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GMO: Why Is Support And Blogs About It

At the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center in Seattle, an exhibit pairs the reasons the foundation chooses not to fund alternative energy research with the reasons it funds crop biotechnology. A screen displays Bill Gates talking to the camera about how, together with improved farming techniques, genetically modified seeds can help small farmers […]

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GMO: Why Is Support And Blogs About It

At the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center in Seattle, an exhibit pairs the reasons the foundation chooses not to fund alternative energy research with the reasons it funds crop biotechnology. A screen displays Bill Gates talking to the camera about how, together with improved farming techniques, genetically modified seeds can help small farmers […]

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GHANA: Increase Price of Beer To Finance Education -GES Director

The Northern Regional Director of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Alhaji Mohammed Haroon “Cambodia” has suggested to government to impose at least One Ghana Cedi (GHC1.00) Levy on every bottle of beer consumed to generate more revenue for the development of education in the underdeveloped regions of Ghana. According to Alhaji Cambodia, it is estimated […]

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GHANA:Situational Report On Polling Day Observation

The Coalition of Domestic Election Observers (CODEO) has deployed 700 trained, accredited,non-partisan rapid response observers to observe the District Level Elections (DLE). Of this number, 500 are Stationary Observers assigned to 500 randomly selected polling stations in 86 districts located in the 10 regions of Ghana. The remaining 200 are conducting roaming observation within these […]

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I Am a Northerner

I am a northerner. And that is a shame, but please don’t blame me, blame God. He made me a northerner and didn’t practice democracy when he did so. Perhaps there was a conference in heaven (or wherever babies come from) in which parents choose their children. Blame my parents and not me, I don’t […]

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I Am a Northerner

I am a northerner. And that is a shame, but please don’t blame me, blame God. He made me a northerner and didn’t practice democracy when he did so. Perhaps there was a conference in heaven (or wherever babies come from) in which parents choose their children. Blame my parents and not me, I don’t […]

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TANZANIA:Technology For Development: Skiing On A Grass Slope?

When world leaders at a United Nations conference agreed last month in Addis Ababa on how to finance international development over the next 15 years, the news made scant headlines. Fundamental questions remain regarding how the international community will achieve the new sustainable development goals, which will be formally adopted by the United Nations in September. […]

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TANZANIA:Technology For Development: Skiing On A Grass Slope?

When world leaders at a United Nations conference agreed last month in Addis Ababa on how to finance international development over the next 15 years, the news made scant headlines. Fundamental questions remain regarding how the international community will achieve the new sustainable development goals, which will be formally adopted by the United Nations in September. […]

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NIGERIA: The Rise of Humanitarian Crises In N/E Nigeria Is Worrisome – UN

With over 1.5 million displaced, 800,000 of whom are children, and continuously escalating violence in northeastern Nigeria, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon described the humanitarian situation as “particularly worrying” during a visit to the country. Speaking at a press conference on Aug. 24 following a meeting with newly-elected Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, Ban expressed concern […]

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KUMBUNGU : NGO Supports Chanshegu Pupils

  A Non Governmental Organization called the Nor Foundation has presented a large quantity of learning materials to 44 needy but brilliant pupils in the Chanshegu community of the Kumbungu district in the Northern Region. The founder, Nura Mohammed who has dual citizenship in Ghana and Benin said the intervention sought to encourage the beneficiaries […]

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