Destined to lessen plight of disadvantaged children:Story of 17-year-old Khadija

Her dream was to see faces of disadvantaged children in deprived communities beam with smiles no matter the cost. But such a dream could not have been achieved without passion, commitment and dint of hard work on her part backed by the support of others. Khadija Lukman, 17, a final year International Baccalaureate Diploma(IBD) student […]

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 […]

Expanding irrigation can help African farmers produce twice as much food, says new report

RABAT, Morocco (December 17, 2018) – Helping more farmers to access and use irrigation systems holds the key to African countries meeting hunger and food security targets, a new report sets out. Food production in Africa still relies almost exclusively on rain-fed agriculture, leaving farmers and rural communities vulnerable to increasingly erratic rainfall patterns and […]

Dr Ike Tandoh to launch 27 powerful digital version of moral fiction stories

Popular fiction author, Dr. Ike Tandoh will soon launch a digital version of all his 27 published moral fiction stories. The novels will be available on Google play store for easy download for all readers. According to the award winning author, the idea to go digital with his books is to make it easily available for […]

Preserve our legends for benefit of unborn generations- His Royal Majesty Drolor Bosso Adamtey I tells Ghanaians

Ghanaians have been urged to strive hard; to do anything humanly possible to ensure their history, culture, traditions and values are preserved for the benefit of their future generations yet unborn.  “I urge all of us to take this serious; let’s keep our history, let’s acknowledge our history, let’s honor our history, let’s follow our […]

Compassion International moves to strengthen ties;chat a new path to rescue children from poverty

Compassion International Ghana has brought together over 700 Pastors and project directors to the Pentecost Convention Center located at Gomoa Fetteh in the Central Region to plan on the progress of the organization. The One-week-long program themed: “Break camp and Advance- A Movement Together”, aims at strengthening fellowship and fostering a common understanding of strategic […]

AGI lauds gov’t efforts to transform Agro-industry

The Agribusiness Sector of the Association of Ghana Industries, AGI has lauded Government for steps being taken to support the Agro-industry especially with the Launching of the Ghana Commodity Exchange, which is expected to promote private sector investment in the agriculture sector, and create market opportunities for farmers and stakeholders in the agribusiness. In a […]

AJnewsonline.com Congratulates Joseph Kobla Wemakor on His Selection Among top 18 African Reporters

Ajnewsonline.com congratulates Joseph Kobla Wemakor, an astute journo, on his selection among top 18 African Business journalists to represent Ghana in Casablanca, Morocco. We are highly elated by the strides you are making in the media industry, and are believing greater achievements to come. We believe in you and are happy for how you are […]

GII launches Civil Society Integrity Awards 2019

The Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has observed that the realization of  ‘Ghana Beyond Aid’ agenda including the Coordinated Program of Economic and Social Development Policies 2017-2024 which encapsulates President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s vision would suffer if corruption is not properly addressed in the country. He said in a bid achieve the dream, Government has […]

Gov’t lauds HortiFresh for transforming vegetable sector

Ghana’s horticultural sector has witnessed a significant transformation in recent times due to some corrective measures put up by government with support of its development partners and stakeholders in the country. A typical example of such measures is the introduction of the inspection and control system for plant health at exit points, especially at Kotoka […]