Future of Ghana
Terms & Conditions
Last updated: 10th April 2021
The futureofghana.com website (the “Website”) is managed and operated by Future of Ghana (“we” or “us”). In these Terms and Conditions we will refer to you as “you” and “your”. These Terms and Conditions form a legally binding agreement between you and us. We would ask that you take the time to carefully read these Terms and Conditions. The Terms and Conditions explain a number of things including the rules covering your use of the Website, as well as other information regarding your rights for instance.
By using the Website, you’ll be confirming that you have read and understood and agree to these Terms and Conditions. These Terms and Conditions may change from time to time and, if they do, the up-to-date version will always be available on the Website. We will indicate at the top of these Terms and Conditions when they were last updated.
Please ensure that you regularly check the Terms and Conditions to view any changes which may have been made, because by continuing to use the Website after these Terms and Conditions have changed, you will be confirming that you have read and understood, and agreed to be bound by, any revised Terms and Conditions.
Your Information and Privacy
Third Party Content
The Website may contain some content which does not come from us, whether such content is posted by users or otherwise comes from anyone other than us (together, “Third Party Content”). Because of the open nature of the Website, this Third Party Content is not approved by us. We have to state that any views expressed in such Third Party Content may not represent our views and that we shall not be responsible or liable for any Third Party Content or for the consequences of the use of it.
We will include on the Website Third Party Content that is personal opinion and political or controversial in its nature. These views do not necessarily reflect our views and we cannot accept any responsibility for those views.
We may keep an eye on Third Party Content from time to time but please note that we have no obligation to police it. If we have any concerns, we may remove Third Party Content from the Website without or with notice.
If you have any concerns about content appearing on the Website, please contact us using email@example.com.
Protecting the online privacy of children is especially very important to us. By accessing the Website or providing us with any of your personal information, you’ll be representing and warranting that you are 18 or older and that you agree to these Terms and Conditions. If you are under the age of 18 years old, please do not attempt to use the Website and do not provide us with your name, contact details or any other information about yourself. If we reasonably believe a user to be under 18, we may need to remove their details provided by them from our Website and our records.
Third Party Content and Website Guest Blogs
Third Party Content and Guest blogs posted on our Website don’t necessarily represent the views of the Future of Ghana. Any positive or other review of any service or any other thing does not constitute a recommendation, endorsement or guarantee by us and we make no representation as to quality. All ratings are intended as a guideline only and we do not guarantee their accuracy.
We make no endorsements, recommendations, guarantees or representations in relation to any services or any other things that are the subject of reviews or other articles published on the Website. The reviews don’t necessarily represent our views. Please read these terms and conditions for further details.
Future of Ghana will not be responsible or liable for any injury, loss or damage incurred or suffered as a result of any review. This paragraph only applies to the extent that it can in accordance with applicable laws.
We have been advised that we need to include this paragraph which basically requires you to protect us against people suing us or them for something bad happening in connection with your use of the Website or your behaviour:
In using the Website you agree to indemnify and hold harmless Future of Ghana our respective officers, directors, employees, volunteers, representatives and agents (and you shall continue to indemnify them and hold them harmless) in respect of all losses, liabilities, costs, claims, damages and demands suffered in connection with your conduct in using the Website, your behaviour towards us, our representatives, other users, any breach of law, any breach of these Terms and Conditions or any breach of any third party’s rights.
All text, graphics, audio, video or image files, content, software, applications and information displayed on or available from the Website, and all copyright, trade mark rights, design rights and other intellectual property rights in them (together, the “Proprietary Content”) are the property of Future of Ghana, our users, suppliers or licensors. This includes, without limitation, the organisation and lay-out of the Website and the underlying software that is owned by us, our users, suppliers or licensors.
By using the Website you’re agreeing that Proprietary Content is available for personal use only and that you will not copy, reproduce, publish, distribute or dispose of in any way any Proprietary Content. Neither the Future of Ghana name, trade mark, logo or design may be used or copied in any manner.
Links to Other Sites
The Website provides, amongst other things, convenient links to other Future of Ghana websites. You can also contact the Future of Ghana connected organisations directly through their Website. The Website may also contain links to other third party websites, resources, advertisements or sponsorships.
We reserve the right to remove a link at any time.
When using the Website, you may get pop-ups occasionally. We use these for many reasons, like competition entry forms, signing up to our newsletters and questionnaires to help us improve our service to you. Pop-up boxes from the Website are clearly marked with a heading from “www.futureofghana.com”.
You might also get pop-up boxes from other Future of Ghana partners. Again you should be able to identify these, as they should be marked with a heading from Future of Ghana.
You might also get pop-up ads from third parties. These may appear due to software you have installed, deliberately or unknowingly, on your computer. Unfortunately, we cannot control these pop-up boxes because they haven’t come from us.
We do not endorse any website or product which appears in any pop-ups which do not come from us.
If you have trouble using the Website with certain web browsers or other software or if you want to let us know how we can improve accessibility, please let us know by contacting us via firstname.lastname@example.org. We appreciate your feedback and your suggestions will help us to improve our service for you.
Website information and downtime
The Website may be unavailable occasionally for maintenance, updating or otherwise. Where this happens we sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. However, we shall not be liable for any loss, damages or inconvenience resulting from such unavailability.
We take great care in seeking to present accurate, transparent and useful information to you as a valuable user. However, as an open platform there is content on the Website which is not generated by us, for example Third Party Content, as described above. Therefore, we should let you know that information on the Website might be out of date, incomplete, contain some errors or be in some way unreliable. Just to be sure, please check any information obtained from the Website before acting upon it in any way.
Please note that we may make changes to the Website, its functions and services from time to time.
Other Limitations on Liability
It is important to note that using the internet does have its dangers. Our aim is to ensure a reliable and secure service and to protect your personal information. However we cannot take responsibility for:
any breach of security of the Website;
any damage, loss or corruption of any data, information or material;
any viruses or other malicious programs that may infect your computer equipment or other property; or
any breach of security by hackers in relation to the Website.