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Budget must target the poor in society 

Budget must target the poor in society 

SEND GHANA, a civil society organisation, has urged government to ensure that its Budget Statement and Economic Policy targeted the ...
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SEND GHANA supports Finance Ministry to promote public participation in budget process

SEND GHANA supports Finance Ministry to promote public participation in budget process

The Ministry of Finance has requested SEND GHANA (SG), a non-governmental organisation, to develop a proposal on how to promote ...
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Fight corruption with the power of ICT and Social Media – SEND GHANA

Fight corruption with the power of ICT and Social Media – SEND GHANA

SEND GHANA, an anti-corruption Civil Society Organisation that seeks to promote good governance and transparency in Ghana, has urged citizens ...
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SEND GHANA hosts first Gender Model Family summit

SEND GHANA hosts first Gender Model Family summit

SEND GHANA  will hold  the first Gender Model Families (GMF) Summit  on 7 to 8 April, in Salaga, under the ...
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SEND GHANA calls for prudent use of oil resources

SEND GHANA calls for prudent use of oil resources

SEND GHANA, a budget tracking Civil Society Organisation that promotes good governance has argued that, prudent use of oil resources ...
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Social Accountability Vehicle Set in Motion

Social Accountability Vehicle Set in Motion

School infrastructure is everything from electricity, running water, safe buildings, tables, chairs, text books, and teachers. Without these things, a ...
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Social Accountability Vehicle Set in Motion

Social Accountability Vehicle Set in Motion

School infrastructure is everything from electricity, running water, safe buildings, tables, chairs, text books, and teachers. Without these things, a ...
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Social Accountability Vehicle Set in Motion

School infrastructure is everything from electricity, running water, safe buildings, tables, chairs, text books, and teachers. Without these things, a ...
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SEND-GHANA presents Biochemistry Analyzer to Bawku Hospital

SEND-GHANA presents Biochemistry Analyzer to Bawku Hospital

SEND-GHANA has presented a Biochemistry Analyzer to the Bawku Presbyterian Hospital in the Upper East Region ...
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Is Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme pro poor?

Is Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme pro poor?

For over two decades the Government of Ghana has initiated a number of policies and programmes geared towards facilitating the ...
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Is the Agriculture sector still the backbone of Ghana’s economy?

Is the Agriculture sector still the backbone of Ghana’s economy?

The agricultural sector is the breath of the economy of Ghana. A document published on Ghana’s Food and Agriculture Ministry ...
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Government urged to be more open to citizens

Government urged to be more open to citizens

At the recent presentation of Ghana’s budget statement and economic policy for the 2016 financial year, the Finance Minister, Mr ...
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Budgets must address concerns of women-WiLDAF Ghana

Budgets must address concerns of women-WiLDAF Ghana

Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF-Ghana) have called on government to formulate budget that addresses concerns of women ...
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SEND-GHANA organizes sensitization on NHIS Capitation

As part of SEND-GHANA's continuous efforts in complementing government's developmental agenda of providing quality service delivery to the poor, the ...
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SEND-GHANA organizes sensitization on NHIS Capitation

SEND-GHANA organizes sensitization on NHIS Capitation

As part of SEND-GHANA's continuous efforts in complementing government's developmental agenda of providing quality service delivery to the poor, the ...
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Allies in advocacy: a critical factor for success 

Allies in advocacy: a critical factor for success 

In the 80s and 90s, civil society saw advocacy as a process in which to bash, bash and bash government ...
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Ghana lacks transparency in preparation of annual budgets – Survey

Ghana, one of the 102 countries surveyed in the 2015 Open Budget Survey is struggling to promote budget transparency and ...
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Ghana lacks transparency in preparation of annual budgets - Survey

Ghana lacks transparency in preparation of annual budgets – Survey

Ghana, one of the 102 countries surveyed in the 2015 Open Budget Survey is struggling to promote budget transparency and ...
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Findings from the Open Budget Survey 2015: Are governments equipped to manage public resources?

Findings from the Open Budget Survey 2015: Are governments equipped to manage public resources?

The latest round of the Open Budget Survey — the world’s only independent, comparative assessment of budget transparency, participation, and ...
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“Leave no one behind” – UN ups ambition for new development goals

Cecylia, a Roma woman, left her home in southern Poland to escape the kind of racism that led to her ...
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