A strong economy creates opportunities and inspires more people to start new businesses. In much the same way, a strong economy encourages existing businesses to make new investments, to grow, and expand. More and well-paying jobs are created, the private sector hires more people, and citizens prosper. Public sector-driven job creation interventions and initiatives also require a strong economy.
First, the overarching objective will be to build a prosperous private sector driven by Ghana Beyond Aid, a long-term agenda that will look to use resources only from the country itself.
We want to build an economy that is not dependent on charity and handouts, but an economy that will look at the proper management of its resources as the way to engineer social and economic growth in our country; as well as pursue inclusive transformation would ensure social equity.