Delegation to Ghana
24/10/2014 - Opening session of a workshop on Wednesday 22nd October 2014 organized by Concern Universal in the framework of the European Union funded Banking for the Poor program (B4P)
EU Ambassador William Hanna attended the opening session of a workshop on Wednesday 22nd October 2014 organized by Concern Universal in the framework of the European Union funded Banking for the Poor program (B4P). The workshop welcomed more than 50 practitioners, policy makers, civil society leaders and microfinance clients from 3 regions of Ghana (Brong Ahafo, Eastern and Volta region) to share learning and exchange on best practices for enhancing financial inclusion as a tool for promoting holistic and equitable development.
Ambassador William Hanna, Head of the European Union in Ghana, on Monday 20th October, had his first interaction with the Ghanaian media in Accra. This follows the presentation of his credentials to President Mahama on 10th October 2014 at the Flag staff house. He spoke and answered questions on several issues concerning the EU-Ghana partnership, the vision of the EU in the coming years, Economic Partnership Agreement and the contributions of the EU in the fight against the Ebola virus among others.
Working together in Ghana
Cultural heritage sites in Elmina and Old Accra have been conserved and are a basis for local economic development and poverty reduction, as they provide direct employment for the local population and are used to generate income.
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