November 23, 2017
Blogs

Speak! She Is On Her Ears

August 30, 2016 Kwabena Agyare

The extraordinary Gold Coast life of Dr. Cicely Delphin Williams (2 December 1893 – 13 July 1992) When you open your heart to be cleaned by fingers that are not yours and it does not happen, […]

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Inside The Battle With Buruli Ulcer

August 13, 2015 Kwabena Agyare

Agogo, GHANA – It is few minutes to mid-day. Patients stroll into the wards. At the main entrance where the grey kiosk security post is, people stand, conversing. The security men occasionally direct people to […]

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Dying To Be On The Lighter Side

March 30, 2015 Kwabena Agyare

A left-right combination of hooks by Smith Odoom opened a deep cut on Percy Oblitei Commey’s right cheek in the early minutes of the fourth round in a West Africa and National Super featherweight Championship […]

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Nothing Is wasted

March 29, 2015 Kwabena Agyare

As of November 29th, 2014, 217 people had died from 27,900 reported cases of cholera in Ghana in that year alone. Many of the cases (about 70%) were reported in the Greater Accra region including […]

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The Ebola Story

March 29, 2015 Kwabena Agyare

(To the many people we have lost. To the doctors and nurses we lost. To those who continue to fight this epidemic. Bless your soul.) There had been a strange outbreak of a disease. Several […]

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Mental Health And You

March 29, 2015 Kwabena Agyare

First published on graphiconline.com Scenario One: They wear tattered clothes and walk barefooted. They have disorganized speech, erratically switching topics. They seem to see, hear and feel things that are not present. They may even […]