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Land Administration: Securing land titles will reduce poverty and enhance economic development

Posted by Business in Ghana on January 23, 2013

KAMPALA, Uganda, January 23, 2013/ IGN France International (http://www.ignfi.com), the leader of the international consortium engaged in the Design, Supply, Installation, Implementation of the Lands Information System and Securing of Land Records (DeSIILISoR) project in Uganda organized a regional conference in Kampala, Uganda (January 17th and 18th) on the theme:

“Modernization of land administration and management systems Implementation of Land Information Systems (LIS): sharing experiences, innovations and good practices.” Read the rest of this entry »

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The postponement of the signing ceremony of the STX agreement – Matters Arising

Posted by Business in Ghana on October 17, 2010

By Daniel Danquah Damptey, danieldanquah_damptey@yahoo.com

Ghanaians have not had it as bad as they are experiencing under this cruel, insensitive, divisive, vindictive and clueless regime of Baba Go Slow, alias Professor Do Little. The NDC has at the core of its leadership a cabal made up of sharks, vultures and snakes whose main task is to torpedo all laudable projects/programmes which will be beneficial to Ghanaians by feeding the vulnerable ones amongst us with misinformation, deception and utter lies. Yes, this is the stock in trade of the NDC. Read the rest of this entry »

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Habitat For Humanity Throws in The Towel In Ghana

Posted by Business in Ghana on August 5, 2010

After 21 years, home builder for the under-privileged in Ghana, Habitat for Humanity, Ghana (HFHG) a non-governmental, ecumenical Christian housing ministry has given up its goal of building affordable homes for families in need.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with BUSINESS IN GHANA on Tuesday, a source from HFHG in Accra said the Christian housing ministry’s home building programme is no longer sustainable because many beneficiaries of its programme have failed to pay their mortgages on schedule thus drying up the resources of the organization.

As a result, HFHG has put a hold on its programme for the next three years during which its core business would be to collect all outstanding debts from defaulters. Read the rest of this entry »

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