Creating the Ghana We Want
My friends, before we begin, allow me to take a moment and pay tribute to a man we all deeply respected for his intellect, his kindness, and his contributions to Ghana — Dr. Kwesi Botchwey.
The Youth as Partners in Creating the Ghana We Want
Today sets a new vision for our nation that will transform the lives of future generations. With the launch of the Ghana Compact, I see a Ghana with a development plan that prioritizes accountable, inclusive, and transparent governance, a Ghana that provides quality education and leadership for the youth, a country that has values and principles with young people leading the change.
Creating the Ghana We Want: a call to action for all Ghanaians
We have reached a tipping point and cannot continue along this path if we are to survive as a nation. As we approach the second half of the 21st century, it is imperative that we stop, adjust our sails, and change course to build the Ghana we want.
Gender Equity, Vulnerability, and Social Inclusion in the Ghana We Want
Gender equality and cultural sensitivity are important prerequisites for the fulfillment of human rights. Most of our societal challenges are related to our culture: values, norms, and related practices that sustain and promote gender inequality and injustice.