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“IMPROVED WOMEN SOCIO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT” – WOMEN IN LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORT (WiLAT) PARTICIPATED IN THE SIDE EVENT DURING THE TOKYO INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT ( TICAD ) VI SUMMIT IN NAIROBI, KENYA

“IMPROVED WOMEN SOCIO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT” – WOMEN IN LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORT (WiLAT) PARTICIPATED IN THE SIDE EVENT DURING THE TOKYO INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT ( TICAD ) VI SUMMIT IN NAIROBI, KENYA The Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) side Event on ” Improved Women Socio Economic Development was convened on 26th August 2016 in Nairobi, Kenya . TICAD is co-organized by the government of Japan, the African Union and several international development organizations. Guided by the principles of... Read More »

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“IMPROVED WOMEN SOCIO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT” – WOMEN IN LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORT (WiLAT) PARTICIPATED IN THE SIDE EVENT DURING THE TOKYO INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT ( TICAD ) VI SUMMIT IN NAIROBI, KENYA The Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) side Event on ” Improved Women Socio Economic Development was convened on 26th August 2016 in Nairobi, Kenya . TICAD is co-organized by the government of Japan, the African Union and several international development organizations. Guided by the principles of… Read More &raquo

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Amended GCAA Act to protect passengers’ rights

Passengers of airlines in the country can now heave a sigh of relief as they will be duly compensated for any losses or damages with the passage of the Ghana Civil Aviation (Amendment) Act 2016, Act 906. Under the new amended act, passengers will be entitled to compensation for delay or cancellation of flights, loss, damage or destruction of luggage or cargo. Speaking to Citi Business News ahead of a stakeholders’ conference  organised by the... Read More »

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Passengers of airlines in the country can now heave a sigh of relief as they will be duly compensated for any losses or damages with the passage of the Ghana Civil Aviation (Amendment) Act 2016, Act 906. Under the new amended act, passengers will be entitled to compensation for delay or cancellation of flights, loss, damage or destruction of luggage or cargo. Speaking to Citi Business News ahead of a stakeholders’ conference  organised by the… Read More &raquo

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Limit interference in National Airline – GCAA staff to Government

The Staff of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) want government to limit its interference in the management of the new national airline. The workers believe the fortunes of the defunct Ghana Airways and the Ghana International Airline should prompt government to limit its interference this time round and ensure continuity. Government through the Ministry of Transport is seeking a partner to re-establish the country’s national airline company. The Ministry is however yet to announce... Read More »

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The Staff of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) want government to limit its interference in the management of the new national airline. The workers believe the fortunes of the defunct Ghana Airways and the Ghana International Airline should prompt government to limit its interference this time round and ensure continuity. Government through the Ministry of Transport is seeking a partner to re-establish the country’s national airline company. The Ministry is however yet to announce… Read More &raquo

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Ethiopian Airlines open to partner gov’t …for new national airline

Ethiopian Airlines open to partner gov’t …for new national airline Ethiopian Airlines says it is prepared to partner government in establishing a new sustainable national airline, eleven years after the collapse of Ghana Airways. Girma Shiferaw, Vice President, Corporate Alliance of the Addis Ababa-based airline said: “We have heard that Ghana wants to establish an airline. Normally we prefer to be partners and to build the airline together not to own it. We like the... Read More »

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Ethiopian Airlines open to partner gov’t …for new national airline Ethiopian Airlines says it is prepared to partner government in establishing a new sustainable national airline, eleven years after the collapse of Ghana Airways. Girma Shiferaw, Vice President, Corporate Alliance of the Addis Ababa-based airline said: “We have heard that Ghana wants to establish an airline. Normally we prefer to be partners and to build the airline together not to own it. We like the… Read More &raquo

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Driver Well-Being – A Road Safety Critical Factor The recent National Road Safety Commission’s (NRSC) report for the first quarter of 2016, January to March, makes grim reading: 508 people were reported killed while using the roads in one way or the other: 394 males and 114 females. This figure represents 22% increase on last year’s figures: 395 people were reported killed on the roads in the first quarter of 2015. In all, 2,903 cases… Read More &raquo

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