The vision for Ghana’s agriculture sector is modernised agriculture culminating in a
structurally transformed economy and evident in food security, employment
opportunities and reduced poverty.
Project seeks to re-launch a flag carrier for Ghana with private sector
participation as part of plans to make Ghana an Aviation Hub within the West
Africa Sub-Region and beyond.
The Ghanaian coastal stretch experiences extensive beach erosion, mainly due to the
impact of wave action. Currently, the Mensah Guinea, Ningo-Prampram, Cape Coast,
Shama, Dixcove and Anomabu coastal stretches are experiencing extensive beach
erosion posing major threats to life and livelihood; as well as buildings, salt pans, fish
landing sites and other infrastructure sited in these areas.
Ghana has the potential to build a vertically integrated aluminum industry which
would take advantage of the full value chain of bauxite development; mining
bauxite, refining bauxite into alumina and smelting alumina into aluminium for
export and local consumption, fabrication of aluminium products among others.
Connecting the major cities of Accra, Kumasi, Sekondi-Takoradi and Tamale;
the use of Ghana as the route for transporting goods from landlocked countries
north of Ghana, such as Burkina Faso, to the ports of Tema and Takoradi and
also from the ports to the landlocked countries; the presence of major mineral
deposits of manganese, bauxite and iron ore along the route of the existing
TOURISM, ARTS, & CULTURE
Opportunities for investment in the tourism, arts and culture are immense,
ranging from construction and management of hotels, leisure parks, golf courses,
conference tourism, air/ground transport, wildlife, tour operation, to ecotourism
facilities, cultural and historical sites.