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Ebola=System Failure: Why A Grassroots Response is Necessary

Ebola has deepened poverty in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia. Human rights were abused; many rights were taken back by the state. The social, political, economy and the cultural spaces have been affected and changed in many ways.
Tsike-Sossah Simon shows how systems have failed in those countries affected by Ebola.

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EBOLA Corruption Indictments in Sierra Leone

CARL Welcomes Latest Acc Indictments; Urges More Action Against Corruption Friday 19th December 2014: The Center for Accountability and Rule of Law (CARL) commends the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) for its efforts at combating corruption in Sierra Leone. In particular, CARL welcomes the recent indictments by the Commission of some public officials for various acts of […]

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Of Corruption in Ghana: The GYEEDA Report

Corruption in Ghana has over the last 6years become part of the daily conversation across the country. In July 2013, the people of Ghana woke to the stink in at the Ghana Youth Employment and Entrepreneurial Agency (GYEEDA). A report (attached) shows how public funds are being mis-managed across board in the NDC led government.

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The Chief Justice Wants “EVIDENCE”

Eighteen months after the Kufour era, the issue of “Produce EVIDENCE” has come back to haunt Ghanaians again; this time in the person of the Chief Judge of the land – Justice Georgina Wood. I hear Her Lordship’s comments on JoyFM’s evening news on 29th July 2010. She said among other things that if there is a “perception” of corruption on her watch she wants people to produce evidence.

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