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The Rural Enterprises Programme (REP) is part of the efforts of the Government of Ghana to reduce poverty and improve living conditions in the rural areas.
Following a decision of the Government of Ghana and the European Commission to implement a Trade Related Assistance and Quality Enabling Programme “TRAQUE”, a Financing Agreement between the European Commission and the Republic of Ghana was signed on the 13th January, 2011.
Ghana’s long-term vision sets out to achieve consistently higher levels of GDP growth and job creation, through increased domestic production and international trade.
Ghana’s long term vision sets out to achieve consistently higher levels of GDP growth and job creation through increased production for both domestic and international markets.
The Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) of Ghana are second-level administrative subdivisions of Ghana below the level of the regions. The districts of Ghana have gone through a number of re-organizations over the years under successive governments.
Ghana’s aspiration is to become a middle-income country by 2015, with a per capita income of US$1000 per annum. This is an ambitious target and will require an increase in average annual growth rate of GDP from 5% to about 8%.