The Daily Graphic says though the country has done well over the years in the fight against HIV/AIDS, more sustained actions is still needed to ensure it is won completely. The paper is happy measures have been put in place by the Ghana AIDS Commission to meet the 90-90-90 targets by 2020, as the country now knows the exact number of people living with HIV and AIDS. It urges all Ghanaian’s to go for voluntary counseling and testing to know their status, to help those who are negative to live more responsibly and those tested positive to take anti-retrovirus to help them live better and healthy lives.
The Ghanaian Times praises the contributions of Civil Society Organisations to socio-economic development, especially in addressing challenges facing the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals ”SDGs”. The paper notes with keen interest the description of Ghana’s performance so far as being a mixture of success and challenges. The paper says, it would not shirk its responsibility of holding duty bearers accountable to make the implementation of the ”SDGs”, a success. The Times is optimistic that, with positive moves to implement the SDGs, there is hope that Ghana can address its socio-economic challenges and protect the environment for future generations which is ultimately the way to go.