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11TH SPECIAL MEETING - Summary of Minutes
SUMMARY OF THE 11TH SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT AUTHORIT...
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Program Implementation Agreement
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Ghana Power Compact
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- 13th March, 2017MiDA BOARD RECONSTITUTED
- 8th March, 2017MiDA COMMEMORATES INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY WITH MARKET WOMEN
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- 15th September, 2016NO WORKER WILL LOSE JOB — MiDA CEO ASSURES
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- 30th August, 2016LIST OF PRE-QUALIFIED AND SHORTLISTED ENTITIES FOR ECG PSP TRANSACTION
- 12th April, 2016UPDATED LIST OF COMPANIES THAT HAVE SUBMITTED EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR PSP IN ECG AS OF 11TH APRIL, 2016
Kumasi Consultations Report
The second regional consultation was held on July 3, 2012. Representatives from Ashanti, Brong-Ahafo and Western Region attended.
A total of 108 participants attended including representatives from NGOs, religious bodies, District assemblies, traditional rulers and civil society groups.
The Project Manager of Compact 2 development Mr. Albert Sowah gave a presentation on the issues being considered. The plenary session was followed by participants breaking into 3 syndicated groups to consider issues on:
Improved access to electricity,
Improved reliability of electricity supply and
improved financial standing of utilities.
Some of the salient points and suggestions from the Kumasi consultation are:
- Reduction in the over-dependence of hydro as a form of power generation,
- Invest in other forms of power,
- government must stop interfering in the work of the regulatory bodies in fixing tariffs,
- consider schools and hospitals in the rural areas where there is no electricity and
- Electricity Company of Ghana must be resourced to deliver quality and efficient power system.