ISODEC launches election monitoring portal

Tamale, Dec. 3, GNA – The Integrated Social Development Centre (ISODEC), a non-governmental organisation (NGO), has launched the “Maaro-Noyine Elections Monitoring Portal” to help citizens to report and capture possible electoral violence and other irregularities.

The portal, which can receive both image and audio reports, is to help election managers and peace ambassadors as well as security agencies to have quick information on such issues for a swift response.

Poverty reduction strategies in Ghana have widened the inequality gap – Manteaw

The various poverty reduction strategies adopted by successive governments in Ghana’s Fourth Republican dispensation have widened the inequality gap between the rich and the poor, according to Dr. Steve Manteaw.

60 Girls Joins ISODEC’s STME Girls Camp

The Integrated Social Development Centre (ISODEC), a non-governmental organization, has held the 2015 Science, Technology and Mathematics Education (STME) Girls Camp to help encourage girls to develop interest in STME.

In all, 60 girls selected from Junior High Schools (JHS) in West Mamprusi and Mamprugu Moaduri Districts participated in the week-long exercise held at Walewale, to amongst others expose the girls to a real science laboratory and its equipment and how to use them to come out with scientific results.

ISODEC: Ghana Petroleum Deregulation Policy Is A Joke

Following the recent increase in petroleum prices, the Integrated Social Development Centre (ISODEC), has said the deregulation of the petroleum sector has so far not benefited Ghanaians.

Petrol recently went up by 4 percent while diesel is up by 2 percent.

ISODEC to educate citizens towards issue-based campaign

Pursuant to its mission for 2016, the organization, with support from STAR-Ghana has kick-started a project that seeks to enhance the electoral processes and engagements for peaceful, credible and inclusive elections towards the long term goal of helping to deepen and consolidate democratic governance in Ghana.