Delivering Public-Private Partnership Benefits to Mining Communities in Ghana

This working paper seeks to discuss key issues relating to the structuring of public-private partnerships to benefit communities in mining areas in Ghana, the role of the government (local, regional, national) and investors in financing and managing PPPs at the community level, who should be accountable for managing PPPs, what social and economic activities should community PPPs target, whose choice  it should be, and how  the public sector and mining companies ‘could structure investment and decision-making in PPPs to ensure sustainability beyond the life of mine.

The paper has been funded by the Australian Government through the Australia-Africa Partnerships Facility (AAPF). The views and opinions presented in this working paper are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the Australian Government.

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