Ghana and other west African cocoa growing countries must harness their combined bargaining strength to address the challenges plaguing cocoa farming.
Incorporating Akan folklore in the curriculum will promote quality and lifelong education in Ghana.
Suicide in Ghana is regarded as taboo for most families.
School meals should strive to provide nutritious diets by serving diverse, safe, palatable, and locally available foods.
Gender plays a major role in how mourning is done by the Akan ethnic group of Ghana
Ghanaians measure the quality of education by examination scores.
International career mobility can give people valuable knowledge and expertise to be used in their home country.
Economic infrastructure that affects several African countries runs through Niger.
COVID-19-related support only reduced the negative impact of the pandemic on financial capital, and not on the other forms of capital
The outcomes of increased financial inclusion in Ghana have been mixed
With modern borders drawn up by colonial powers, some African governments have turned to religion to try to forge national unity since independence.
Ghana’s public health insurance scheme was designed to provide basic care for all. But in reality those who would rather pay upfront than enrol get better treatment.
Digital tax filing can improve accuracy and timeliness but it doesn’t always translate into higher tax revenue.
The sickle cell disease burden in west Africa is among the highest in the world.
Ghana’s housing deficit needs immediate attention.
The borderless nature of cyberspace presents particular challenges for African states used to controlling activities in their territory.
The city of Accra has no plan to tackle pedestrians’ behaviour.
Ghana is a signatory to several international conventions that oblige it to guarantee the right to life.
Fermented foods are a key component of west African cuisine. Making them safer for consumption should be a priority.
Ghana’s implementation of key population policies has not been consistent.