UN commends President Mahama

The United Nations (UN) has commended President John Dramani Mahama, for his leadership foresight, courage and inspirational role to host the UN Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER) in Accra.

Pastor arrested for causing emotional abuse to wife

Agona Swedru, March 9, GNA-The Agona Swedru Divisional Command of the Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit (DOWSU) of the Ghana Police Service, has arrested a 36-year old pastor of the African Faith Tabernacle Church at Gomoa Dominase, for causing emotional abuse and psychological trauma

Gender advocates begins activism to mark Women’s Day

The Billion Emerging Women Crusaders (BEWCROSS) on Wednesday launched a gender activism to begin the commemoration of 2015 International Women’s Day slated for March 8.

Mrs Rawlings disappointed at Daboya MP’s comment

Former First Lady, Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings, has expressed disappointment at the Member of Parliament for Daboya, Mr Nelson Baani, for making comments which threatened the human rights of women.

Continuous abuse of women worrying

Ms Lena Alai, the Volta Regional Director, Department of Gender, has decried the continuous abuse of the rights of women and children in the region, despite relentless anti-campaigns.

Gender Ministry launches EBAN Card

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection has launched the EBAN elderly welfare card to protect the aged and safeguard their access to social facilities.

First Lady Lordina Mahama Enstooled Sompahemaa of Nkoranza

The First Lady, Mrs. Lordina Mahama has been enstooled, as Sompahemaa of the Nkoranza Traditional Area, with a stool title, Nana Akosua Frema Ampoma Sika I. Mrs.

Sixteen days of activism against gender-based violence begins

The United States Embassy in Accra, in collaboration with the Ghana Government and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), on Tuesday began 16 days of activism against gender-based violence.

Hypocrisy!: Daboya MP is not Alone in Chauvinist Beliefs about Women

Yes, the public outcry has been resounding against the MP for Daboya/Makarigu, Nelson Abudu Baani, since he made jaw-droppingly offensive comments last week Thursday on the floor of parliament, that women need to be stoned if they commit adultery.

Reducing maternal mortality, the collective responsibility

Every year an estimated 3,040 Ghanaian mothers die while fulfilling their biological responsibility of pregnancy and delivery of babies.
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