Processes have begun for Ghana to benefit from a second Millennium Challenge Account (MCA II) compact from the United States of America, with the energy and the micro-business sectors penciled for massive financial support. 

Ghana is one of few countries scheduled to benefit from the Compact II which has energy and access to credit as the two major components.

The Partnership for Growth Steering Committee, led by the Deputy Chief of Mission at the US Embassy, Ms Pat Alsup, conferred with Vice-President Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur on the progress the committee had made towards the MCA II at the Flagstaff House yesterday.

The committee comprises Ghanaian and US officials who are working on a road map that would see to the final signing ceremony of the compact scheduled for Washington around August this year.

Source: Andrew Nettey


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