'Girls to Women Foundation', (G2WF) a non-governmental organization on Saturday distributed sanitary pads to over 400 adolescent students of Kasuliyili Senior High School in the Tolon District. This was in partnership with the Ghana Education Service and Ghana Health Services.
Executive Director for Girls to Women Foundation (G2WF) Hajia Mariam Iddrisu has called on government to reduce the 20 per cent tax on sanitary pads in the country to enable girls have easy access to them. She noted that the
Pediatric Oncology Nurses at the Tamale Teaching Hospital will breathe a sigh of relief in the diagnoses and treatment of some childhood cancers in the region. The relief comes after the first lady of the country Gloria Akuffo Addo made an announcement that
Every year on November 19, World Toilet Day is celebrated to create awareness among the people regarding the importance of sanitation and to initiate action to tackle the global sanitation crisis. On this day, the United Nations, along with the joint collaboration of