The IMF sends its staff on two types of mission to member countries: to assess the state of the country’s macro economy or to assess the need for financial support.
Fatal road injuries are among the top 10 causes of death in Ghana.
Studying local Africans’ contributions to the abolition of slavery provides a fuller understanding of its history.
Ghana’s power sector is mired in debt and excess production.
The chances of surviving Marburg are improved if there’s early supportive care with rehydration and symptomatic treatment.
Cowpea is an important crop in Ghana. What will a genetically modified version mean for the country’s farmers?
Of the 20 million people living with sickle cell disease globally, more than 66% are in sub-Saharan Africa.
There is a need for better innovations and policies to help improve the fisheries sector in this region.
In urbanising communities in sub-Saharan Africa, women cooking primarily with charcoal and wood had approximately 50% higher odds of likely depression than those cooking with gas.
Being gay in Africa can pose culturally specific challenges which the dominant, heterosexual culture may find difficult to accept.
A return to debt sustainability will create room for African policy makers to stave off risks to the post-pandemic recovery.
African states and their development partners must protect ECOWAS regional integration efforts.
Ghana’s civil society has contributed to taming the power of a strong state.
The decolonisation process was to take place rapidly during the reign of Elizabeth II.
Accra has become susceptible to floods due to encroachment on wetlands.
The 2012-2015 power crisis was the most intense, protracted and severe in the history of Ghana.
Ensuring the participation of ordinary citizens and producers in the industry is the big challenge facing African states.
There are a number of reasons why Ghana’s domestic borrowing is more expensive than foreign debt.
The Afrobeat star used music to promote and preserve his Yoruba culture - while entertaining diverse global influences.
Obese persons are regularly associated with laziness and inactivity in Ghanaian society.