GII is the Ghana Chapter of Transparency International (TI), the global, non-governmental, non-profit civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption through more than 90 chapters and over 30 individual members worldwide Ghana is considered to be one of the more stable countries in West Africa, since its transition to multi-party democracy in 1992. , There has been a comprehensive legislative framework adopted by the government, which is in accordance with international law on children’s rights. Unfortunately, no government has been bold to state that this unique forest will be exempted from bauxite mining. In fact, plans are underway to start mining this critical ecosystem for short-term benefits under the Sinohydro Bauxite Barter Arrangement between the Republic of Ghana and the People’s Republic of China. Incidentally, however, there exists a significantly disconnect between … government funding can be a double-edged sword. Mini-hydro power plant; a step to solving Ghana’s green energy crisis, promoting tourism. This enables CARE to further engage with government and the private sector, work effectively in coalitions, and to have the greatest possible impact. Links provide access to primary documents, legal commentary, and general government information about specific jurisdictions and topics. Government funds may weaken NGOs when so-called government-organized NGOs (GONGOs) displace critical, accountability-seeking groups. The judiciary and police are viewed as the most corrupt. This Guide to Law Online Ghana contains a selection of Ghanaian legal, juridical, and governmental sources accessible through the Internet. The culprits often enjoy impunity. Corruption exists in all branches of Ghanaian government, and there is often a lack of accountability. Ghana's Mental Health Bill has gained the support of doctors, nurses and traditional healers and can serve as a model for other African countries wishing to develop progressive mental health laws that respect international human rights standards. Among others. Alavanyo (V/R), Dec. 13, GNA – The completion of construction works on a 45-kW mini-hydro power plant in Alavanyo Abehenease, a community in the Hohoe Municipality in the Volta region could be the way forward for partly solving the country’s energy crisis while promoting tourism. government and non-government institutions in Ghana, and children. - Establishment of the Commission, its Governing Board, staffing and funding of the Commission - Objectives, powers and functions - Registration and Licensing of Non-governmental Organizations - Establishment of Nigeria National Council of Voluntary Agencies (to be com-prised of the first 100 registered NGOs under the Act once it is passed) to The Objects for which the Ghana Legal Information Institute (GhaLII) was formed are: To set up an online repository of legal information from Ghana, towards the promotion of Rule of Law, judicial accountability and good governance in Ghana and Africa. CARE Ghana’s projects are primarily implemented through partnerships with local and civil society organizations. The Policy document takes its source from national legal documents including the 1992 Constitution of the republic of Ghana; the Ghana shared Growth and Development Agenda (GSGDA), the Education Strategic Plan (2010-2020), the disability Act, the Education Act. Street Children Empowerment Foundation (SCEF) in collaboration with other NGOs who are working to support children in street situations is petitioning government on the implementation of laws … The International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL), in a submission to a Kenyan task force set up to make proposals on the review of the 2013 NGO law, observes that. workshops among key stakeholders in the delivery of education in Ghana.