Institutional Development & Governance

Institutional Development and Governance involves building and strengthening organs of state to operate separately in accordance with the doctrine of separation of powers but also serving as checks and balances on each other, and complementing each other in the process of social, economic and environmental development. 

Effective and efficient institutions are the mortar that holds together the bricks of development, without which development becomes costly, elusive and painfully slow. 
Institutional Development and Governance in Ghana focuses on these broad range of issues: 
1. Democratic governance
2. Local governance and decentralization
3. Public accountability 
4. Public policy development and management 
5. Public institutional reforms and transformation
6. Corruption and economic crimes
7. Law and order
8. Human security and public safety
9. Civil society and civic engagement 
10. Promoting attitudinal change and patriotism
11. Development communication
12. Culture for national development and 
13. Ghana’s role in international affairs

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