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GSOP, which ended in June 2018, was an initiative meant to promote the creation of job opportunities for enhanced welfare of the people, particularly the poor. It was rolled out as a key support programme for District Assemblies country-wide.

Hon. Hajia Alima Mahama - Minister for Local Government and Rural Development

Written By Frank Otchere - “The old order changeth yielding place to the new”, so says an old adage. The truism of this adage is made manifest as the Ghana Social Opportunities Project (GSOP) bowed out, albeit gallantly, giving way to the new Ghana Productive Safety Net Project (GPSNP) as its successor in pursuit of the nation’s commitment to strengthen social protection systems and improve the ability of poor people to be productive.

Attaining teaching hospital status means the arrival of more professionals at all levels, specialised tertiary care, increased complexities of management issues and human conflicts, as well as increased workload and pressure on existing facilities.

Ho Teaching Hospital

Written By Maxwell Awumah - The Ho Teaching Hospital (HTH) has become the new designation for the Volta Regional Hospital after 20 years of existence. The journey to actualise this was tough and torturous; it never came on a silver platter.

We became toxic in a few months. For some customers, a “friend” had become an “enemy”.

Nduom writes: The wrong we did? Our story

In 1997, we set out to invest and develop “the People’s Bank”. After nine years of planning, preparation and interactions with the Bank of Ghana, First National Savings & Loans Company Limited was granted a license to open for business in May 2006.

Secondly,”One Country, Two Systems” has been proven a remarkable success. Over the past 22 years, Hong Kong has been keeping prosper and stable, ...

H.E. Shi Ting WANG, Chinese Ambassador to Ghana

Since June, several large-scale demonstrations and violent incidents have occurred in Hong Kong, which has aroused widespread concern in the international community. People who care about Hong Kong cannot help but ask, what happened to Hong Kong? Where will Hong Kong go in the future? Hence I want to clarify the following points.