The Young Urban Women Movement (YUWM) of ActionAid, Ghana, in the Upper East Region, has called on the government to urgently take concrete steps to ratify and enforce the effective operationalisation of the International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention 190 (C190) to protect women workers against harassment and abuse.
Members of the General Transport, Petroleum and Chemical Workers Union of TUC (GTPCWU of TUC – Ghana) have called on the government and other stakeholders to ensure the ratification of the international convention that provides decency of female employees in the country.
The cliché that the world is now a global village by virtue of the explosion of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) holds true across almost all aspects of our individual and national lives.
Many individuals choose running or jogging as a way to exercise. Sometimes, when there is a sudden increase in intensity, distance or change in the terrain, your lower limbs can be affected negatively.
Ghana's Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has warned companies that illegally produce, sell and advertise body enhancement products that they risk prosecution because of the adverse health implications that these drugs can have on consumers.