0 comments Jul 132012

Abu Mubarik

 Kids wearing Batagari

The smock industry unlike the kente industry has been sidelined for long. Governments have come and gone but there seems to be no deliberate policy to project the industry.

The industry has witnessed some low patronage over the years and weavers can no longer be expected to hold their …

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0 comments Jul 112012

by Nana Yaw Ofosu

Northern Ghana is not by default a less developed area. Its people have played pivotal roles in trade in the past prior to Ghana becoming a nation. The prevailing conditions in the northern, upper east and west regions: few formal jobs, scanty excellent schools, low level of access to …

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0 comments Jul 052012

Abeadze, Central Region

1 July, 2012. 

Nana Aba Jyanoah, Queen mother of the Abeadze Traditional Area in the Central Region of Ghana, has called on members of her community and Ghanaians in general to strive to ensure that there is peace during and after the 7 December polls.

Speaking at her residence in …

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0 comments Jun 142012

Post by Kwabena Akuamoah-Boateng

Have you ever heard of the President’s Forum for Young African Leaders? In August 2010, President Obama convened a three-day conference with more than 100 young leaders from a cross section of African life to examine how they see Africa’s future over the next half century, and to help craft innovative solutions to …

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0 comments Jun 092012

Title of position

Project Assistant

Reports to

Project Manager

Works On

Ghana Decides – BloGh’s Elections 2012 Project 

Job Summary

Event planning responsibilities for the Ghana Decides project. The project assistant will play a key role in organising Ghana Decides workshops and engagements between project team, youth groups, CSOs, IGIs and the general public. He/she will …

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0 comments Jun 082012

Ghana Decides, a STAR-Ghana funded Blogging Ghana Elections Project on Friday organised a day’s social media training workshop in the Volta Region, on the pros and cons of social media.

It attracted 30 participants who were exposed to the basics of utilising social media tools such as Facebook, Twitter, Blogger, Google+, YouTube and Linkedin.

Mr Kwabena Boateng, …

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0 comments Jun 082012

At the beginning of May, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration issued a release to the Ghanaian media, which sought to underscore the sector-Ministry’s continued engagement with African integration initiatives, such as those of ECOWAS and the African Union, which will be celebrating its tenth anniversary this September.

One of the objectives of the …

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0 comments Jun 082012

Ghana Decides has held a social working group meeting with Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) at Hotel Stevens in Ho in the Volta region of Ghana. The working group meeting which took place on 24 May, 2012, was to introduce the groups to available social media platforms and how they can use …

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0 comments May 302012

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A leading member of the CPP, Professor Agyemang Badu Akosa, recently described Dr Nduom as “a mole in the CPP … whose actions undermined …

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0 comments May 302012

By E.K.Bensah Jr

At the beginning of May, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration issued a release to the Ghanaian media, which sought to underscore the sector-Ministry’s continued engagement with African integration initiatives, such as those of ECOWAS and the African Union, which will be celebrating its tenth anniversary this September.

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