Ghana’s Solidarity Priority Fund Project gets €800 million boost

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Ghana’s Solidarity Priority Fund Project has gotten a boost after the government and France signed a €800 million financing agreement to facilitate its implementation.

The French government is looking forward to contributing to the culture of accountability through practical and concrete support to specific mechanisms, both at central and local level, involving the full range of stakeholders.

The deal was made up of 3 components, the first one involving the consolidation of the public sector accountability at central government level. The second component to be implemented will involve consolidation at local level in the Western region, and the third will allow innovation for social accountability.

French Ambassador for Ghana Frederic Clavier said that the whole project targets at strengthening reforms and making the realities involved in their implementation clearer to policy makers.

Both the public and private sectors will get involved effectively in this process according to Frederic. They will participate in the development processes through the implementation of the governance principles. He also urged them to keep Ghana in positive progresses as has been in the last decades.