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Launch of 2020 Assembly Members' Orientation Programme takes off

23 March, 2020

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23 March, 2020

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Greater Accra Orientation Programme

23 March, 2020

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Local Government Ministry launches Local Economic Development Policy

23 March, 2020

Government adds 32 new districts. There are many variations of passages of Lorem Ipsum available, but the majority have suffered alteration in some form, by injected humour, or randomised words which don't look even slightly believable.

Official Launch-Assembly Members Orientation

23 March, 2020

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23 March, 2020

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ILGS Opinion Piece: Advancing Local Government Reforms in Ghana: A Shift not a Shake Up.By Ivy A. Adorboe, Institute of Local Government Studies, Accra

21 April, 2021

Advancing Local Government Reforms in Ghana: A Shift not a Shake Up

By Ivy A. Adorboe, Institute of Local Government Studies, Accra

The service orientation of Ghana’s local government system has been practiced for over thirty years with reoccurring challenges such as poor engagement between citizens and local government functionaries, ineffective delivery of basic services such as drainage, sanitation and waste management, and uncontrolled development and sprawls to list a few. While the current system has brought government closer to where people live, its weaknesses are overwhelming. Hence the need to shift gear as the Director General of the National Development Planning Commission advocated for in his recent speech on Ghana’s decentralisation

I will at all times rally my support for MMDCEs elections - Dr Ato Arthur

10 February, 2021

The Head of the Local Government Services, Ing. Dr. Nana Ato Arthur has revealed that he will at all times support the election of Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs).

He said, being appointed as Chief Executive comes with no security of tenure, the reason why he supports the proposed election of MMDCEs.

A functional and active Developmental Local Governance and Economic Transformation Platform in Ghana

23 March, 2020

The Local Governance Practitioners Forum (LGPF) is a broad-based membership platform that comprises of key institutions of Ghana’s local governance system. The platform provides an inclusive space for diverse policy actors (researchers, central and local policy makers, local governments, private enterprises, bureaucrats, civil society organizations (CSOs), development partners, politicians and political parties, and the media) to share research and practice evidence on democratic and developmental local governance.

Validation Meeting on Training Modules for Staff of the Local Government Service

08 December, 2020

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