Domestic Revenue Mobilization

Ghana’s tax collection is low compared with other lower-middle-income countries in the sub-region. Non-compliance with tax payments is a major issue in Ghana and has reflected in the widening fiscal deficit and a rising debt burden.

Stakeholders Call for TVET Financing Policy in Ghana
29 November 2021
Stakeholders gathered at the National Forum on TVET Financing organised by the Foundation for Security...
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Multi-stakeholder Dialogue on Domestic Revenue Mobilization Automation
18 November 2021
As part of our efforts to improve revenue mobilization at the local level to minimize poverty and inequality...
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Jirapa Assembly Members Demand Labelling Of All IGF Projects At Stakeholder Consultation On Automation
03 November 2021
Assembly members in the Jirapa Municipal Assembly have called on management and contractors to label...
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Stakeholder Consultation Meetings on IGF Automation, Domestic Revenue Mobilization Strategies.
28 October 2021
Stakeholder consultation meetings on IGF automation, Domestic Revenue Mobilization strategies, and the...
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