CLOSED CONSULTATIONS


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Accra Metropolitan Assembly

Smart Metering

We're seeking views on proposals to improve non-domestic consumers' awareness of smart meters and access to their data. Read More...

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Consultations Period: Thu February 28, 2019 - Thu February 28, 2019

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Ministry of Trade and Industry

Cashew Policy

Policy on production, distribution and management of cashew and its related produce Read More...

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Consultations Period: Wed February 13, 2019 - Wed February 13, 2019

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Ministry of Trade and Industry

Guidelines for Public Consultations

The Business Regulations Portal (GBRP) is a project of the Department for International Development (“DFID”) created and developed by third party for the Government of Ghana through the Ministry of Trade and Industry (“MOTI”). It is portal designed to engage the general public for the discussions and scrutiny of prospective business laws. It is not an avenue to discuss any other prospective laws of Ghana and has been designed as such to enhance access to information and promote investment. Read More...

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Consultations Period: Tue February 26, 2019 - Tue February 26, 2019

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Ministry of Trade and Industry

National MSME Policy

The MSME sector is an important strategic sector in the overall policy objectives of the Government of Ghana and a driver of change for inclusive economic growth, regional development, employment generation and poverty reduction. The MSME sector is seen as a tool to transform lagging regions and districts into emerging regions and districts of prosperity.
MSMEs serve as a major source of employment, and their capacity to create jobs can be enhanced through the provision of targeted support. To this end, Government is determined to create an entrepreneurial culture, especially among the youth, and has launched the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NEIP), to support start-ups and early-stage businesses with financing and business development services, including incubator hubs and business accelerator services.
Formalizing the informal economy is also an important medium-term goal of Government. The strategy aims at rapidly and sustainably expanding financial inclusion by: deepening the reach of financial services; improving financial literacy, especially among the youth and women in the informal sector; improving access to finance for informal sector operators and agricultural enterprises in the rural areas; and strengthening consumer financial protection. Targeted support will be given to MSMEs to enhance their capacity to create more jobs of better quality. Read More...

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Consultations Period: Thu July 18, 2019 - Thu July 18, 2019

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Ministry of Trade and Industry

National Health Policy: Ensuring healthy lives for all

This policy derives inspiration from the Directive Principles of State Policy in Article 34 (2) of the 1992 Constitution of the Republic of Ghana-which among others requires the state to ensure the realization of the right to good healthcare for people living in Ghana irrespective of colour, race, geographical location, religion and political affiliation.It is expected that all political actors shall be guided by the tenets of this policy and provide the needed leadership and support for its implementation.
It has also been inspired by the overall national medium-term policy development framework developed by the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC), as well as the Coordinated Programme of Economic and Social Development Policies (2017-2024). The policy recognizes several global, regional and sub-regional compacts and policy frameworks.
The following, among others, are mentioned here: the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on the theme, “Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”, the International Health Regulations (IHR 2005), the Astana Declaration on Primary Health Care (PHC), the African Union (AU) Vision 2063: “The Africa We Want”, the ECOWAS Vision 2020, the African Health Strategy (2016- 2030) and the Africa Health Transformation Agenda (2015-2020) Read More...

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Consultations Period: Wed August 12, 2020 - Wed August 12, 2020