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Episode 03: IMANI’s PULSE Reports – Find out sentiments before and after Bawumia’s speech

In From Other Parts by Michael Rae

In the run up to the 2024 General Elections, IMANI presents PULSE, a fortnightly curated social media-based sentiment analysis report designed to follow the “pulse” of Ghanaians in the run up to the 2024 Election.  The IMANI Public Understanding and Literacy for Sentiment and Election analysis (PULSE) is to determine Go to IMANI, Ghana for more detail!

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Episode 2: IMANI Public Understanding and Literacy for Sentiment and Election analysis (PULSE)

In From Other Parts by Michael Rae

In the run up to the 2024 General Elections, IMANI presents PULSE, a fortnightly curated social media based sentiment analysis report designed to follow the “pulse” of Ghanaians in the run up to the 2024 Election. The IMANI Public Understanding and Literacy for Sentiment and Election analysis (PULSE) is to Go to IMANI, Ghana for more detail!

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Why is Ghana’s feel-good IMF story not vibing at home?

In From Other Parts by Michael Rae

Ghana’s Finance Ministry has been on a roll lately. Hardly a day goes by without them releasing another feel-good story about the country’s protracted debt restructuring effort or its three-year IMF program, now in its eighth month. The latest is this big Davos splash by Bloomberg:     At home, Go to IMANI, Ghana for more detail!

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The Akosombo Dam Spillage 2023: A Critique of Disaster Preparedness and Management

In From Other Parts by Michael Rae

Dedicated to all the victims of the error of judgment in the 45-day spillage of the Akosombo Dam and the organisations and individuals who responded spontaneously when the state was slow to respond. By Col Festus Aboagye (Rtd) On 12 September 2023, the Volta River Authority (VRA) issued a somewhat Go to IMANI, Ghana for more detail!

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ACEP & IMANI React to the SML Deal and Emerging Responses from Government

In From Other Parts by Michael Rae

04/01/2024 In the latter part of 2023, citizens were presented with what could be characterized as the final scandalous exposé of 2023. The Fourth Estate unearthed a worrying alliance between the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) and SML (Strategic Mobilisation Ghana Limited), a startup of mysterious origins, wherein the state allocates Go to IMANI, Ghana for more detail!

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IMANI Public Understanding and Literacy for Sentiment and Election analysis (PULSE)

In From Other Parts by Michael Rae

A Periodic Social Media Sentiment Analysis Report based on Public Sentiments Expressed on Social Media about the top contenders in the 2024 General Elections in Ghana EPISODE 01: DECEMBER 2023 The post IMANI Public Understanding and Literacy for Sentiment and Election analysis (PULSE) appeared first on Imani Africa. Go to IMANI, Ghana for more detail!

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Why Ghana’s First Lithium Agreement shouldn’t be Ratified as is

In From Other Parts by Michael Rae

News that Ghana had signed a mining lease with an Australian junior miner to produce lithium from 2025 therefore raised hackles. Coming just weeks before the COP28 Summit in Dubai, with all the razzmatazz around green energy and the The post Why Ghana’s First Lithium Agreement shouldn’t be Ratified as is Go to IMANI, Ghana for more detail!

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ACEP-IMANI Response on Genser-GNPC Gas Deal Committee Report August 2023

In From Other Parts by Michael Rae

In September 2022, ACEP and Imani initiated an investigation into a sole-sourced contract between Genser and GNPC, encompassing a combined gas and pipeline infrastructure agreement. Our analysis revealed that Genser stood to receive $1.5 billion in gas discounts over a sixteen-year period while utilizing effectively subsidised infrastructure to expand its Go to IMANI, Ghana for more detail!

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New Report: Financing Ghana’s Climate Action: Raising the Needed Resources to Achieve Country’s Climate Targets

In From Other Parts by Michael Rae

This report assesses Ghana’s readiness to finance its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) in the context of the current economic challenges . Specifically, the report seeks answers to the following questions:  1. What is the size of the available domestic climate financing tools and products in Ghana? 2. What are the critical incentives to Go to IMANI, Ghana for more detail!

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Doha Debates: Is it time to cancel Africa’s debts? IMANI vs Debt Justice. Stimulating!

In From Other Parts by Michael Rae

“Is it time to cancel the debts of low-income countries in the global south? It’s estimated that three out of five low-income countries are struggling to pay their debts. In Africa, 21 countries are either bankrupt or in financial distress, and are on the hook to repay more than $70 Go to IMANI, Ghana for more detail!