CAPE COAST: Gov’t should increase financial commitments towards maternal health-NGO
SEND Ghana, a non-governmental organisation(NGO), has appealed to Government to increase its financial commitments towards investments, goods and services, which supports maternal healthcare and family planning services and not depend on donor assistance.
CAPE COAST: Sand winners destroy beaches in C/R
Sand winning at beaches in the Central Region is not only destroying the environment but also hotels, restaurants and other investments along the coast. The inhabitants are, therefore, appealing to the Regional Police Command and the Environmental Protection Agency to assist in curbing the practice so as to save the Region from possible loss of beach front properties.
CAPE C: GIPC urges MMDAs to develop ideas for investment
The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) has called on Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in the Central Region to develop new investment ideas to promote investment.
CAPE C: Assembly failed to meet its revenue target
The Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly (CCMA), last year Internally generated GH 782,457.05 revenue representing 81% instead of a projected amount of GH 962,269.00.
CAPE C:Minister worried about slow integration of decentralized departments
Mr Kwesi Oppong Fosu, Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, has expressed concern about the slow pace of the integration of departments into Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs).