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NACAP 2019 Annual Progress Report
Published 28/07/2020
NACAP 2019 Annual Progress Report

Madrid, 28 July 2020 – The High-Level Implementation Committee (HILIC) and the NACAP Implementation Support Unit (NISU), from 27 to 28 July 2020, hold a workshop to examine, discuss, validate and approve the draft NACAP 2019 Annual Progress Report (APR).  ARAP, an EU funded programme, implemented by the Spanish public foundation FIIAPP has been supporting the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) to coordinate the reports, support ownership by implementing partners, and widely disseminate the report findings.

The Annual Progress Report will form part of the systematic measurement of progress of achievement of the strategic objectives of the NACAP. It will be used to generate information and data that will allow the measurement of changes that may occur as a result of the implementation of the NACAP; track  progress of implementation of NACAP within their respective institutions; assess strategies, systems, and processes to identify and correct deficiencies/ weaknesses in implementation agencies by sharing implementation reports; and promote collaboration among implementing agencies by sharing implementation reports.

The National Anti-Corruption Action Plan (NACAP) was adopted by the Parliament of Ghana as the coordinated anti-corruption policy of Ghana in 2014. The plan identifies collaboration among Anti-Corruption Agencies as a key activity to achieving Strategic Objective 4, which is “to Conduct Effective Investigations and Prosecution of Corrupt Conduct.” NACAP seeks to create a sustainable democratic Ghanaian society founded on good governance and instilled with high ethics and integrity. 

NACAP Progress Reports are fundamental to measuring the success of NACAP's implementation and therefore CHRAJ's primary monitoring tool.  The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice in collaboration with the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC) have the responsibility to coordinate and monitor the execution of the NACAP.

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Note to the Editor

The Accountability, Rule of law and Anti-corruption Programme (ARAP) is an EU funded programme, implemented by the Spanish public foundation FIIAPP that joins and supports the efforts of the Government of Ghana in its fight against corruption. The objective of the programme is to contribute to current reform processes to reduce corruption and improve accountability, and compliance with the rule of law, particularly when it comes to accountability, anti-corruption and environmental governance. It does so through support key institutions, while at the same time increasing the ability of the public, civil society organisations and the media to hold government to account.