WHO: Director-General Dr Tedros message -- Carter Center programme review meetings -- March 2018

WHO: Nurses and midwives: key to universal health coverage

WHO: BreatheLife -- How air pollution impacts your body

World Health Organization
The World Health Organization, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health of Ghana, has been working to address Ghana’s epilepsy treatment gap since 2012. This video highlights a demonstration project that introduced simple, cost-effective interventions in 10 districts to increase access to treatment for epilepsy. Between 2012 and 2016 the project team provided treatment and care to more than 2700 people living with epilepsy that had not been diagnosed before the project. Service coverage increased from 14% to 38% in four years. Over three-quarters of the patients receiving treatment through the project reported significant improvements in their quality of life.

For more information: http://www.who.int/epilepsy

Rawlings narrates how he gathered men to overthrow Acheampong

Prez Akufo Addo’s Full Speech at G-20 Africa Partnership Held in Germany

Ken Ofori Atta Finance Minister, wows World Investors

More women in government will help reduce crime against women – Zanetor Rawlings

Reducing the Gender Gap
International Monetary Fund

Bawumia ’struggles‘ as he reads tribute to late aide Kwabena Boadu

13th UNWTO Awards Forum, 16 january 2017, Palacio de Neptuno, Madrid (Spain)

Dr. Frances Cress Welsing (The Isis Papers) on The Ahmad X Morton Show

Potential conflicts of interests in Trump’s cabinet picks

Delivering a Mobile Payment Solution to East Africa’s Farmers with 2KUZE

President Akufo-Addos’s first day in Office

Presidential Dinner celebrations in Accra

Live-steam inauguration of the President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo

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We asked celebrities including Emily Blunt, Eddie Redmayne and Priyanka Chopra to watch a powerful new video. See how they reacted to people suffering from neglected tropical diseases (NTDs)…Can you make it through to the end?

When Bazaar Berlin opens its doors every year in November, the exhibition grounds will once again turn into a sensual, exotic and bustling marketplace, where different cultures come together and interact. More than 500 manufacturers and retailers from over 60 countries present their exotic merchandise and local products. Take advantage of the ideally-timed pre-Christmas event to get inspired and purchase gifts from the wide range of unique, high-quality products! The diversity of the Bazaar Berlin is reflected in its five fields: World Market, Art&Style, Natural Living, Fair Trade Market and Winter at Home.

Alhassan Yusha, North American Editor at Africa News Analysis, and George Ayittey, President of Free Africa Foundation, join Straight Talk Africa host, Shaka Ssali in a discussion on the upcoming elections in Ghana