This study examines the conditions that enable civil society organizations (CSOs) to influence political parties during election campaigns.
The current health system in Ghana is unfair and inefficient. It doesn’t have to be. The government can and should move fast to implement free health care for all citizens.
In 2008, Ghana made healthcare free for pregnant women, partly thanks to foreign aid money. These photos show how this has already helped hundreds of thousands of women – and what else aid can achieve.
Since the beginning of the 1980s, the agricultural sector has gradually dropped down the list of priorities for state development aid in West Africa, as well as that of national poli
User fees for health care are a life or death issue for millions of people in poor countries. Too poor to pay, women and children are paying with their lives.
Access to water and sanitation facilities in Ghana is low, particularly in rural areas. Only 50 percent of the rural population in Ghana has access to water.
Ghana has seen tremendous progress in development and poverty reduction in the last two decades.