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Dr. Chinery-Hesse and the Gusi Peace Prize – (The Asian Nobel)

On November 24, 2010, the Gusi Prize was given to  Dr. Mary Chinery-Hesse, making her one of a few in the world to have received this "Asian Nobel" award.  The presentation was held at a gala event in Manila, Philippines. Several of her colleagues from all over the world, as well as representatives from the many international organizations and countries she has been associated with, were at the presentation and the event was beamed on CNN Asia.
The Gusi Peace Prize is given each year to about 15 distinguished individuals or groups worldwide with exemplary contributions to human rights, in Scientific Discoveries, Performing Arts, Medicine, Economics, and Internationalism, among others.


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And The Gusi Peace Prize (The Asian Nobel) Goes to Dr. Mary Chinery-Hesse of Ghana!!

Personality, Nov 25, Ghanadot - Dr. Mary Chinery-Hesse of Ghana, Retired Deputy Director-General of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and Former Under Secretary-General of the United Nations, who was also the Chief Advisor to the immediate past President of Ghana has been awarded the Gusi Peace Prize for International Diplomacy and Humanitarianism.



The 10% oil revenue kickback for the West – Bad idea

Commentary, Nov 25, Ghanadot - The notion that the West must be developed with 10% of the revenue from the new oil find is simply outrageous. Whether we have oil or not, the West must be developed in accordance to goals and objectives set up by the Ghana government, as applied across board nationally.

Employment Minister Bemoans Nurses Leaving Ghana For Greener Pastures

BERNAMA, Nov 24, Ghanadot - Ghana's Employment and Social Welfare Minister, Enoch Teye Mensah, bemoans the current trend where nurses and other health professionals are leaving the country to work abroad, especially in the West, in search for greener pastures. 


Durban FilmMart 2011 calls for submissions

Film Festival, Nov 24, Ghanadot - The Durban FilmMart has confirmed that its second edition will take place from 22-25 July 2011 during the 32nd Durban International Film Festival (21-31July). 

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