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KNUST trains traditional Healers to improve products

One hundred members of the Ghana National Traditional Healers Association (GNTHA) are being trained by the Herbal Medicine Department of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) to improve upon the production and packaging of their products. The training is also to enable them to beat the competition from imported herbal products and to break through the international market. The Council for Technical and Vocational Education Training (COTVET), through their Skills Development Fund, is organizing the programme. Speaking to the media at the Koforidua workshop, Dr Kofi Annan, Head of the Department of Herbal Medicine at KNUST, » Read More

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