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Innovative wood and furniture testing centre opens in Ghana

By Juan Pablo Davila | UNIDO | 6 FEB  2018| ACCRA, 6 February – An innovative, new wood and furniture testing centre in Ghana was officially commissioned today by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) with support from the Government of Switzerland through the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO). Located at the Council …

INDESEEM Welcomes a Team of Specialists

We are pleased to welcome Lawrence Morris, Aaron Lawson, and Raphael Darko to our team. They have decided to join our team of Technical Specialists with multidisciplinary skills, expertise, and experiences. They bring to INDESEEM over 37 years combined experiences in the fields of governance and diplomacy, regional and rural development, agricultural development, community planning …

Regional Workshop Held On Sustainable Oil Palm Production

Organised by Proforest, which is leading the Initiative on behalf of Tropical Forest Alliance (TFA) 2020, the workshop was held in collaboration with the Government through the Ministry of Food and Agriculture. The workshop, the first of its kind would help plan the regional initiative process leading towards signing a regional Accord at the Ministerial …

National Security to investigate Ghanaian ISIS recruits

National Security to investigate Ghanaian ISIS recruits By Admin – Aug 25, 2015   The National Security has begun investigations into reports that a Ghanaian Muslim has joined the Islamic militant group Isis. Nazir Nortei Nazir Nortei Alema, a 25-year- old graduate of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), according to the Daily …

Ada farmers appeal for drip irrigation system

By News Ghana – Feb 6, 2015 Small holder farmers in and around Ada Afiadenyigba, a community near Ada have appealed to the Ghana Irrigation Development Authority and the Ada West District Assembly to consider developing a drip irrigation system as way of helping them continue with the farming activities especially during the dry season. Our farming …

The Ebola Paradox: How the “West” downplayed the outbreak and now wants to outplay it?

Source: D. Faget/AFP/Getty Images Personally, it continues to be disheartening to read reports and news from the epicenter of the ebola outbreak in Western Africa. The entire ebola fiasco keeps my blood running up the hill as a global citizen and concern parent who is going to co-parent his children in this confused world where …

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