From the times when women were generally considered as not human enough to the times when various organizations and stakeholders have worked hard at turning this syndrome around, I must say I appreciate all the hard work and input that has gone into making the various societies see women as human enough and as capable enough.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
|The Resource Persons, Prof Akosa and Rev Lutterodt|
In a society where issues concerning reproductive health, sex and sexuality are hushed up, it is increasingly becoming worrisome that negative issues concerning these keep growing. In the light of this, and to help in demystifying the silence, a reproductive health seminar was held in Accra on Friday, February 15th 2013.
Saturday, February 9, 2013
I live in a part of the world where so many ideologies surprise me. I have never traveled outside my country, Ghana so all the ideas and ideals I have concerning other countries and continents are mainly from movies and documentaries.
My country has a lot of people living in poverty. There are a few rich people and then those who are neither filthy rich nor filthy poor. The averagely living people.
Friday, February 1, 2013
A forum to discuss various aspects of sex and reproductive health has been scheduled to take place in the evening of Friday, February 15th 2013 at the Kama Conference Center in Accra.
The forum, dubbed The SexTalk Forum will seek to primarily discuss sexually related issues in the open.