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Efam Dovi is a journalist based in Accra, Ghana.
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Infrastructure key to intra-African trade

01 Aug 2018  |  un.org
Ken Ukaoha, founder of Kenaux International Concept, discusses the challenges of poor infrastructure on intra-Africa trade, highlighting issues with transportation and high costs that hinder competitiveness. The article also touches on the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) and skepticism regarding its impact, given existing agreements like ECOWAS. Additionally, it addresses weaknesses in the financial system, such as banks preferring quick returns over supporting productive sectors, and the potential benefits of cashless payments for traders. The AfCFTA aims to address these trading impediments, but there is work to be done to convince skeptical traders of its benefits.

Young Ghanaians Risk All For 'Better' Life

31 Jan 2017  |  modernghana.com
Young men from Ghana's Brong Ahafo Region, a major food basket, are migrating in hopes of finding better job opportunities and improving their lives and those of their families. Kofi Twum's journey to Europe through the Sahara Desert ended in arrest and deportation back to Ghana. The hazardous journey many undertake often results in death from exhaustion and dehydration. The 2011 Libyan crisis saw over 18,000 Ghanaian migrants evacuated, with many returning to Brong Ahafo. Migration is driven by aspirations for prestige and remittances, despite the underlying national development issues such as poverty. Ghana's economic struggles, despite its natural resources, have not led to better lives for many, prompting increased migration. The IOM highlights the need for policies that address the educational system's inadequacy and the job market's skills gap, as well as the importance of linking development programs to employment and job creation.

Ghana, a place for African Americans to resettle

11 May 2015  |  The Africa Report.com
African Americans and other diasporans of African descent are finding a spiritual home and ancestral connection in Ghana, with the country inviting its descendants to return. Ghana's 'Right of Abode' law allows those of African descent to apply for the right to stay indefinitely, though implementation has been slow. The sense of belonging and the desire for a peaceful life away from racism and discrimination are strong motives for the diaspora to settle in Ghana. Despite some challenges, the trend of returning to Africa continues, with personal stories highlighting the emotional and cultural significance of the move.

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