Ghana’s problems relating to health and health infrastructure, in general, are numerous and severe. UN Millennium Declaration of 2000 has made great strides to reach some of them. The most notable is probably the results obtained for facing both extreme poverty and fame, as well as education.
However, Ghana fell on the achievement of various other health-related goals. Infant mortality is one of the questions in the millennium, just as mortality remains maternal – in fact, the circumstances of expectant mothers worsened towards the end of the last decade. Other serious problems not addressed in the Millennium Order represent even more severe risks to the health of the Ghanaian population.
Malaria, transferred by the Anopheles mosquito, is one of the most severe diseases. Donate treated mosquito nets to vulnerable children
Unemployment In Ghana
is undoubtedly one of the most pressing problems in the country. The rising rate of urbanization without creating an adequate or proportional number of jobs, coupled with the relatively high population growth rate, causes increased unemployment.
Young people often have the worst treatment reserved, with some estimates suggesting that only a couple out of 100 people can find work. At the same time, the rest often undertake to carry out activities in the “informal” sector.
They fall into this category all those between 18 and 35 – about a quarter of the population. The problem, however, also affects young adolescents.
The government tried to undertake countermeasures, particularly the national youth employment program led by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, to solve this urgent problem.
Ghana’s favorable economic situation in West Africa, its stable government, history, and the peace between its various ethnic communities have made it one of the most obvious choices for people from neighboring nations looking for a better future than their home countries, not provide for various reasons. Learn More
Many of these people, the numbers are considerable, come in illegally in Ghana, often working as unskilled labor. The government has stepped up entry and exit regulations for foreigners to reduce the influx of illegal immigrants and ensure employment opportunities for many jobless Ghanaian populations.