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Domestic Revenue Mobilization Through Citizen Engagement
 

Since its establishment, FOSDA has been dedicated to addressing the challenges of Human Security. This focus is guided by a 5-year strategic plan (2021-2025) that provides a blue print for every activity that is undertaken. The strategy is thus focused primarily on Youth Development (GYDEP); Governance (DRM) and Women, Peace and Security (WPS).

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.

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Domestic Revenue Mobilization(DRM) Projects & Activities

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.

FOSDA trains Domestic Revenue Mobilization (DRM) Committees on Pro-Poor development monitoring.
18 December 2020
The Foundation for Security and Development (FOSDA) has trained eleven (11) citizens (3-females and...
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FOSDA engages MMDAs on Domestic Revenue Mobilization (MMDAs)
06 October 2020
The Foundation for Security and Development in Africa (FOSDA) has organized a 2 day dialogue session...
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FOSDA continues to work with Local Assemblies to Improve IGF
29 September 2020
The Foundation for Security and Development in Africa (FOSDA) continues to work with the Shai Osudoku...
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