It was reported that beverages and juices, fruits and vegetables, spices, oils, meat and fish, baked foods, honey, milk, and semi-processed local foods such as groundnut paste, “Dawadawa,” “Kulikuli zim,” and “Agushi powder” were all implicated in food fraud.
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Unlocking the Full Potential of Forensic Science: A Call to Action for Ghana’s Policymakers and Private Sector
our young researchers in the field will continue to lack research funding to contribute to the development of the field in Ghana. Our passionate students will struggle
Opinion: Towards a DNA Revolution; a Better Ghana Agenda
The potential of DNA technology to transform Ghana’s economy and society is clear, but to realize this potential, the country will need to invest in the development of the necessary infrastructure and human resources.
West Africa: DNAforAfrica Crusader Advocates for Implementation of DNA Laws and Policies in the Region
“I am optimistic about the benefits of the DNA revolution.” “I believe the establishment of DNA laws and policies and a proper regulatory framework will bring renewed hope to victims and their relatives in special cases of violent crimes, sexual assault and gender-based violence cases, recidivism, missing and anonymous person cases, ancestry, phenotype, identity, and kinship applications within the West African Subregion.”
Let no one judge you in tithing
Whatever God has laid in your heart to give, give, freely, cheerfully and out of love.
The plight of a Ghanaian nurse relocating to the UK
The Ghanaian nurse, like many other civil servants, have seen a government fatten itself even during a pandemic, and continues to make excuses whenever workers ask for a reasonable raise.
When to take things to the next level in your relationship
Do the contents of your heart, your emotions, your mind and your actions agree in love?
How can we make Ghana’s e-levy, or MoMo tax, equitable and fair?
The current MoMo tax strategy is discriminatory, targets the poor and is unfair.
How much of my behaviour is shaped by my culture?
How do we grow the next generation of Ghanaians to be more sincere and trusting of each other? How can I trust that my fellow Ghanaian is my brother’s keeper?
How ‘bride price’ reinforces negative stereotypes: a Ghanaian case study – The Conversation
Marriage is an institution common to all cultures. Very often it’s accompanied by transfers – in most cases in the form of payments – between the families of the groom and the […]