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The Country Director of Send-Ghana, Mr George Osei-Bimpeh , has stated that for good and accountable governance to thrive, various stakeholders and most especially Metropolitan ,Municipal and District Assemblies(MMDAs) must partner effectively with Civil Society Organisations(CSOs) to bring it to fruition.
SEND-GHANA, a policy research and social enterprise advocacy group, has commended government for publishing the 2015 Citizens Budget in English and in some local languages.
OUR RIGHT TO KNOW: ENHANCING BUDGET TRANSPERENCY, ACCOUNTABILITY AND PARTICIPATIONSeptember 28 each year has been set aside by the global community as the International Right to Know Day. On this day SEND Ghana, the Ghana Aid Effectiveness Forum is joining the Global Movement for Budget Transparency, Accountability and Participation (BTAP)…
SEND-GHANA on 9th May, 2014, launched its latest District Assemblies Common Fund (DACF) research report titled “Making the Two Percent of the District Assemblies Common Fund Work for Persons with Disability," in Accra.
Participants at stakeholder’s consultative meeting in Accra on 24 June have called on Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to work closely with each other in order tomaximize the impact of development interventions at the local level.
A report of the Fourth World Conference on Women, Beijing, 4-15 September 1997 reveals that mainstreaming a gender perspective is the process of assessing the implications for women and men of any planned action, including legislation, policies or programmes, in all areas and at all levels.
Land remains the major source of livelihood for rural populations all over the world. In Ghana land is one of the most important productive assets for about 73.4% of the rural population whose major livelihood activity is predominantly agriculture (Based on 2010 Population and Housing Census). Nearly 30% of Ghanaians…
Every Gender Sensitive Indicator is supposed to measure the gap between men and women; the different roles, responsibilities and access to resources of different members of society; gauge progress towards achieving gender equality goals. Others are to encourage the integration of gender equality issues; disaggregate data by sex, age and…
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