary Workers on Tuesday, was prompted by unresolved issues related …

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A/R: 17th HASAAG Annual General Congress 2023 held.

The 17th Health Accounting Staff Association of Ghana (HASAAG) Annual General Congress concluded successfully in Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region, with a compelling focus on “Enhancing resource mobilization and financial accountability in the health sector amidst current economic challenges.” The congress served as a platform for accountability, reflection, …

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A/R: “Kumasi’s Environmental Revolution: ‘Keep Kumasi Clean; Let’s Recycle’ Project Takes Center Stage”

In a remarkable display of international cooperation, the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) has joined hands with the European Union, Spain, and the City of Priar in Cape Verde to launch the “Keep Kumasi Clean; Let’s Recycle” Project. The ambitious initiative is a testament to the commitment of these partners in …

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