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Project Coordinator at PPAG, Central Region - Michael Tagoe

The Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana [PPAG] facility in the Central Region has since January 2017, been recording an increase in the number of incomplete abortion cases by students from tertiary institutions in the region.

According to Michael Tagoe, the Project Coordinator at the facility, the situation is dreadful and needs the attention stakeholders in the region. He explained that their investigations revealed that the reported cases of incomplete abortion was due to the recent use of a ‘fake’, of a popular abortion drug on the market.

Students from the Department of Basic Education, of the Faculty of Education Foundations, University of Cape Coast (UCC) have participated in a day’s education exhibition to showcase their knowledge and skills acquired in the fields of Basic Education and Early Childhood Education.

The annual event, which is mostly held in the second semester of the academic year was heavily patronised by staff and students of the University and members of the Cape Coast community, who walked through the exhibition stands in amazement.

Students from the Department of Basic Education of the Faculty of Education, UCC have held a day’s educational exhibition programme.

The programme which is an annual event held in the second semester of the academic year offers students the opportunity to showcase the knowledge and skills they have acquired in the field of basic education.

Mr. Peter Aubyn speaking on the 'Atlantic Wave' on ATL FM

A passionate appeal has been made to the Ghana Highways Authority [GHA] and Urban Roads to focus on monitoring the state and activities on our various roads.

Peter Aubyn of the School of Biological Sciences of the University of Cape Coast [UCC] who made the passionate appeal was particularly worried about the lack of streetlights on major highways and indicated that the situation has now become an avenue for criminal activities.