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Performance Tracker will Promote Transparency and Accountability – Oppong Nkrumah

The housing Minster said the tracker represents an upgraded version of the previously introduced Delivery Tracker by Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia in 2020. 

The Minister of Works and Housing, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has revealed that the newly launched Performance Tracker is aimed at ensuring transparency and accountability in the execution of infrastructure projects across the country.

He added that the tracker will help address longstanding concerns about the accuracy and reliability of project presentations, particularly the use of artist’s impressions to depict outcomes.

Speaking at the official launch of the tracker at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) on Wednesday, April 10, Oppong Nkrumah said the tracker currently hosts over 13,000 projects nationwide.

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The housing Minster highlighted that the tracker represents an upgraded version of the previously introduced Delivery Tracker by Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia in 2020.

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Mr Nkrumah shed light on the extensive coverage of the Performance Tracker, encompassing diverse projects spanning infrastructure and service delivery initiatives. This comprehensive assessment spans all sixteen regions of the country, with data validated up to June 2023.

“As of June 2023, there are over 13, 000 projects across the 261 districts, across the 16 regions, across the 28 ministries that have been validated and updated on this platform,” he said.

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Emphasizing the commitment to up-to-date information, Minister Oppong Nkrumah highlighted ongoing efforts to continuously refresh the Performance Tracker. Various ministries and agencies are actively contributing data, ensuring its relevance beyond the June 2023 timeframe.

Describing the Performance Tracker as a user-friendly resource, the minister said it is accessible through both a website and a mobile application. This initiative aims to provide citizens with transparent and accessible information about national development projects.

He underscored the rigorous validation process undergone by the platform, including geo-tagging and photographing projects to ensure transparency.

“The conversation on roads, you will find about eleven thousand nine hundred and seventy four point nine-six kilometres of road constructed and rehabilitated from 2017 to 2020. That is a hundred and fifty-eight per cent increase over the 2009 and 2016 meter set,” the minister said.

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