Today morning, a meeting of the steering committee of this collaboration project was organized at the Residence of France. This Priority Solidarity Fund (FSP) project aims at improving living conditions through a more rational and transparent use of public services. This 3 year Franco-Ghanaian project was started with a funding of 800 000 euros.
Mr. Alhaji Collins Dauda, the Honorable Minister of Local Government and Rural Development (MGLRD) and Mr. Alhassan Azong, the honorable Minister of Public Sector Reform Secretariat attended this meeting. All participants reviewed the actions implemented so far and decided the forthcoming plan. “Administrative reforms remain a key point in modernization of the Ghanaian economy and society, like any other country in the world” said HE Francois Pujolas, the French ambassador to Ghana.