During intimacy, the husband is expected to last a long time if he wants to satisfy his wife. Drinking a glass or two of water before sexual intercourse has been medically proven to help maintain hydration and improve male fitness. Hydration will keep you strong when performing a task or action and prevent fatigue until the mission is complete.
In 1983, Ghana and some parts of Africa experienced a drought leading to famine. There were no rains for several months and resulted in several bush fires. This famine in the country started in 1981 then made it way to 1982 and then had its peak in 1983.
40 years ago, Ghana started to experience its worst and severe droughts. This great famine began in 1981 through to 1982 and had its peak in 1983. The cause of the famine or drought started when it refused to rain for several months. Crops began to dry up and it was difficult for any plant to survive.
Cocoa has yielded well in Upper West Region Few days after a cocoa tree was discovered to have yielded very well in Upper West, quite a number of people have come up with their opinions as to whether Cocoa can survive and serve as a cash crop to the Region if tried.
It is almost a given fact that an African man will turn his head whenever a curvaceous woman passes by, just to catch a glimpse of her "killer curves" or huge backside. It becomes even more shocking when you listen to some of the reasons given in an attempt to justify the obsession.
Cloud seeding, according to KSP magazine, is a sort of weather modification that tries to influence the amount or type of precipitation that falls by releasing substances into the air that alter the cloud's microphysical processes. It's used to either increase or avoid precipitation. Chemicals released by aircraft aid in the production of ice particles.
Cassava is a tuber gotten from the cassava plant. It is grown in tropical regions around the world because of its ability to withstand certain growing conditions like drought. It is used both domestically and industrially. Cassava is used in industries for making flour. Here are some health benefits of cassava.
The Ghana Meteorological Agency has updated the country on the expected weather conditions for today 1st July, 2022. According to the Agency this morning temperatures will be between 23-25 degrees Celsius and the afternoon will rise to 27 - 29 degrees Celsius. The cloudiness will continue to persist in all parts of the country.
Women in Nagboo, a farming community in the Nalerigu-Gambaga Municipality of the North East region, have to spend nights at wells, springs and boreholes in order to have access to water for domestic and other purposes.Water shortage has hit the community since the onset of the dry season and has worsened in the month of April.
Personnel of the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) are having a real battle on their hands as they try saving buildings along the coast line in the Volta Region that are being threatened by exceptionally large ocean waves. They have been pumping sea water that has inundated more than 300 homes at Abutiakope, Kedzikope and other communities in the Ketu South Municipality.
Rising water shortage has become an issue of concern in Upper West Region, some notable communities including Wechiau Bao in the Wa West District, Nyoli in Wa West District, Dapuoha in Wa Municipality, Jonga-Tabiesi in Wa Municipality and Kpankolee also in Wa Municipality have all had challenges with accessing potable water for consumption and execution of household chores.
Chainsaw Operators fell trees at Jinjinabani in the Nanumba North Municipal, Bimbilla in the Northern region. Despite the drought and lack of rain this year as a result of the lack of trees, chainsaw operators still engaged in deforestation in the name of logging. The continuous education and awareness on the impacts of illegal chainsaw milling and deforestation on Ghana’s economy and the environment have still not change the attitude of some illegal chainsaw operators.
The people of Kpetoe in the Agotime-Ziope district of the Volta Region have once again been hit by perennial water shortage. Over the years Kpetoe and its environs have been battling with lack of access to portable water. A concern raised by Dr George Grandy-Hallo - an opinion leader in the community and sighted by the Punch Newspaper bemoaned the harrowing situation confronting affected residents in the community.
On the occasion of the celebration of International Earth Day, the Northern Advocacy Center for Peace and Climate Change – NACPaCC wants an open collaborative effort to mitigate the effects of climate change in the 5 regions of the north.Earth Day is an annual event celebrated across the world on April 22 to highlight dangers associated with deforestation and land degradation whiles encouraging tree planting through advocacy and public sensitization campaigns.
The residents of Bakpaba in the Nanumba north of Bimbilla municipality in the Northern region are facing water challenges.The situation at hand looks so pathetic and challenging as residents always struggled to get clean and potable drinking water.The only dam in the community that serves as drinking water which is equally shared with the animals in the community has been contaminated by the animals dump.
Residents of Kunguri in the Tolon district of Northern region have called on Authorities in the area to come to their rescue for expansion, desilting and dredging of their community dam, which serves as the only source of drinking water for area.
Taboos are inseparable in every human society.Every group of people wether ethnic or religious has its own Seth of taboos.These taboos shape the inter-personal relationship among the people.It is worthy of note that these taboos are not universal.They are location specific.What is a taboo in the northern part of Ghana may not be a taboo among the Akans.