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Future of Energy Conference 2023 – Action Points

FEC explores Africa’s pathways towards curtailing energy poverty in the continent.

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A Gender Sensitivity Assessment of the ABFA Spending in Ghana

This study sought to assess the gendered dimension of ABFA expenditure in the agriculture, health, and education sectors vis-à-vis the peculiar needs of women

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Switching Gears: Protecting Ghana’s Economic Sustainability in the Face of Power Sector Risks

The power sector is heavy on the agenda of the IMF to redirect Ghana to the path of fiscal sustainability. To that extent,

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Breaking the Cycle of IMF Support: Addressing Governance Inefficiencies and Drivers of Public Debt in Ghana

In recent years, Ghana’s public debt has been steadily rising, and as of November 2022, it amounted to GHS 575 billion, with GHS 382.7 billion being external debt and GH¢193.1 billion domestic debt.

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Improving the Monitoring of Quarry Production with Remote Monitoring…

In most resource-rich countries, regulatory oversight and revenue mobilization efforts in the mining sector focus on precious minerals at the expense of industrial

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Brief: Tema Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Terminal Case Study

At the ongoing United Nations (UNFCCC) 27th Conference of the Parties (COP 27) in Egypt, Ghana’s President, Akufo-Addo, has pledged, along with other African presidents, to

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