Aid and Development

By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Dec 15th, 2012
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By Dele Meiji Fatunla The importance of faith and religious observance amongst African and African diaspora communities was the impetus for a conference held last week by ‘Africa-UK’ – a diaspora engagement project aimed at increasing the impact of the UK’s African Diaspora on policy decisions made o...
By IndepthAfrica
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Nov 1st, 2012
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Kojo Tamakloe The NPP generally has made it that some people have a “ herd mentality” . It also accuses anyone not supporting it to be an Anti Akan ., a tribalist or a hater of Akans. .In my own small way I have tried hard to fathom why this should be a factor . […]...
By IndepthAfrica
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Mar 3rd, 2012
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Rasna Warah For more than a century, Kenya’s coastal people have been repeatedly alienated from their land and marginalised from public services, particularly education. Now they want to break away from the rest of the country. I did not know who the Wabara were until I moved to Malindi. I had heard ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Burkina Faso
Jan 3rd, 2012
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Ouagadougou – Burkina Faso’s president fired the country’s customs chief on Monday after his detention over the seizure of nearly $3.8m in trunks carried by a relative, sources close to the enquiry said on Monday. President Blaise Compaore issued a decree on Monday “endingR...
By benim
In Analysis
Aug 5th, 2011
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By Gyasi K. Dapaa, Economist 1. We can’t afford it: Ghana is not a self-sufficient economy. The fact is most of our most important public programs (like the National Health Insurance Scheme, School Feeding Program, etc) and our national budget breathe on foreign aid and debt. The question for u...
By benim
In Analysis
Jul 25th, 2011
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Following my article re: Is there equality of opportunity in Ghana’s educational system, and scanning the internet, and Charlotte Asamani: http://www.isec2000.org.uk/abstracts/papers_a/asamani_1.htm we need to fight for equality of our educational system. There is currently a wide gap between those w...
By benim
In News
Jul 8th, 2011
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The Government of Ghana has demonstrated, since independence that several functions could be better run by private enterprise, at local level or discontinued. Recent reports about corruption in all sectors of the Ghanaian government underscore the need to take critical look at reinventing Ghana gover...
By benim
In Cote d'Ivoire
Jul 2nd, 2011
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Cote d’Ivoire’s Prime Minister Gaillaume Soro is calling for urgent measures to be taken to rehabilitate the West African country’s health facilities. Soro made the call when visiting hospitals in the economic capital Abidjan on Thursday to see for himself the situation in the healt...
By benim
In East Africa
Jun 14th, 2011
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A six-story building under construction in Kenya’s capital collapsed on Tuesday, killing at least two people and leaving 14 missing, officials said. An architect said the building was being constructed illegally because it wasn’t up to standard. The Red Cross dispatched people to the scen...
By benim
In Ghana
Oct 20th, 2010
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Britannia Village 4, Bosomtwe Avenue P O Box WC117 Beposo – Wenchi B/A Ghana – West Africa 19th October 2010 H E John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills Christiansburg Castle P O Box 1627 Osu – Accra Ghana – West Africa Dear President Mills, State of Affairs in Ghana and Your Better Ghana Programme I...