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  • Twumasi, Daniel (2013-04)
    In Ghana, many media houses, both radio and television, have sprung up and thus have increased the level of competition amongst them. Advertisement is one area where media houses try to have an edge over their ...
  • Niyonkuru, Gedeon (2018-04)
    Whether formal or informal, communication is very important for any two or more parties that need to work with each other. After four years as member of Rwandan Diaspora in Ghana, I have realized that the existing ...
  • Wachira, Benson Murimi (2016-04)
    Searching for a property for sale or rent is cumbersome and expensive in Kenya since you reply on the help real estate brokers provide in acquiring a property. This project seeks to find an efficient way of advertising ...
  • Adu, Alex Kwasi Nkonim (Ashesi University, 2018-04)
    Transportation has played a vital role in the development of societies globally. The quality of services provided by a country’s transportation sector directly influences the productivity of a country’s citizens. In Ghana, ...
  • Odarteifio, Steven (2012-04)
    In this era of technological outburst and advancement, it has become very necessary for organizations and institutions to keep abreast with all developments. Technology introduced in any department of an organization ...
  • Saarkwah, Jennifer (2018-04)
    Autism Awareness Care and Training (AACT) is an NGO which seeks to create an inclusive environment for children who are faced with Autism Disorder Spectrum. The organization achieves its goals by providing training ...
  • Okai, Deborah Esi (2020-05)
    The rapid growth of Accra and its associated increase in consumption have resulted in the generation of a large amount of solid waste, especially plastic waste. In fact, 300 metric tonnes of plastic waste is generated ...
  • Panashe, Jennipher Alista (Ashesi University, 2019-04)
    The main purpose of the project is to convert polyethylenetetraphylate (PET), a known plastic waste material in Ghana, to wealth. Composite samples were produced by heating aggregates together with shredded PET plastic ...
  • Panashe, Jennifer Alista; Danyuo, Yiporo (MRS Advances, 2020)
    This paper presents a recent study on recycling poly-ethylene-tetraphylate (PET), known as plastic waste material in Ghana, to wealth. Composites were produced by heating aggregates together with shredded PET plastic waste ...
  • Osei, Maame Yaa (2020)
    Machine learning models have gained prevalence in the world we live in today. Currently, they are employed in different fields to automate the decision-making process of various institutions. With the increasing availability ...
  • Barakat, Abdelrahman Ayman (2013-04)
    The campus of Ashesi University Collage has a unique architecture which creates a relaxing feeling for the people who work there or visit it. Even though this is true for most spaces on campus, there are some spaces on ...
  • Jobe, Wuyeh (2019-04)
    Across the continent of Africa, there are young people who use their experience in farming and knowledge in business to engage in agriculture in a whole new way. Unlike traditional farmers, these young people are in ...
  • Haizel, Maame Afua (2019-04)
    Vodafone Ghana previously, Ghana Telecom is a company in the telecommunications industry in Ghana that delivers a widespread of services including voice, messaging, data and fixed communications. In increasing ...
  • Biney, Afua Serwaa (2010-12)
    The Little Acre Hotel is a 2-star hotel located in Aburi, on the Akwapim ridge of the Eastern Region of Ghana. It has been in existence f or about thirteen years and currently does not have an ...
  • Abisa, Avitiduen (2013-04)
    This dissertation investigates the effect of the rise of football agency on Ghanaian football. This paper looks to highlight the different opinions on the activities of football agents and analyze its effect on football ...
  • Likudie, Perpetual Yaa Mawuse (2020-05)
    To make the most out of investment choices, investment advisors need to understand the risk propensity that an investor can tolerate. However, measuring this risk propensity is very difficult, as it must be quantified. ...
  • Wangari, Rahab (2016-04)
    The project seeks to develop an easier way of reporting traffic offences which reduces time wastage and corruption. The project also provides an option for using mobile money and Visa/MasterCard to instantly pay for ...
  • Busumtwi, Kwadwo (2016-04)
    Ghana needs more innovative thinkers and problem solvers to ensure sustainable growth for years to come. In the past, there have been revisions made to the Ghana educational curriculum to assist in development. Despite ...
  • Iliasov, Alexei; Stankaitis, Paulius; Adjepon-Yamoah, David; Romanovsky, Alexander (Springer, Cham, 2016-05)
    We briefly present the motivation, architecture and usage experience as well as proof statistics for a new Rodin Platform proof back-end based on the Why3 umbrella prover. Why3 offers a simple and versatile notation as a ...
  • Boakye, Akuba Agyeman (2010-04)
    This dissertation analyzed the role of culture in Human Resource Training and Development practices through a qualitative study of ProCredit Ghana Ltd. The guiding theory for the work was the 'Model of Culture Fit' ...

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