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Tigo has rewarded 20 employees who demonstrated exceptional customer service relations in their line of duty in 2015. The cash donation, certificate and mobile devices rewards were to encourage others to emulate their worthy examples.

MTN Ghana Foundation is ready for the 5th edition of its annual Valentine's Day blood donation campaign set to begin on Friday, 12th February.

Cocoa farmers are to be supplied with 100,000 spraying machines this year at highly subsidized price.

GN Bank, an indigenous financial institution, has held the fourth round of mini draws of its "People's Gift Promotion" with 17 customers winning various prizes.

The Metropolitan Insurance Company (MET) has re-branded to Hollard Insurance Ghana Limited following its acquisition by the South African Insurer.

The World Health Organization (WHO) would be interested in how health managers in the Volta Region would at the end of 2016, achieve "improved health outcomes through the use of quality improvement approaches".

The teenage pregnancy among school girls in the Gomoa West District has declined from 16 cases in 2014 to 11 cases in 2015, representing 0.3 percent. This was due to formation of adolescent clubs in schools, health education at primary and Junior High Schools (JHS) and the enforcement of assembly bye-laws that prevent school children from being seen in the streets after 2000hrs by chiefs.

The Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) has partner other security agencies to sensitize people living in Paga in the Northern Region and its environs on how to be security alert.

The United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) with the Ghana Health Service, and the Theatre for Social Change, has taught children in the Odododiodoo Constituency to effectively wash their hands to stay healthy.

The chief of Tafo, Nana Agyen Frimpong II, has condemned acts of vandalism carried out by rampaging Muslim youth in the community, on Wednesday, and urged the police to act decisively to rein in those who have chosen to live outside the law.
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Tigo rewards outstanding customer service personnel
MTN Foundation organises "SAVE-A-LIFE" blood donation campaign
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GN Bank holds "People's Gift Promotion" draw
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WHO interested in health management in Volta Region
Teenage pregnancies falls in Gomoa West - Director
Immigration Service embarks on border security campaign
UNICEF wants children to habitually wash hands properly
Tafohene condemns vandalism and demands decisive action
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