H.E. Martha A. Pobee delivering a statement on behalf of members of the Group of friends of the African Women Leaders Network at the High level open debate on sexual violence in conflict at the Security Council.
The Cammandant of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) Maj.Gen. Francis Ofori presenting a plaque to H.E Ambassador Martha A.A Pobee, Permanent Representative of Ghana to the UN. It is in recognition of the emence contribution of the Ghana Permanent Mission towards the successful organisation of the conference on the theme " Peacekeeping in Africa:Fostering Partnerships and Synergies " held at the at UN on Tuesday 12th November, 2019.
President Akufo-Addo address the 74th Session of The United Nations’ General Assembly on the Theme “Galvanizing Multilateral Efforts For Poverty Eradication, Quality Education, Climate Action And Inclusion”, 25th September, 2019, New York.
Secretary-General António Guterres (right) meets with His Royal Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, "Asantehene", King of the Ashanti Kingdom of the Republic of Ghana
Ambassador Martha A. Pobee, participated in the event and signed a commemorative book on behalf of Ghana.
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President Akufo-Addo meets UN Secretary
Welcome to The Permanent Mission of Ghana to the United Nations
The Ghana Permanent Mission to the United Nations
The Ghana Mission to the United Nations (GHANA MISSION) serves as the Ghana delegation to the United Nations. The Ghana Mission is responsible for carrying out the nation’s participation in the world body. Ghana was admitted to the United Nations on 8 March 1957, two days after it achieved independence from Britain. Ghana was previously known as the Gold Coast under British rule since 1821. In 1954, Kwame Nkrumah became Prime Minister and led the way to independence.