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You need GHc150,000 to rear 1000 poultry birds for 6 months – CEO of Adabanka farms reveals

Rev. Daniel Adabanka, a pastor and entrepreneur who is also the Chief Executive Officer of Adabanka farms has revealed that, one needs a minimum of GHc150,000 before he can rear 1000 chicks till they can lay eggs in 6 months time. He revealed this during the maiden interview of the Wundef Show which was hosted by Charles Wundengba.

Meet the 22-Year-Old Who Plans to Make African Women the Face of Finance & Technology

Diana Wilson was born in the bustling city of Newark, NJ. Her mother, long ago, came to America with two possessions: twenty dollars and a dream. However, as she arrived at the pronounced “Land of Opportunity” she soon realized she would face many impediments before attaining the American Dream. She would soon become a single mother to three children in Newark, NJ; a city consistently mentioned only for its high crime rate and drug crisis.

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ILO Skills Challenge Innovation Call ($ 50,000 Grant)

Application Deadline: 13 April 2020 (midnight, Geneva time); The ILO is calling on individuals and organizations to share innovative ideas and solutions to address the skills...

Goi Peace Foundation/UNESCO International Essay Contest 2020 for Young People (USD1,000+ Prize & Fully Funded to Japan)

Application Deadline: June 15th 2020   TheGoi Peace Foundation/UNESCO International Essay Contest is organized in an effort to harness the energy, creativity and initiative of the...

The Nestlé Internship Development Program (NIDP) 2020 for young South Africans

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Meet the Newest President of University of Maryland, College Park

Darryll J. Pines is the newest President of the University of Maryland, the state's flagship institution with more than 40,000 students. Pines, who previously...

From Foster Care to Being Homeless to Owning a Hair Care Brand Worth $2M

Jerricha Hoskins, the founder and CEO of one of the fastest-growing Black-owned hair care brands, Arcani Coil Care, used to be in foster care and...
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