Report: How has Ghana responded to the Covid-19 pandemic?

04 Dec 2020

Souhir Mzali, Africa Regional Editor

Souhir Mzali
Africa Regional Editor
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As one of the first countries on the continent to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic, Ghana has been able to limit many of its health and economic consequences. Despite the numerous fiscal, economic and social challenges Ghana has faced, the country is also capitalising on emerging opportunities. In particular, Covid-19 has provided the momentum to speed up digital transformation, following a sustained and targeted digitalisation agenda implemented by the government in the years leading up to the pandemic.

This report includes an overview of the pandemic’s short-term impact on the Ghanaian economy, a detailed analysis of the public and private sector response, and a deep-dive into how Ghana is looking to reinvent itself following the outbreak.

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Souhir Mzali, Africa Regional Editor

Souhir Mzali
Africa Regional Editor
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