Ghana Surveyors a place for all Ghana Surveyors and related geospatial professionals to gather and discuss problems and get solutions to local and worldwide topics related to land surveying in Ghana.
Professor J.S.Y. Kuma, Vice Chancellor of the University of Mines and Technology (UMAT), has urged surveyors to respect their professional ethics, by inspecting field work before appending their…Read more →
Good news to students in geospatial field in Ghana!HERE, a Nokia company, formerly Navteq is looking to start student mapping programs in higher institute of education in Ghana. This will come with…Read more →
As we all know, our profession is one of the oldest on planet earth, probably the oldest in the entire universe. Surveying is advancing in all areas of human life, we are virtually everywhere now and…Read more →
Ghana Surveyors, Land Surveyors United now has many members in Ghana. Please feel free to join your group of professionals here in discussion. What is the status of the profession of surveying in…Read more →