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Ghana Western Coastal Region Foundation

Last updated: 16/02/2021
IATI Identifier: GB-COH-1858644-202476
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This five-year project valued at £8.4 million is to manage the establishment of a world-class foundation focused on helping to build local supply chains, improve stability, and promote inclusive economic development for poor communities in the six coastal districts tied to the oil and gas sector. The project will focus on crowding-in private sector corporate funding from oil and gas companies (Tullow Oil, Kosmos, and Anadarko) and others. The assignment will be divided into two phases, a one-year inception phase starting mid-October to agree the program direction, launch pilot initiatives, and establish operations, followed by a four-year implementation phase. Break points will take place at the end of inception and at the end of year 2 of implementation, after which an evaluation will indicate whether DFID should commit additional funds.


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Programme data last updated on 16/02/2021