This brochure highlights UNDP Ghana’s strategic focus areas for 2018-2022. The activities for the country office in Ghana for the next five years is focusing on two programme pillars. These are accountable, transparent and responsive governance, and green, equitable, and resilient development.
According to the latest Human Development Index, people living in the very high human development countries can expect to live 19 years longer, and spend seven more years in school, than those living in the group of low human development countries.
Through a solar-powered irrigation project supported by the Energy Commission of Ghana and UNDP, smallholder farmers in the four communities of Tamalgu, Nakpanduri, Datoyili and Fooshegu can now irrigate their farm fields regularly.
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