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  • Implementation of MDG Acceleration Framework (MAF) as a Strategy to Overcome Inequalities in Access to Maternal Health Services in Ghana
    Jul 5, 2017

    This report by UNDP shares Ghana’s experience in the development of the MAF for MDG 5. It identifies gaps in Ghana’s existing policies and programmes which inhibit the attainment of MDG 5; maps the various steps in the development of the MAF for MDG 5; identifies the bottlenecks and solutions to the attainment of MDG 5; outlines the successes and challenges of the MAF process; and makes recommendations for other countries intending to develop MAFs.

  • Ghana Country Note: African Economic Outlook 2017
    Jul 5, 2017

    This Ghana Country Note is extracted from the 2017 African Economic Outlook (AEO), an annual publication of the African Development Bank in conjunction with OECD and UNDP. The 2017 AEO was based on the theme, “Entrepreneurship and Industrialization”. According to the outlook, Ghana’s economy is projected to recover to 7.1% in 2017 and grow to 8.0% in 2018.

  • Ghana Country Note: African Economic Outlook 2016
    Jul 5, 2017

    This Ghana Country Note is extracted from the 2016 African Economic Outlook (AEO), an annual publication of the African Development Bank in conjunction with OECD and UNDP. The 2016 AEO was based on the theme, “Sustainable Cities and Structural Transformation”. According to the outlook, Ghana’s economy is projected to grow by 5.8% in 2016 and 8.7% in 2017.

  • Ghana Post-2015 Development Agenda Consultation: Localization Report
    Jul 5, 2017

    This report is the outcome of Ghana’s Second National Consultation on the Post-2015 Development Agenda and it was based on the theme of ‘Localizing the Post-2015 Agenda’. Ghana was one of the countries selected to undertake in-country consultations that focus on a post-2015 global development agenda captioned “The World We Want”.

  • Ghana Country Note: African Economic Outlook 2014
    Jul 5, 2017

    This Ghana Country Note is extracted from the 2014 African Economic Outlook (AEO), an annual publication of the African Development Bank in conjunction with OECD and UNDP. The 2014 AEO was based on the theme, “Global Value Chains and Africa’s Industrialization”. According to the outlook, Ghana’s economy is projected to maintain robust growth of 8% over the medium term to 2015.

  • 2004 Ghana Millennium Development Goals Report
    Jul 4, 2017

    The 2004 Ghana Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Report, the second in the biennial series, was published in 2004. The report assesses Ghana’s performance and progress towards the realization of the MDGs since the 2002 report.

  • 2004 Ghana Human Development Report
    Jun 30, 2017

    The 2004 Ghana National Human Development Report was based on the theme, ‘Breaking the HIV/AIDS Chain: A Human Development Challenge’. The report presents the various initiatives that are being taken to combat the disease, highlighting especially the best practices, but also noting the less effective methods.

  • 2007 Ghana Human Development Report
    Jun 30, 2017

    The 2007 Ghana National Human Development Report was themed, “Towards a more inclusive society”. The report analyses the status of human development in Ghana and examines relevant indicators for measuring exclusion from it. It also examines the different manifestations of exclusion and reviews gaps to inclusion in various areas of national development.

  • Leveraging Fiscal Space for Human Development in Ghana: The 2015 MDG Targets and Beyond
    Jun 29, 2017

    This is the first of two reports commissioned by UNDP Ghana on fiscal space for human development. The report reviews the potential for expanding Ghana’s fiscal space to support human development objectives along its four main ‘pillars’ of Domestic revenue, Official Development Aid (ODA), Borrowing, and Increased Efficiency and Reallocation, in light of Ghana’s recent socio-economic performance and the challenges ahead.

  • Primary Commodity Booms and Busts: Emerging Lessons from Sub-Saharan Africa
    May 17, 2016

    This flagship report by UNDP’s Regional Bureau for Africa (RBA) presents emerging lessons from Sub-Saharan Africa on primary commodity booms. It argues that with the right policies in place, commodity-dependent countries can achieve rapid growth and aims to inform countries that depend on primary commodities on how to maximize the development impact of their policy regimes.

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