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What we do in Ghana
A member of the Open Government Partnership (OGP) since 2011, Ghana has made significant commitments to improving its accountability over the past several years, guided by its OGP national action plans.
However, despite positive economic growth and progress against development indicators, the country faces serious and persistent governance challenges around the quality of public services including energy, education, water and health services.
To support improvements in public services, Making All Voices Count projects in Ghana focus on increasing public participation in government budgeting processes, ensuring that ordinary people have a voice in how public money is being spent, and making government data open, available and accessible to the public.
“Ghana consistently ranks among the top three countries in Africa for freedom of the press and freedom of speech - World Bank, 2015”
Research & Learning
PUBLICATION | December 19, 2016
Crowdsourcing citizen feedback on district development in Ghana using interactive…
PUBLICATION | November 30, 2016
How does government responsiveness come about? The politics of accountability…
PUBLICATION | January 31, 2016
When does the state listen?
PUBLICATION | December 12, 2014
Making All Voices Count strategy synthesis