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Mrs Attivor said the project was in tune with government’s decision to embrace the Public Private Partnership (PPP) option as an alternative financing arrangement that would ensure adequate investment in the provision and maintenance of various infrastructure and services in the country.
‘Following the development of a PPP policy framework by government therefore, the Ministry of Transport has for the past few months been working closely with the Public Investment Division (PID) of the Ministry of Finance on a number of projects in the transport sector, which have been proposed to be financed through PPPs.
‘Two key projects among these are the Boankra Inland Port and the Eastern Railway Line Project and the Establishment of a National Airline,’ she added.
Djibrilla Issa, Lead Specialist for Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone, World Bank, noted that although Ghana had been able to reduce its poverty level, it has issues to address as far as its infrastructure was concerned, adding that PPP would be one of the best options to address it.
He pledged the World Bank’s readiness to help Ghana develop projects, which would be beneficial to the socio-economic development of the country.
Felix Addo, Country Senior Partner, PWC Ghana, said an MOU had been signed with the Ministry of Transport for the Boankra Inland Port and the Eastern Railway Line.
He said PWC Ghana would ensure that lessons learnt in the past concerning the collapse of the previous airline would be brought to bear in the establishment of the new one.
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