IMPACT STORIES

GOVERNMENT RECEIVES GH¢44.3 MILLION FROM WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND MONEY

Accra, Aug 31, GNA - The government has so far received GH¢44.3 million from the waste management fund between 2011 and 2014.

However, the money is yet to be disbursed to the various service providers to enable them to manage waste in an effective and efficient manner because the regulations to govern its operations are not ready.
Dr Edward Larbi Siaw, Tax policy Adviser at

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ENHANCING THE PRODUCTION CAPACITY OF POULTRY FARMERS

The prospects of doing more lucrative poultry business is beginning to dawn on members of the Ghana National Association of Poultry farmers (GNAPF), as the farmers testify that their advocacy action had contributed significantly to Ghana's recent revitalization of commercial broiler production.

Following GNAPF's fruitful dialogue with relevant state authorities, Ghana's Ministry of F

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SANITIZING ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION PRACTICE IN GHANA

The leadership of Ghana Electrical Contractors Association (GECA) are very confident about getting more business opportunities as duty bearers are currently making efforts to eradicate unlicensed practitioners from the electrical installation industry.
Members of the Ghana Electrical Contractors Association are optimistic that the re-registration exercise being carried out by the Energy Co

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PROTECTING GHANA'S MUSIC INDUSTRY

The formation of the nation's first ever music rights is helping musicians in Ghana to earn more value for their work.

There are strong indications that Ghanaian Musicians are earning more income from their works, following the formation of the Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO) to supervise the collection of rights due music makers in Ghana.

Some of the musicians wh

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