Ghana Business News highlights key proposals from Jubilee USA and partners' "The Role of FBIs and the Media in Securing an Inclusive Economic Recovery and Debt Relief" workshop in Accra, Ghana. Read an excerpt below, or the full article here.
Multi-Faith Network leaders call for transparency in IMF bailout funds utilisation
A Coalition of Multi-Faith Network leaders, has called for equity, inclusion, transparency, and good governance on the utilisation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailout funds for Ghana.
The Coalition in a Communique read by Hajia Ayishetu Abdul-Kadiri, the Chairperson, Faith in Ghana Alliance, reiterated the importance of transparency, accountability and good governance in managing and utilising funds received through the IMF bailout.
The Communique, which was issued in Accra, at the end of an advocacy workshop for Faith-Based Institutions (FBIs), News Editors and Reporters said the resources’ responsible and ethical use would foster trust and confidence in the government’s commitment to inclusive economic recovery.
The workshop, organised by Caritas Ghana in collaboration with Caritas Africa and Jubilee USA Network was on the theme: “The Role of FBIs and the Media in Securing an Inclusive Economic Recovery and Debt Relief.”
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