- April 18, 2017
Sedi is a Journalist /PR personnel by profession. Her focus is to write about social issues.
African countries with small to medium-sized economies pay far more money for less effective drugs, a leading health expert has told BBC Newsday. In countries such as Zambia, Senegal and Tunisia, everyday drugs like paracetamol can cost up to 30 times more than in the UK and USA. Drug markets in poorer countries “just don’tREAD MORE
Brazil forward Marta wants to use her record-breaking status to “push for more equality and women’s empowerment”. The 33-year-old scored her 17th World Cup goal in a 1-0 win over Italy on Tuesday to become the all-time leading scorer at men’s or women’s finals. “The feeling is a joyful one, not only for breaking theREAD MORE
An Anglophone country like Ghana has had countless opportunities to host francophone regular immigrants within Africa diaspora who in one way or the other were in search of labor or education or vice versa that benefits both countries. The proliferation of language barrier between francophone and Anglophone countries over the years has reduced drastically dueREAD MORE
The Association of African Universities (AAU), the voice of higher education in Africa, has opened its doors to thirty students from various universities in Ghana to undergo a three-month internship programme at its Secretariat, located in Accra, Ghana. The students, who are currently on vacation, started their practical training through the flagship programme; Graduate IndustrialREAD MORE