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November 22, 2016

On behalf of the United States Agency for International Development in Ghana (USAID/Ghana), we are pleased to present our fiscal year 2015 Annual Report, which highlights some of our achievements during the period from October 2014 through September 2015.

An inclusive education teacher in her classroom
November 14, 2016

On November 9, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Ghana Mission Director, Andrew Karas, visited the Ishadia kindergarten and primary school in Ghana’s Northern Region during a five-day trip to the north. During his visit, Karas handed over equipment including hearing aids, wheel chairs, and Braille materials to Ishadia school staff.

Andy Karas, Mission Director, with women carrying Orange flesh sweet potato
November 14, 2016

Did you know that Ghana is growing a superfood? In August 2016, 2,000 women from 70 communities across the Northern Region planted 1.5 million orange-fleshed sweet potato seedlings provided to them by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Known locally as “Alaafei Wuljo”, the orange-fleshed sweet potato is a tasty, easy-to- grow yet highly nutritious crop. Today in Gushegu, the first 2016 harvest of orange-fleshed sweet potatoes will take place, kicking off two months of harvests across more than 100 acres in 17 districts in the region.

Melinda Tabler-Stone, Chargee d'Affairs of the US Embassy in Accra using a Veronica bucket to wash her hands at the launch event
October 18, 2016

On Monday, October 18, U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Melinda Tabler-Stone and other officials and dignitaries participated in the national launch of Rotary Family Health Days. The program is initiated and managed by Rotary International in partnership with governmental and non-governmental organizations to provide health screening services to vulnerable children, women, and men throughout Ghana.

August 26, 2016

Accra, GHANA – The U.S. Ambassador to Ghana, Robert P. Jackson reiterated his commitment to supporting Ghana’s efforts to hold credible and nonviolent 2016 Presidential elections at an event today celebrating the launch of the Electoral Commission’s new communications strategy. This strategy, the development of which the U.S. government supported through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), embraces a number of tools to increase the transparency of the Electoral Commission.  These tools include training journalists and polling officials, using social media, and developing a new SMS election platform.


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