FAO and the Government of Ghana have signed the Country Programming Framework (CPF), defining the priorities for collaboration in support of Ghana’s national development.
With an estimated budget of USD 31.6 million for the development of agriculture and sustainable environment, the CPF will provide an opportunity to improve the effectiveness and impact of FAO’s work in the country and draws on FAO’s comparative advantage whilst ensuring that its programmes are coherent with national and corporate priorities.
The agreement was signed by Clement Humado, Minister of Food and Agriculture, and Ato Forson, Deputy Minister of Finance, on behalf of the Ghana Government and Lamourdia Thiombiano, the Deputy Regional Representative and FAO Country Representative to Ghana, on behalf of FAO.
In an address at the signing ceremony, Humado expressed the government’s willingness to partner with FAO to mobilise and direct resources and technical expertise in the three priority areas of the CPF…
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