The Ministry of Monitoring and Evaluation will from today, 14 January 2020 open its maiden result fair to enable Ministries, Department and Agencies interact with citizens, civil society and the media to explain progress of implementation and achievements of government’s flagship programmes and other strategic interventions.
To be held at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) the government’s flagship programmes including the Planting for Food and Jobs under the Ministry of Food and Agriculture, One District-one-Factory under the Ministry of Trade and Industry would have a booth to engage the public on their milestone.
In each of the booth, the participating agencies would display infographics, pictures, videos and relevant information of projects, where they started, the processes involved, level of implementation, sustainability and its short, medium and long-term impact.
The three-day event is on the theme: “Delivery results for citizens work in progress”.
The government under the World Bank-funded Public Sector Reform for Results Project is sponsoring the Ghana Results Fair.
Dr Akoto Osei, the Minister of Monitoring and Evaluation said the fair was one of the efforts by the government to promote inclusive engagement and interactions between the public sector and the citizenry to promote evidence-based decision-making and improve accountability for results.