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Crowdsourcing Feedback to Improve Healthcare Systems

Co-authored by: Yvonne Nkrumah and Julia Mensah (WBIHS) “Technology made large populations possible; large populations now make technology indispensable” These words by renowned American writer, Joseph Wood Krutch, are true today as they were more than 40 years ago. From communities in Bangalore, India to Soroti, Uganda, citizens—even in rural communities—are leveraging the power of […]

Who Can Answer the Ghanaian Schoolboy’s Question?

p5rn7vb “Why is America so rich and we are so poor?” The question came from a schoolboy in Ghana. It caught me by surprise. I hesitated before answering. I didn’t have the knowledge to give him a solid answer. I was not an economist. I knew nothing about Ghana’s business enabling environment or its financial markets […]

OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE! CLEAN TEAM AT THE PRESTIGIOUS CIVIL SERVICE AWARDS 2013

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Inadequate sanitation has now become a global concern and effort is being made to curb this social challenge. Several social enterprises and businesses across the world are ensuring that the 2.5 billion people across the world who don’t have somewhere safe to go to the toilet get access to clean toilets. Clean Team’s focus is […]

Have you noticed the growing change in the African gaming industry?

Mancala is one of the oldest games in the world, dating more than a thousand years. In fact, there are over 200 versions of this game in Africa although  with slightly different rules. Some of you may know this game as Oware, Bao, Omweso, Ayo, Enkenshu or Aweet. From medieval times,  African games were predominantly […]

Ghana: ICT Centre Launched At Ejisu

[Ghana Govt.]The Ejisu -Juaben Municipal Chief Executive, Mr Afrifa Yamoah Ponko, in collaboration with the management of Subah Infosolutions Ghana, has launched an Information Communication Technology (ICT) training centre at Ejisu for the youth to build their capacity in the assembling and repairs of computers and mobile phones. Go to Source Tags: ghana