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  • Ghana: How Far Can the Ebola Crisis Go?

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    Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone and parts of Nigeria are literally in the Ebola hemorrhagic fever lock-down. For months, these West African countries have been battling the contagious Ebola virus disease which has claimed over 1000 lives and left at least 2000 infected with the disease. Ebola is a deadly disease with no known medical […]

  • Bamboo no longer just for Pandas!

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    In October 2012, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) published the World Economic Outlook (WEO), a forecast for more than 180 countries based on macroeconomic indicators such as gross domestic product (GDP), inflation and fiscal balance. Ghana’s 2012 GDP of +8.18% has it listed as one of the top 20 fastest […]

  • Empowering Women Entrepreneurs with Technology in Ghana

    The under-development of the Ghanaian economy can possibly account for the socio-economic and other social challenges confronting Ghana’s youthful population. Currently, there are no jobs and the only option left on the table for the Ghanaian youth is to become an Entrepreneur. Entrepreneurial empowerment, modern technology and  strong working policies […]