GHANA

Ghana is now a middle income country. However, the north of the country remains significantly under-developed in comparison with the coastal regions. 

CONFERENCE

Thank you to everyone who came to this year’s conference, making it a huge success.

TANZANIA

Located in East Africa, Tanzania borders eight countries. Tanzania is a low-income country. It is graded 152/187 in the UN Human Development Index. 

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