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Value in Volunteering

Value in Volunteering

The value in volunteering among Ghana and African youth has been the argument at many gatherings past, present and future. The claim of gross unemployment problems on the continent is attributed by some schools of…
KNUST students innovation to end Ghana’s waste management challenges

KNUST students innovation to end Ghana’s waste management challenges

The use of plastic and other forms of waste to generate fuel, though recent, promises to be a reliable option for effective waste management. The method, however, is expensive and time-consuming as it involves sorting…
When Individuals Refuse To Let Science Education Die

When Individuals Refuse To Let Science Education Die

The Ghana Education Service has had its fair share of challenges in the past; from uncertainty to how long students should stay in the classroom to lack of teaching materials. Every now and again there is a…
Prof Quaynor urges weighs in on e-learning infrastructure development

Prof Quaynor urges weighs in on e-learning infrastructure development

Professor Nii Narku Quaynor, Chair of the Internet Society (ISOC) Ghana Chapter, has called on universities to development their infrastructure to enhance e-learning in the country. He said policies and technology as agents of development…
8 Lessons from the Ghana Neuroscience Symposium

8 Lessons from the Ghana Neuroscience Symposium

On the 5th – 6th of May, history was made as a collection of academics, clinicians, students and curious minds in Ghana gathered for the first time at the 1st ever Ghana Neuroscience Symposium. I…
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