The ECF-backed stabilization program April 2015- March 2018

Introduction The rebasing of the national accounts in 2006 (made possible by improved methodology and data availability from the Population and Housing Census and the VAT Secretariat) revealed that Ghana’s (non-oil) economy was larger than previously thought and growing at an annual rate of one percent faster. In July 2010, Ghana was reclassified a lower middleincome country (LMIC).

An Assessment of the ECF-Supported Program with the Fund

Ghana faces a looming financing crisis as a result of the way its medium-term debt strategy (MTDS) has been implemented

The ECF Backed Program Trade and Payments

After having faced two continuous years of large twin (fiscal and current account) deficits with thin external buffers,

CEPA has a mandate to promote a non-partisan informed debate on key policy issues on the economy of Ghana with emphasis on macroeconomics growth and poverty alleviation issues.

>> Economic Policy Research and Management.
>> Accelerated Economic Growth and Prosperity.
>> Capacity Building and Institutional Strengthening.