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GaDangme Europe contributes to the revival of the GaDangme Culture and Language with its newly initiated project

GaDangme Europe contributes to the revival of the GaDangme Culture and Language with its newly initiated project It´s been a year now since GaDangme Europe an umbrella association in Europe evolved its latest educational project under the slogan “Mɛni Ole” in English “What do you know?” This project is set up in form of a quiz purposely meant to promote …

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Education development requires multi-sectorial approach-Minister

Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, Minister of Education, says a multi –sectoral approach is needed to improve the national economy through the development of the education. Dr Adutwum explained that, if all sectors put in the right effort towards the transformation of the economy through education, it would be much easier winning the war against poverty, leading to improved standard of …

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TMA invests in educational infrastructure

The Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA) says it has invested in educational infrastructure to enhance teaching and learning in the institutions in Tema. The infrastructure investment, which seeks to add to the already existing structures comprises fence walls, a library situated inside the Kwame Nkrumah Park, a dormitory facility at Manyhian and recreational centres across all the government schools within the …

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Okyenhene urges students to develop entrepreneurial skills

Accra, May 01, GNA – Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin, the Okyenhene, has urged students to shift focus from non-existing public sector jobs and apply innovation and creativity to start and grow their own small and medium enterprises (SMEs). “The easiest way to create a business is to identify a problem near you and begin to think of providing a solution. …

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We oppose ADB/NIB merger – ADB Staff Unions

The Professional and Managerial Staff Union (PMSU) of the Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) said it opposes the proposed merger of the Bank with the National Investment Bank (NIB). The PMSU said the ADB was strong and had the muscle and all the human resource capital it required to stand alone and to run the Bank to make profit and ensure …

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BUILSA SOUTH JHS DEMONSTRATION

J.H.S. GBEKƐBII YƐ BUILSA SOUTH ETSWALA GLANSII TSƐNSI J.H.S. GBEKƐBII YƐ BUILSA SOUTH ETSWALA GLANSII TSƐNSI Junior High School gbekɛbii komɛi yɛ Dognibga yɛ Builsa South ni yɔɔ Kooyi Boka Kpokpaanɔ etswala glansi tsɛnsi kɛ kpa amɛ kutsoɛmliŋ. Yɛ amɛ shifoo’ɛ mliŋɛ amɛ bi ni onukpai ateshi awo jɛmɛ maŋtsɛ bi ni etsɔ ŋaa gbɛ nɔ eya ju awula ko …

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GOODWILL MESSAGE BY THE GBORBU WULOMO SHITSE – OVERLORD OF THE GADANGME STATE TO THE 2017 BASIC EDUCATION CERTIFICATE EXAMINATIONS CANDIDATES

GOODWILL MESSAGE BY THE GBORBU WULOMO SHITSE – OVERLORD OF THE GADANGME STATE TO THE 2017 BASIC EDUCATION CERTIFICATE EXAMINATIONS CANDIDATES Education is key to the development of a nation. The education ladder is a no mean one and needs astuteness and tenacity to climb. As you write your Basic Education Certificate Examination which is aimed at catapulting you to …

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Place emphasis on open university system to enhance access to education

A former vice chancellor of the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA), Professor Joshua Alabi, has urged policy makers in education to place emphasis on open university system as a measure to enhance access to tertiary education. He said the current traditional means of admitting students based on a high-profile grading system denied many of them the opportunity to access …

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Education Ministry to employ 2,500 teachers

The Ministry of Finance (MOF) has given the Ministry of Education (MOE) clearance to employ 2,500 teachers to fill a teacher deficit in mathematics and science in pre-tertiary institutions. This was announced by the Deputy Minister of Education in charge of Tertiary, Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, at a meeting of regional executive members of the National Service Personnel Association (NASPA) …

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Promoting Education Programmes For Healthier Lifestyles In Central And West Africa, CSV In Action

Schoolboy Otniel Djedje (pictured third from left in blue) is now learning about healthy lifestyles after we launched the Nestlé Healthy Kids Programme in Côte d’Ivoire. Eight-year-old Otniel is one of 82,000 children across Central and West Africa who are taking part in our programme that aims to enhance healthy eating, good hygiene and physical activity. These classroom-based lessons are …

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