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Started this discussion. Last reply by Mr. Laszlo Keki Jul 3, 2011. 1 Reply

 We are now accepting applications for the 2012 Master/Postgraduate Diploma in Contemporary Diplomacy. You will find an e-flyer for this programme below. If you have attended one of our online…Continue

Freedom of information bill in coma in Ghana

Started this discussion. Last reply by Toby McIntosh Apr 29, 2011. 9 Replies

For four years now the freedom of information bill is still to get first reading in Ghanaian parliament after it was presented to the legislative body to pass into law.Why the fear? Some argued that…Continue

communities threatened to boycott elections processes in 2012 if….

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Francis Npong, Boariyili, Bimbilla Twelve communities in the Eastern Corridor (communities living along Yendi Bimbilla road) comprise chiefs, young, aged and children have hit the streets with a…Continue


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Journalist, Sub-Editor, Writer, Reporter, Photographer, Web Editor, Online Community Manager, Social Media Manager, Northern Region Corespondent
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Delays in Passing Right to Information Bill into law were Political Tactics-RWI Co-ordinator

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RWI Coordinator Emmanuel Kuyole, Pic. Francis Npong

The unnecessary delays in passage of the Right to Information Bill into in Ghana…


Journalism, a Dying Career to Avoid

Posted on September 11, 2013 at 13:15 0 Comments

By: Francis Npong

Time has changed. Today’s world is driven by fast moving technology. it’s really hard to predict what happens tomorrow. Now, tomorrow is determined by the evolving new technologies. What is even harder to predict is which job career can stand the test of time and which could not. I am extremely worried that those professionals who will refuse or…


Learning to Cope: Rural Communities in Ghana Take Basic Science Course on Climate Change

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Women learning the basics of environmental science. Photo by Francis Npong/

“We are not learning in order to sit for exams, but to understand the basic science of nature and environment,” says Tipoa Adjei, one of the more than 650 rural Ghanaian women who’ve never had…


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At 12:27 on June 5, 2011, Pamela Mutale Kapekele said…

Thanks Francis.

I will definately share my opinion here and I am impatiently waiting for that sweet cake....

At 9:23 on January 20, 2011, Yuliya Raskevich said…

I'll try to load a picture)))))



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Hello Npong,

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