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Ghana - Agricultural Sector Rehabilitation Programme
15/01/2014 18:52
Ghana - Agricultural Sector Rehabilitation Programme
This is a Programme Performance Evaluation Report (PPER) of the Agriculture Sector Rehabilitation Programme (ASPR) of Ghana. The ASRP was initiated by GOG to complement the stabilization and liberalization policies of the Economy Recovery Program (ERP) that was underway during 1983-89.Read more
Ghana - Cocoa Rehabilitation Project - PPER
15/01/2014 18:52
Ghana - Cocoa Rehabilitation Project - PPER
This is a Project Performance Evaluation Report (PPER) of the Ghana Cocoa Rehabilitation Project (CRP). Ghana’s Economic Recovery Program (ERP) of macroeconomic stabilization and structural adjustment was launched in April 1983. As part of the ERP, the Government of Ghana (GOG) introduced a series of policy reforms in the cocoa sub-sector aimed at removing constraints to its development.Read more
Ghana - Second and Third Lines of Credit to AgDB - PPER
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Ghana - Second and Third Lines of Credit to AgDB - PPER
Ghana: The Electricity Network Reinforcement And Extension To Brong Ahafo Region
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Ghana: The Electricity Network Reinforcement And Extension To Brong Ahafo Region
This Project Performance Evaluation Report (PPER) is concerned with the performance of the Electricity Network Reinforcement And Extension To Brong Ahafo RegionRead more
Multinational: Ghana/Cote d'Ivoire the Accra - Abidjan Highway Project
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Multinational: Ghana/Cote d'Ivoire the Accra - Abidjan Highway Project
Ghana: Nasia Rice Project
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Ghana: Nasia Rice Project
This project performance audit report PPAR comprises the abbreviated project performance audit Memorandum PPAM produced by the Operation Evaluation Office, and the project completion PCR produced by the agricultural and rural development Department. The PPAR reviews the Nasia Rice Project in Ghana for which an ADB loan (loan number CS/GH/AGR/73/001) of BUA 2.30 million was approved on 17 September 1973, and December 1976. The planned implementation period was the four years 1 July 1973 to 30 June 1977. The total planned project cost was BUA 2.40 million, the balance of funds being sponsor’s equity provided by the National Investment Bank, the Agricultural Development Bank, and Barclays Bank of Ghana, and a medium term loan from the National Investment Bank.Read more
Ghana: ADF First Line of Credit to the Agricultural Development Bank
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Ghana: ADF First Line of Credit to the Agricultural Development Bank
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