GGA Reporter
OUT NOW: Africa in Fact – Issue 63

OUT NOW: Africa in Fact – Issue 63

Africa in Fact This edition of Africa in Fact focuses on Africa’s girls, 308 million of them under the age of 18, far too many of whom find themselves at the bottom of the ladder when it comes to accessing health, education, and the other tools that offer the promise...

Economic downturn in Ghana

Economic downturn in Ghana

Managers of Ghana’s economy are being called to rise to the occasion in the face of worsening economic fundamentals across all critical sectors of the economy. From the downgrading of credit ratings to the depreciation of the country’s currency (the cedi) and inflation reaching a record high over the last 25 years, businesses’ survival and people’s livelihoods are at risk. The Government of Ghana (GoG), led by H.E. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, is now racing against time to rescue this dire economic situation, in the second largest economy in West Africa, by introducing urgent and difficult interventions. These include an application for an extended IMF credit facility, an injection of fresh capital from syndicated loans, and more cuts in government expenditure. However, it is yet to be seen if these measures will be enough to stop further economic decline in the face of Ghana being continually blocked from the international bond market, and the low levels of internal revenue inflows.

AGA Conference (Thank You)

Thank You for your RSVP This no-cost, three-day, in-person event will bring together expert researchers and law enforcement practitioners from South Africa, across Africa and the United States to share lessons on best tactics, strategies, and policies to combat...

Ghana seeks IMF support amidst the rising cost of living

Ghana seeks IMF support amidst the rising cost of living

Opinion from GGA-WARO: After months of intense debate on various public platforms in Ghana over the dire economic situation in Ghana, the Akuffo Addo-led government of Ghana finally seeks a bailout from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). On the 1st of July 2022,...

Celebrating Africa

Celebrating Africa

It’s #AfricaDay and Good Governance Africa is inviting you to celebrate Africa in all it's glory. For a visual celebration of our continent's rich arts, culture and heritage and a deeper understanding of your continent, download our interactive map. This is a feast of...

Trophy hunting in South Africa – is it worth it

Trophy hunting in South Africa – is it worth it

Trophy hunting in South Africa: is it worth it? An evaluation of South Africa’s policy decision to elevate trophy hunting as a key conservation tool Trophy hunting, especially of iconic or endangered species, is a controversial subject. Scientists are increasingly...

GGA Reporter
OUT NOW: Africa in Fact – Issue 63

OUT NOW: Africa in Fact – Issue 63

Africa in Fact This edition of Africa in Fact focuses on Africa’s girls, 308 million of them under the age of 18, far too many of whom find themselves at the bottom of the ladder when it comes to accessing health, education, and the other tools that offer the promise...

Economic downturn in Ghana

Economic downturn in Ghana

Managers of Ghana’s economy are being called to rise to the occasion in the face of worsening economic fundamentals across all critical sectors of the economy. From the downgrading of credit ratings to the depreciation of the country’s currency (the cedi) and inflation reaching a record high over the last 25 years, businesses’ survival and people’s livelihoods are at risk. The Government of Ghana (GoG), led by H.E. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, is now racing against time to rescue this dire economic situation, in the second largest economy in West Africa, by introducing urgent and difficult interventions. These include an application for an extended IMF credit facility, an injection of fresh capital from syndicated loans, and more cuts in government expenditure. However, it is yet to be seen if these measures will be enough to stop further economic decline in the face of Ghana being continually blocked from the international bond market, and the low levels of internal revenue inflows.

AGA Conference (Thank You)

Thank You for your RSVP This no-cost, three-day, in-person event will bring together expert researchers and law enforcement practitioners from South Africa, across Africa and the United States to share lessons on best tactics, strategies, and policies to combat...

Celebrating Africa

Celebrating Africa

It’s #AfricaDay and Good Governance Africa is inviting you to celebrate Africa in all it's glory. For a visual celebration of our continent's rich arts, culture and heritage and a deeper understanding of your continent, download our interactive map. This is a feast of...

Trophy hunting in South Africa – is it worth it

Trophy hunting in South Africa – is it worth it

Trophy hunting in South Africa: is it worth it? An evaluation of South Africa’s policy decision to elevate trophy hunting as a key conservation tool Trophy hunting, especially of iconic or endangered species, is a controversial subject. Scientists are increasingly...