The public bears the suffering and costs of the global epidemic of noncommunicable diseases, and the rapidly accelerating climate emergency.
Domestic resource mobilisation cannot be achieved by over-taxing the livelihoods of the most vulnerable workers in the informal sector.
Ghanaian traditional gender norms are the main barrier to Ghanaian women pursuing academic careers.
The effect of climate change on established lifestyles of farming communities are varied
Globally, visiting religious destinations and sites for pilgrimage by religious faithful and tourists has gained recognition.
Mental health still carries significant stigma in Ghana.
Hosting migrants isn’t only motivated by humanitarian reasons. In Germany immigration provides solutions to demographic and economic problems.
It’s time to get more Ghanaians interested in this fascinating, important aspect of science.
Vehicle import restrictions on their own are unlikely to yield meaningful, sustained public health and environmental gains in Africa.
The pressure on Tanzanian students to rank higher has encouraged unhealthy competition among schools
The two West African countries can help each other avert flooding disasters.
Accra could keep its political role while some of its other functions are distributed around the country.
Ghana’s finance ministry is struggling to build consensus on the country’s debt burden.
The recurrent bickering and fragmentation within the Nkrumahist parties raises doubt as to whether they can rise to the call by Ghanaian electorate.
Ghana needs improved supply systems to expand the use of clean fuels.
Nigerians and Ghanaians have all claimed authorship of Jollof rice. But a new book points out that the “Senegality” of this dish is established by the reference to “Jolof”.
Countries that lean towards democracy are less likely to welcome Chinese labourers.
Africa’s used vehicle dependency is often attributed to low income and weak regulation.
West Africa’s marine litter problem cannot be ignored. It can hinder the region’s economic and tourism growth, while putting people’s health at risk.
Although West Africa has made some headway with efforts to propagate democracy, its dividends, in the form of good governance, remain elusive.