• Establishment of the Graduate School of Nuclear and Allied Sciences
  • Construction of one floor storey building (Third stream) at the GAEC Basic Schools
  • Remodelling of former Chemistry building into a Guest House
  • Beautification and landscaping of GAEC Compound
  • Re-roofing and refurbishment of the new chemistry, RP BAFFOE, RPI/RPB and Administration blocks
  • Establishment of the office of Legal Affairs.
  • Establishment of Radiological and Medical Sciences Research Institute (RAMSRI)
  • The construction of National Accelerator building
  • Upgrading of the Gamma Irradiation facility.
  • Construction of maternity block, laboratories and other clinical facilities at the GAEC Clinic
  • Total outpatient attendance at the GAEC Clinic increased from 21000 to 32000 within the past five years
  • Child health clinic attendance rose from 3900 to 6900 within the past five years
  • Antenatal care attendance rose from 837 to 2780 within the past five years
  • GAEC successfully took over the management and the administration of the GAEC Junior High School during the period with the view of improving the infrastructure and the teaching and learning environment.
  • GAEC Security provided security against life and properties and also ensured a peaceful working environment for staff.
  • Improvement in preparation of financial statements over the years
  • Creation of GAEC website
  • The GAEC Library joined international network for nuclear libraries
  • Training MPhil, BSc, and HND students from the tertiary institutions all over the country. E.g. UCC, UG, KNUST and Polytechnics
  • DENIC organized national training course for engineers and technicians from companies and industries all over the country.
  • Training course on Microcontrollers and Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) systems for engineers and technicians from Tema Lube Oil Company Limited was organised.
  • Designed and developed Microcontroller-Based air conditioner and refrigeration protector.
  • Designed and developed AT89C2051 Microcontroller Based Water Level Indicator.
  • Designed and developed Automation of the Circular SLL-02 type cobalt 60 irradiator, which is category IV wet storage, formerly at RTC using Siemen Logo Programmable Logic Controller (PLC).
  • Designed and developed 8051 Microcontroller-Based Temperature monitor and control.
  • Designed and developed Compact PIC 16F877 Microcontroller-Based Temperature Monitor.
  • Designed and developed LCD digital clock /temperature.
  • Regulatory inspections, authorizations and enforcement of practices involving the use of radiation sources and x-ray devices extended to cover most facilities and personnel not being monitored including hospitals, clinics, mining companies and other industries, research institutions and teaching.
  • Completion of the new administrative block and laboratories of the Radiation Protection Institute.
  • Drafting of the Nuclear Regulatory Authority Bill which has been submitted to the sector ministry through the GAEC for further action by the government;
  • Increase in the number of research activities resulting in increased number of publications;
  • Training in Radiation Safety extended to cover most institutions that use radiation sources, radioactive materials irradiating devices such as X-ray devices;
  • Improvement in radiation and waste safety services resulting in increase in revenue generation.
  • The Institute successfully completed the Nuclear Security Support Centre meant for training in radiation safety and nuclear security and has been used for training, meetings and workshops.
  • Training of MPhil, BSc and HND students from the Universities and the Polytechnics
  • Radiation disinfestations of cereals and grains & legumes
  • Radiation preservation of fresh agricultural produce
  • Radiation sterilization of medical products
  • Upgrading of Gamma Radiation Source
  • Production and release of Tek Bankye mutant cassava variety in Collaboration with KNUST
  • Protocol for mass propagation of food and industrial crops
  • Commercial-scale production of quality planting materials of plantain/banana, pineapple and sweet potato for sale to farmers
  • Technique for mass rearing of tsetse flies and mosquitoes established
  • Pilot field trial of SIT for control of rieverine tsetse flies in Northern Ghana carried out.
  • Recognition and selection of BNARI’s entomology laboratory as a competent mass-rearing centre for supply of pupae under PATTEC.
  • Strengthening of Tuberculosis microscopy as a first-line screening tool in a high-risk population (such as the prisons) and in patients presenting at selected Health Centres.
  • Demographic Protocol Data, preliminarily generated from on-going studies, is now available to design more effective TB disease management models.
  • Evaluation of some complementary feeding programmes of the Ministry of Health in the Bongo district.
  • Evaluation of the impact of food supplements given by Opportunities Industrialisation Centre International (OICI) on nutritional status of people living with HIV/AIDS in Accra and Kumasi.
  • Conducted preliminary survey of patients undergoing mammography in selected medical facilities in Accra.
  • Application of ionising radiation for the diagnosis and the treatment of cancer and other degenerative disorders at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, with focus on radiotherapy, medical imaging and nuclear medicine.
  • Strengthened radiation protection in radiotherapy, nuclear medicine and diagnostic radiology.