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Is Ghana a 3rd world country?

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I would humbly suggest that answering this question depends a lot on how you define "a third world country" and whether you have statistics on recent past economic performance and on economic prospects which are as accurate and objective as possible. read more

Ghana is certainly not a 'first world country' in the modern usage, but does not suffer from the kinds of human rights abuse, intense poverty, and pronounced international exploitation that cripple many 'third world' countries. For comparison, Ghana as a nation is ranked above India, Nepal, and Liberia in terms of development, but below China, Egypt, and Iraq. read more

Ghanaians in Diaspora have been exposed to strategic thinking in the well developed countries are now beginning to ask questions why Ghana is still failing to grasp the nettle. All we need is any Government that runs the country to endeavour to work in partnership with Ghanaians in key positions globally as Chief Executives, Directors and Managers. read more

Yes, Ghana is or was a '3rd world' country. The term is outdated and meaningless, as it originally referred to countries political positions during the cold war. It is now mainly used by leftist political analysts to classify badly governed countries with a non white population. read more

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In 2009, designer Tina Tangalakis went on a volunteer trip to Ghana and instantly fell in love with the country and its people. It was from that trip that Della was born, a company that provides jobs, education, and skills training to women in Ghana.
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