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Ghana gets first College of Holistic Medicine to promote alternative medicine at Tema

The agenda to promote evidence-based alternative medicine in Ghana has made great strides as Dr. Nyarkotey college of Holistic Medicine is finally established. The college aims to bring confidence and public trust in the alternative medicine industry. Lots of people are interested in studying alternative medicine but are confused where to get this education as a result of the confusion …

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How to Become a Doctor of Holistic Medicine at Dr. Nyarkotey College of Holistic Medicine

Dr. Nyarkotey College of Holistic Medicine is finally here to save and streamline the alternative medicine industry. The college aims to bring confidence and public trust in the alternative medicine industry. Lots of people are interested in studying alternative medicine but are confused where to get this education as a result of the confusion in the alternative medicine education.  The …

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Why the GES cannot ‘Punish’ the Kitchen Stool Sex Taped Headmaster

The girl in the infamous Kitchen Stool Sex Video with a Basic School headteacher is not 16 years old as purported by the media, neither is she a pupil of the said headteacher. According to information reaching EducationGhana.net, the girl in question is a Student in the Senior High School who is 20 years of age. Information gathered revealed the …

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MP For Nkwanta South, Hon Georffery Kini Aids Student Kyabobo Girls & Nkwanta Comm Sch To Attend ‘Girls Can Code’ Launch

The MP for Nkwanta South Constituency in the Volta Region, Hon Geoffrey Kini has on Wednesday, 17th January, given out his Toyota pickup to Four girls in his constituency to attend this year’s ‘’Girls Can Code’’ launch in Accra. He also fuelled the car to and back from Accra. The selected girls represented schools including Kyabobo Girls School and Nkwanta …

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Kyabobo Gilrs And Nkwanta Comm. Snr High Tech. School Attends Girls Can Code Launch At Aiti-Kace Curtessy Mp For Nkwanta South, Hon. Geoffrey Kini

The MP for Nkwanta South Constituency in the Volta Region, Hon Geoffrey Kini has on Wednesday, 17th January, given out his Toyota pickup to Four girls in his constituency to attend this years ‘’Girls Can Code’’ launch in Accra. He also fuelled the car to and back from Accra. The selected girls represented schools including Kyabobo Girls School and Nkwanta …

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Teacher Unions To The Street Over GHc 50m Arrears

The three teacher unions have told the government to brace itself for a strike during the second term of the 2017/2018 academic year. Although a specific date for the strike has not been given, the second term begins next week. The intended strike is in connection with the non-payment of arrears amounting to over GHc 50 million. According to them, the …

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Meet Ghana’s 27-year-old PhD holder Gloria Opoku-Boateng Osardu

Dr. Gloria Opoku-Boateng Osardu is a PhD UX Researcher/ Scientist at Northrop Grumman, a leading global aerospace and security company. She received her PhD in Information Systems at UMBC (University of Maryland, Baltimore County) with a dissertation research investigating brain fitness games as an intervention for the age-related cognitive decline in healthy older adults. In English, her research looked into …

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GALs World launches RED Tour; supports over 400 girls at Somanya

Golden Age Leaders (GALs World), a woman empowerment organization has on Friday, October 27, 2017, launched its RED Tour project at Somanya in the Yilo  Krobo District in the Eastern Region. The RED Tour project which seeks to educate young women in junior high schools on issues affecting their health and how they can get focused on achieving academic excellence …

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The Winners Of 2017 National Science And Maths Quiz, Prempeh College Sacks 51 Students

Winners of the 2017 National Science and Maths Quiz, Prempeh College has sacked a total pf 51 students for failing their promotional exams last term. The school authorities who in the actual sense has to repeat those students rather took the decision to relieve the students because they cannot be accommodated under the new Free SHS policy since they were …

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St. James Seminary Senior High School Named Best SHS In Ghana With Average Pass Rate Of 99.22%

Sunyani-based James Seminary Senior High School has been named the best High school in Ghana with an average pass rate of 99.22%. The research conducted by AB Review released the list of best schools across the ten regions of saw James Seminary Senior High School as number one. The school is located in the Brong-Ahafo region with Sunyani as its …

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