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The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) is a unique cross-sectoral grouping of public, private and civil society organizations (CSOs) with a focus on promoting good governance and fighting corruption in Ghana. GACC was registered on March 13, 2001 under the company’s code. read more

VISION AND MISSION

VISION:

A Ghana that is free from corruption where honesty, transparency, accountability, integrity and inclusion are upheld, thereby, helping to improve the standard of living of the people.

 

MISSION:

To promote anti-corruption and good governance initiatives in Ghana through capacity-building, research and advocacy interventions by engaging coalition members and other key stakeholders operating at the regional, national and international levels.

 

LATEST NEWS
CSOs call for broad public consultation on Special Prosecutor Bill
26.Jul.17

 Beauty Emefa Darteh, Executive Secretary of GACC
 
The coalition of civil society organization is calling on Ghanaian and the leadership of the parliamentary committee on constitutional, legal and parliamentary affairs to positively exercise its discretion under article 106 (13) to allow for broad consultation and thorough review of the office of the Special Prosecutor Bill.
 

Probe EC - CSOs, political parties demand
26.Jul.17

 
 
As the leadership crisis in the Electoral Commission (EC) gets murkier, some political parties, civil society organisations and lawyers have called for full-scale investigations into the developments to restore the dented image of the commission.
 

Nana Addo being set up for embarrassment – Martin Amidu
26.Jul.17

 
                                          Martin Amidu
 
Nana Akufo-Addo is being set up to be embarrassed by some faceless persons who clandestinely introduced some clauses into the special prosecutor’s Bill to limit the prosecutor from investigating certain kinds of corruption and also removing corruption from the jurisdiction of the Economic and Organized Crime Office (EOCO).
 

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