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UN Secretary General Message for 2018 International Migrants Day

Migration is a powerful driver of economic growth, dynamism and understanding. It allows millions of people to seek new opportunities, benefiting communities of origin and destination alike. But when poorly regulated, migration can intensify divisions within and between societies, expose people to exploitation and abuse, and undermine faith in government. This month, the world took […]

UN Secretary-General Message on World Cities Day

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the Paris Agreement on climate change, the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction and the New Urban Agenda together provide a roadmap for a more sustainable and resilient world. How our cities develop will have significant implications for realizing the future we want. This year’s World Cities Day focuses […]

Press Release:Community & Family Aid Foundation-Ghana Global Handwashing Day 2018

October 15th, 2018 –Monday  On this special occasion, I sincerely call on all to let handwashing be central “Clean Hands – a recipe for health,” as emphasized by 2018 global theme for celebration, it’s my concern, your concern, our collective concern,  Joseph Senyo Kwashie-Executive Director At Community And Family Aid Foundation –Ghana has said. Ghana’s […]

Financial institutions present at the 6th Brazil Africa Forum

Fortaleza, October 11st 2018 The World Bank Group, African Development Bank (AfDB), African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank), Islamic Development Bank (IsdB) and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), five of Africa’s leading development institutions, will attend the 6th Brazil Africa Forum: youth empowerment – transformation to achieve sustainable development. The event is going to be held […]

UN Secretary-General’s message on World Post Day

With more than 600,000 offices across the globe, the postal sector is one of the world’s largest logistical networks and a vital center of community life everywhere. This year’s observance of World Post Day highlights the sector’s value not just for delivering the mail, but for delivering good. Resilient postal systems offer support during natural […]

Matters arising from just ended Ghana Teachers’ Licensure Examination

Friends From Colleges of Education (FFCE) wishes to acknowledge all newly trained teachers for participating in the just ended Ghana Teachers’ Licensure Examination which took off from 10th-12th September, 2018, despite our fight against the implementation of this policy. Also, we will like to draw the general public’s attention on the issues that popped up […]

30+ events across Africa to #RISEFORCLIMATE and real climate leadership

Who:This September thousands of people will participate in hundreds of actions in Africa in a global mobilisation of distributed actions in towns and cities, universities, places of worship and community spaces to drive climate action within local communities – sending a clear message to governments that the science is clear, we have the momentum, the technology for the […]

Congratulatory Message on the Successful Conduct of NDC Regional Executive Elections from Team Dan Abodakpi for Chairman

As victors of the Regional Executive Elections of our great National Democratic Congress (NDC), Ambassador Dan Abodakpi wishes to congratulate you all on your election to serve the party at the regional level. Your election represents a new hope for the party to mobilize and reconnect to its members at the regions, towards victory in […]

Message from Ambassador Dan Abodakpi on the upcoming Regional Congress of the NDC

As the National Democratic Congress undertakes its Regional Congress today to elect Regional Executives across the country, I take this opportunity to first congratulate all the contestants for availing and submitting themselves to the democratic process. May the best candidates win! To the delegates, I humbly urge and caution you to be conscious of the […]

The Secretary-General message on the International Day Against Nuclear Tests

The history of nuclear testing is one of suffering, with the victims of more than 2,000 nuclear tests often from the most vulnerable communities around of the world. The devastating consequences – which were not confined by international borders –encompassed impacts on the environment, health, food security and economic development. Since the end of the […]
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