A Value for Money Analysis of ABFA-Funded Educational Projects in Three Senior High Schools

In fulfilment of our oversight role for the transparent, efficient, and equitable use and management of Ghana's petroleum revenues, the Africa Centre for energy Policy (ACEP), in partnership with Friedrich-EbertStiftung (FES) conducted a four-day field visit, beginning 11th July, 2017 to assess the social, economic, and environmental impact of oil revenue disbursement for the construction of assembly hall, dining hall, and a kitchen at Swedru School of Business in the Central Region of Ghana; payment for the construction of a 2-storey dormitory block at Dormaa Senior High School in the Brong Ahafo Region, and the Rehabilitation of the Science resource Centre at Nalerigu Senior High School in the Northern Region of Ghana. This VFM analysis shall form the basis for advocacy on efficient use of oil revenues for sustainable development.

The Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) was established in 2010 to contribute to development of alternative and innovative policy interventions through high-quality research, analysis and advocacy in the energy and extractives sector in Africa.

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