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PIAC, COMMUNITY MEMBERS UNHAPPY WITH DURBAR GROUNDS PROJECT AT NEW TAKORADI
16th September 2021

Some members of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) on Project Monitoring have expressed unhappiness with what they described as “waste” of oil revenues on the construction of a durbar ground for the people of New...

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MOST PROJECTS MONITORED BY PIAC AND QUEENMOTHERS LACK COORDINATION
16th September 2021

Nana Akosua Gyamfuaba, the Acting Paramount Queen Mother of Shama has described the lack of collaboration between project implementers and contractors in Regions as the bane to proper project execution. Such contractors are imported from the...

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PIAC @ 10: A DECADE OF CHAMPIONING TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE MANAGEMENT AND USE OF PETROLEUM REVENUE
10th August 2021

Natural resources, when exploited and managed well, remain a great source of wealth for nations. After a rather poor history of the management and use of the revenue of other natural resources in Ghana over the years, there was a resolve to do...

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LOOK FOR ALTERNATIVE FUNDING SOURCES FOR FSHS – PIAC
27th July 2021

The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) has reiterated its call for the government to consider other sources of funding for the implementation of the flagship Free Senior High School (FSHS) programme, other than petroleum...

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PIAC LAUDS DECADE LONG IMPLEMENTATION OF PRMA DESPITE CHALLENGES
14th July 2021

The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) says the implementation of the Petroleum Revenue Management Act (PRMA) has been largely impactful in the last 10 years despite some challenges. It said among the notable achievements arising...

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TEN YEARS OF PROTECTING OIL CASH, THE PIAC STORY
21st June 2021

The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC), the oil revenue watchdog, in its pursuit of its mandate has embarked on various programs and activities since its inception, 10 years ago. The committee, which consists of 13 members, and a...

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