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GACC to conduct a survey in some MMDAs.

The Ghana anti- Corruption Coalition (GACC) in a bid to strengthen its anti-corruption efforts is set to embark on a comprehensive survey across some Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs).


The survey according to GACC aims at assessing the prevalence of corruption in the public sector, gauge citizen and business experiences with corruption, evaluate awareness and utilization of anti-corruption resources and to inform data-driven anti-corruption strategies.


The survey, which is set to kickstart within the month of June,2024, will cover Nzema East, Sekondi-Takoradi, Ashanti Akyem central, Tamale Metro, and Ho municipal.


These were made known when the GACC paid a courtesy call on the Ministry of Local Government, Decentralisaton and Rural Development (MLGDRD).


The Coalition has assured the Ministry of Local Government Decentralisation and Rural Development (MLGDRD) and the general public of the survey’s confidentiality and anonymity, encouraging maximum participation.


The survey is seen as a significant step towards tackling corruption in Ghana, which has been a longstanding challenge for the country.


The findings are expected to provide valuable insights into the nature and extent of corruption, ultimately informing effective solutions.



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