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Ambassador at Podium
February 19, 2015

Nungua, Accra, Ghana - February 19, 2015, the Minister of Education, Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyeman and the United States Ambassador to Ghana, Gene A. Cretz, inaugurated a newly-furnished two-story Municipal Directorate of Education Office complex for the Ledzokuku Krowor Municipality.  

This structure will provide adequate office space to support and motivate school administrators who oversee and ensure quality basic education for Ghanaian children. It consists of 13 office rooms, one conference hall, four washrooms, one kitchenette, and a store room.

The Ledzokuku Municipal Education Office is one of the 15 new district education offices the U.S. Government is funding through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) for the Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service.   

February 11, 2015

On January 27, community members gathered with village chiefs, national, and international dignitaries for a ribbon-cutting at the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center in Nkwanta South District. The center is the first of its kind for the region and for Ghana, and will play a critical role in planned prevention of malnourishment for children under the age of five.  USAID Ghana's Deputy Mission Director Andy Karas called it, “a hub of hope.”

February 9, 2015

Ghana Statistical Profile

January 22, 2015

The USAID Ghana's Mission Director, Mr. James A. Bever, and UNICEF Country Representative for Ghana, Ms. Susan Namondo Ngongi, signed an agreement on January 22, 2015 that reinforces USAID’s and UNICEF’s partnership with the Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service to improve the quality of education in Ghana. Through the agreement, USAID will provide UNICEF with $14.5 million to expand its work on improving learning outcomes and fostering more inclusive basic education in Ghana.

USAID Ghana Launches the 2014 Indoor Residual Spraying Program to Fight Malaria
April 14, 2014

For Immediate Release

April 11, 2014

USAID Ghana Launches the 2014 Indoor Residual Spraying Program to Fight Malaria

April 9, 2014

One of Ghana’s most paramount constraints to economic growth is unreliable and inadequate supply of electric power, with only 2,450 MW of installed generation capacity to serve a population of 25 million. The Government of Ghana (GOG) has committed to increase the total installed power generation capacity to 5,000 MW by 2016, including 10 percent from renewable sources. As part of this effort, independent power producers have created 546 mega-watts (MW) of generation capacity, and another private producer is nearing financial close and will ultimately produce 348 MW.


Last updated: February 20, 2015

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