Children are most vulnerable to aflatoxin

Accra� Ghanaian children are susceptible to aflatoxin, a harmful toxin produced by fungi that are commonly found in cereals such as rice, maize, millet, and groundnut, which are staples often used to feed them.

The …

Ghana to host Africa Climate Week in March 2019

Katowice, Poland – Ghana will in March 2019, host the Africa Climate Week, dubbed, Climate Action in Africa: Navigating Change and Exploring Opportunities.

The United Nations Climate Change and collaborating partners would partner the West …

First Lady mobilises community support for girls’ empowerment

Accra� The First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo has called for the local communities to get actively involved in efforts at helping to educate adolescent girls both in the formal and informal sectors to enable them …

WASH stakeholders urged to change system design

Accra- Dr Gilbert Buckle, a Public Health Physician and Health Systems Consultant, has urged the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) stakeholders to change the design of the system to find lasting solutions to address the …

Road Safety Committee launches accident-free yuletide campaign

Nsuta (W/R)- The Municipal Road Safety Committee under the TarkwaNsuaem Assembly has launched a campaign to ensure accident- free yuletide.

From January to date, 136 accident cases had been recorded in the Municipality with 32 …