1. Observations From Afar: Half Term Report On Ghana – January To June

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    August 8, 2021 by Papa_Badu@Cdlele

    Observations from Afar: half term report – January to June 2021. Job 32:17 – 21 At least the second term government of Nana …
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  2. Proposal from afar: reducing the number of ministries and making them more effective

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    January 12, 2021 by Papa_Badu@Cdlele

    The President took office on 7th of January. As this is a continuation government, I expect that the inner circle …
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  3. Hamile to Elubo – observations, rantings and learnings from the 2020 general elections

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    January 12, 2021 by Papa_Badu@Cdlele

    Proverbs 31:8-9 Electoral Commission and self inflicted injury The Electoral Commission (EC) is no victim, even if it was, it’s …
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  4. HEALTH CARE POLICY

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    November 26, 2012 by Papa_Badu@Cdlele

    CONTEXT FOR REFORM Ghana’s health system is characterised by rising cost and lack of a sustainable financing model; limited availability …
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  5. FOOD SECURITY & AGRICULTURE POLICY

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    November 26, 2012 by Papa_Badu@Cdlele

    CONTEXT FOR REFORM Famine, dry lands, banning of exports of foods (33 countries enacted export bans between 2007 & 2011), …
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  6. ECONOMY, INFRASTRUCTURE & COMPETITIVENESS

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    November 26, 2012 by Papa_Badu@Cdlele

    CONTEXT FOR REFORM Ghana has gone a long way and making strides in growth and development. It has achieved good …
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  7. GOVERNANCE AND DEMOCRATIC DELIVERY

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    November 17, 2012 by Papa_Badu@Cdlele

    Security Services Armed Forces Promote and maintain and professionalised non-partisan & competent forces that is able to confront the growing …
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  8. HOUSING POLICY

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    November 17, 2012 by Papa_Badu@Cdlele

    CONTEXT FOR REFORM Ghana has a serious housing problem caused by: rapid and unplanned urbanisation, poor housing and planning systems, …
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  9. HEALTH CARE POLICY

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    November 17, 2012 by Papa_Badu@Cdlele

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  10. Schools Policy for Ghana

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    November 4, 2012 by Papa_Badu@Cdlele

    CONTEXT FOR REFORM Ghana’s school system is a mishmash of poor, fair and good. Most schools outside the big metropolitan …
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