Tag: Receive

Cross River State receive significant boost in Primary healthcare access through Zipline partnership

Cross River State is experiencing a significant transformation in healthcare logistics, all thanks to the innovative drone technology provided by Zipline. Local health facilities in the Ogoja local government area have praised the government’s partnership with Zipline as a crucial step in revolutionising the distribution of medical supplies in remote […]

Christmas Babies In Ho Receive Gifts, Hampers From MTN

Some babies born on Christmas day in the Ho Municipality have received assorted gifts and hampers from mobile telecommunications Network MTN on Boxing Day. The assorted baby products were presented two nursing mothers in the Volta Regional Hospital and Ho municipal hospital as part of the company social responsibility. The Regional lead of MTN, Mawuli Katahena, said […]

2 Afrobarometer Leaders Receive Distinguished Africanist Awards

Gyimah award

Two Afrobarometer founders have received Distinguished Africanist awards from the African Studies Association (ASA) recognizing their scholarship, leadership, and service. Professor E. Gyimah-Boadi, executive director of Afrobarometer and a champion of democracy across the continent, received the ASA’s Distinguished Africanist Award honoring his scholarship and service to the Africanist community. […]

Stigmatized Children In Deprived Communities Receive Support

Over fifty children who are stigmatized against because of one form of physical or social condition have received support from a Ghanaian-based Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), GIVE TO EAT Ghana. The children who are mostly selected from Agona Nkum and its surrounding communities in the Agona West Municipality of the Central […]

32 School Children Receive Free Uniforms, TLM’s

Thirty two selected school children from the various Presbyterian schools in the Agona Swedru District last Saturday received school uniforms and other teaching and learning materials (TLM’s) from the Church in Agona Swedru. The children who were mainly in lower primary were selected from the Gomoa Abassa 1 and 2, […]