The University for Development Studies (UDS) Department of Forensic Science in collaboration with the Forensic Investigation for National Development Ghana (FINDGh) hosted the first Forensic Science Summit in the Northern territory of […]
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?
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 […]
Authors: Yahaya Sumara Sulley and Mohammed Lawal(Founder & Co-founder, Forensic Science Outreach Ghana (FSOGH), Nyankpala) The Forensic Science Outreach Ghana (FSOGH) held their first ever annual symposium on Thursday June 24, 2021 […]
Data on estimates of food borne diseases burden are virtually non-existent in Ghana.
Kefir is a self-carbonated refreshing fermented yoghurt that has been consumed for over 100 years for its various health benefits…
Male fertility: how everyday chemicals are destroying sperm counts in humans and animals – The Conversation
Within just a few generations, human sperm counts may decline to levels below those considered adequate for fertility.
One or another element of sexuality education has been taught in Ghanaian schools since before independence in 1957
Providing long-term care is a challenge to states around the world. In rich countries, supporting frail and disabled adults is a major budget item, and even then, the care provided can be inadequate. […]
In Africa, more than 91 million people are estimated to fall sick and 137,000 are estimated to die from foodborne diseases annually