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Cotton Farmers and the BCI Literacy is a necessity for over 65,000 farmers in Senegal and due to schools set up by cotton companies, the cotton industry is considered one of the most organized industries because of its’ high literacy. Last year, the ‘Better Cotton Initiative’ (BCI) was launched for the revival of the cotton… Continue reading
Ebola! Lawmakers are calling for an urgent preparation task force to stop the spread of Ebola in the country. Liberia and Guinea have featured fatal outbreaks in recent weeks. Former Minister for Health, Joseph Yieleh Chireh, and Dr. Richard Anane have urged the Ghanian parliament to organize stock ups of current preventative medication to prevent… Continue reading