ghana strategy report

Steven Blessing Ackah, first Ghanaian to chair the G200 Youth Summit in 2017 and Clarissa J.A. Luttmann, Associate member of the G200 Youth Association facilitated by the G20 Youth Council Geneva, Switzerland,and Ana Manduley launched the first Ghana Strategy Report on 25th April, 2018.

The launch of the report was in partnership with the China-Europe International Business School, Simpolicy- The Hague, Netherlands, and the UAE-AFRICA Mentoring Development Consortium with a special endorsement from H.E President John Agyekum Kufour and Hon. S.K. Boafo.

The event was graced by over 15 high level diplomats.

Other key dignitaries include; former President J.J.Rawlings, Former President John Dramani Mahama, Chairman of the National Peace Council and the Executive Director of CEISB, Prof, Mathew Tsamenyi and a host of other diplomats.

The report provides a brief on policies to curb youth unemployment, as the youth’s access to economic opportunities is considered to be a key driver of Ghana’s sustainable soci0-economic and political well-being.

In the Ghana Strategy Report, it seeks to ;

Identify potential Ghanaian human capital as key sustainable resource before gold endowments; Insist on the invaluable benefit of involving the Ghanaian youth in every step of the process; Identify key solutions to the unemployment problem; Innovative ways to gather employment data in Ghana Provide recommendations for successful policy; Operate on the principle of establishing a strong international network as a force that can secure continuous progress even beyond future administrations.


Download all Ghana Strategy report from here!

clarissa presentation GSR launch (pptx)


final summary finish(4) (docx)