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Despite anti-GMO campaign, Ghana poised to commercialize GMO crops

Emmanuel K. Dogbevi | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Despite the sustained campaign ...

Biotechnology is panacea for Africa’s green revolution

Linda Asante-Agyei | 
Answering a question on whether Africa really needs [biotechnology], Mrs Shakirat O. Ajenifujah-Solebo, Chief Scientific Officer and Head of the ...

Ghana: GE promoters winning as major opponent switches to pro-GE camp

Emmanuel K. Dogbevi | 
It could be described as a battle to control food security. It could even be seen as a game in ...

Ghana approves first GE crops for trials

Ekow Quandzie | 
Ghana's Biosafety Bill was given Presidential assent to become law, after it has been in Parliament for four years. The ...