Ghana, officially the Republic of Ghana, is a unitary presidential constitutional democracy, located along the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean Ghana means "Warrior King" in the Soninke language. A multicultural nation, Ghana has a population of approximately 27 million, spanning a variety of ethnic, linguistic and religious groups. Five percent of the population practices traditional faiths, 71.2% adhere to Christianity and 17.6% are Muslim. Its diverse geography and ecology ranges from coastal savannahs to tropical jungles.
Ghana has 87% enrollment for primary education, ranking it 110th in the world. The secondary education enrollment rate is at 62% which while not as much of a drop as we often see in African countries, could still be improved. Ghana has a good quality of education ranking 48th in the world.
Ghana has a universal health care system, until the establishment of the National Health Insurance Scheme, many people died because they did not have money to pay for their health care needs when they were taken ill. Since its inception, the country's health facilities have seen a constant rise in patient numbers and a considerable reduction in deaths.
35% of the Ghanaian population are internet users, which ranks it 94th in the world, it also ranks 92nd for ICT use. Access to smartphones has increased connectivity with Ghana Ranking 50th for Mobile-Broadband subscriptions, with 71 in 100 of the population with active subscriptions.
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