Daily Archives: August 28, 2020

Policy analyst calls on government to improve access to tertiary institutions

– Government has been urged to partner closely with private tertiary institutions and devise realistic strategies to enhance access to tertiary institutions, as the first batch of students of the free Senior High School (SHS) programme completes.         Mr Enoch Okonah, the President of the DUMAT Africa, a policy think tank who

NCCE intensifies education on COVID-19 in 24 communities of Dormaa East

– Twenty-four (24) communities in the Dormaa East District of the Bono Region have benefited from a COVID-19 public awareness sensitisation and campaign programme.         This would educate citizens about the existence of the disease and cause behavioural and attitudinal change among the populace to check spread and infections.   The programme

Students start enjoying one hot meal in New Juaben South

– The first delegate’s conference of the National Catechists/Evangelists Union of the Evangelical Presbyterian church, Ghana opened at the Akatsi College of Education in the Akatsi South District of the Volta Region.         The three-day conference, which was on the theme “Improving our gains as stewards through selflessness, integrity and effective stewardship,”

Use Virtual environment to develop Ghana’s Human Resource – MP

– Mr Moses Anim, Member of Parliament (MP) for Trobu Constituency has said the most valuable asset that a country could possess is through the development of its human resources base.         Mr Anim has therefore encouraged the use of virtual environment or situations to develop the country’s human resource base.  

School authorities urged to monitor feeding of JHS students

  Ho Madam Rejoice Afi Agyagbo, Volta Regional Coordinator of Ghana School Feeding Programme (GSFP), has appealed to school authorities to supervise the feeding of final year students in Junior High Schools to ensure the safety of the children.         The advice follows the incident involving some 21 students from four schools