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  • Statistics Denmark visited Ghana to begin their new Strategic Sector Cooperation
    25.02.2019  12:28

    Statistics and data play a crucial rule when it comes to solving a country’s social, economic and environmental challenges. Statistics Denmark and the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) have embarked on a new strategic sector cooperation that will focus on strengthening the production of official statistics in Ghana.

  • Aarhus Municipality ends successful tour to Tema
    14.02.2019  19:39

    The Strategic Sector Cooperation between the Municipality of Aarhus and Tema Metropolitan Assembly has now officially begun after a two-day study tour.

  • Huge interest in Ghana’s aid to trade transition
    12.02.2019  09:41

    A cold and dark evening in Copenhagen, 90 people gathered in IDA Global (Engineers in Denmark’s meeting venue) to discuss the transition which Ghana is currently undergoing from aid to trade. More people were on the waiting list, and this overwhelming interest came as a surprise to the organisers

  • COO of Grundfos visits Ghana
    11.02.2019  15:43

    The Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Grundfos, Mr. Stéphane Simonetta was on a two-day working exploratory visit to Ghana on the 6th and 7th of February, 2019. The purpose of the visit was to have a first-hand understanding of the challenges, opportunities and value chain linkages in the water sector and particularly small towns, rural and peri-urban areas in Ghana.

  • Aarhus will help improve Tema's water supply
    08.02.2019  15:28

    A new strategic sector cooperation between the city of Aarhus, the water utility Aarhus Water and Tema Metropolitan Assembly will help improve the water supply and waste water management in the industrial city.

  • Aarhus will help improve Tema’s water supply
    08.02.2019  11:10

    A new strategic sector cooperation between the city of Aarhus, the water utility Aarhus Water and Tema Metropolitan Assembly will help improve the water supply and waste water management in the industrial city.

  • Dialogue to improve the import clearance process at Tema Port
    07.02.2019  12:43

    The Embassy hosted the first Anti-Corruption Network meeting of the year to discuss the import clearance process at Tema Port. The meeting was attended by representatives of Danish companies with operations in Ghana and the top management of Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA); the Commissioner General, the Customs Commissioner and the Tema Sector Commander.

  • Denmark is ranked the least corrupt country in the world
    30.01.2019  09:55

    The new corruption perceptions index 2018 from Transparency International ranking corruption in the world, has placed Denmark on the first place being the least corrupt country in the world followed by New Zealand and Finland. In comparison, Ghana is placed on a 78th place together with Burkina Faso and India.

  • The Embassy of Denmark is going green
    24.01.2019  12:50

    Throughout 2018 and the beginning of 2019, the Danish Embassy has been focussing on making the Embassy more green. This initiative has been implemented by several sustainable solutions.

  • Trees growing through history
    22.01.2019  11:14

    Alongside the 25 kilometre long road that went from the Danish slave and trade fort Christiansborg (Osu Castle) at the coast in Accra to the plantation property Frederiksgave, an alley of tamarind trees was planted in 1802 and the following years. The plantation was used as a health retreat for Danish officials with feverish illnesses. Now, seeds from the Ghanaian tamarind trees have been planted in the Botanical Garden in Copenhagen.

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