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NGO recruits 14 less privileged individuals to enroll in VOCTECH this year at Boso, Eastern Region.

A non- governmental Organisation (NGO) committed to humanitarian activities, Universal Light Media (UNILIME) Foundation has recruited fourteen (14) less privileged individuals to enroll them in their flagship programme Vocational, Technical and Technological (VOCTECH) to make them self -reliant. These individuals are Mavis Oppong, Dora larteabea, Asabea Beatrice, Dora Nyankwabea, Amoakoa …

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GJA Must go beyond Organising Press Conferences and Take Action- Change Agent Media

The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) is known for condemning the numerous assault on Journalists and always  calls on the Ghana Police Service to investigate the matter but do not take appropriate steps to bring the perpetrators to book.  The only hope Journalists gets is that the authorities makes sure committees …

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An NGO Provides Breakfast for  2,700 school Children in Tema Metropolis

Child 1st Initiative Foundation, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) which feeds the vulnerable in society, has been feeding over 2,700 vulnerable school children from less privileged homes to get a sound mind to learn. The feeding programme started in the year 2014 after the Founder of the Organisation, Ms. Naana Eyeson …

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Celebrating Mabel Aku Baneseh, Nana Aba Anamoah, among other giants Women in the Media to mark International Women’s Day

The role of women in national development cannot be overemphasized and since the Media plays a paramount role in National development, Change Agent Media eulogizes women in the media as we celebrate international women’s day.  Women are gradually taking the media landscape, because they have unquenchable passion to help alleviate …

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Depression: The Silent Killer 

Depression is persistent loss of interest in activities which is characterised by significant impairment of daily life. (mayoclinic.org) Severe depression can cause you to biologically age more than the normal way by increasing the aging process in cells. With symptoms such as feeling of anger and hopelessness, loss of interest …

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Mr. President, we need a Legislative Instrument (LI) that will make the Police Service Independent.

  Delivering the third state of the nation address in parliament last Thursday, the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo said if the two main political parties – the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) do not voluntarily meet to fashion out ways to …

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Women, Let us Celebrate an Icon in Telecommunications, Mrs Patricia Obo-Nai

Change Agent Media Celebrates Mrs Patricia Obo-Nai as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Vodafone with effect from April 1, 2019. As the first Ghanaian female CEO of the company, it is a great inspiration to women in the country. Women empowerment activist let us celebrate and rejoice with …

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YOUR HEALTH TIPS: IMPROVE BRAIN FUNCTIONS

It is easy for one to do a particular activity the same way over a long period, thereby becoming a routine. But when something new is tried, by actually doing something new over and over again, your brain wires new pathways that help you do this new thing better and …

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Change Agent Media demonstrates generosity to Samansuo D/A Primary School

Following the report published on the 6th of November 2018, which created attention on the high school drop-out due to the lack of school uniforms and footwear at Samansuo D/A Primary School, Change Agent Media becoming privy to the unsavory situation, supplied the students with uniforms and footwear to facilitate …

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MONTH OF LOVE (LAUGH MORE)

The verb “laugh” means to make spontaneous sound and movement of the face and body that are instinctive of lively amusement and of sometimes derision. (Oxford Online Dictionary) A good laugh can be an effective way to release emotions especially those ones bottled up inside. Smiling and laughing have positive …

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