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Calls for increased transparency & funding for basic education

Originally published in Public Agenda on August 27, 2012. By Schuyler Durham The Institute for Fiscal Policy (IFP) hosted a workshop on Thursday, August 23, 2012 to provoke discussion about money mismanagement and increasing the quality of basic education resources throughout Ghana. The workshop was chaired by Prof. Jerome Djangmah, former head of Zoology Department […]

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Monkeys in Hohoe

Ancient tribes of Ghana used to consider animals to be sacred. However, when Christianity spread throughout the country worshipping animals started to become less popular. And most of the Mona monkeys in the Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary were slaughtered. In fact, the monkeys in the region were almost killed to the point of extinction. In […]

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