Good Governance Africa (GGA)

Good Governance Africa is a research and advocacy non-profit organisation with centres across Africa focused solely on improving governance across the continent.

GGA engages in applied research and stimulates critical debate. All our work is based on exploring and advancing the key governance principles of democracy, accountability and transparency, and combining these with upholding the rule of law and respecting human, civil and property rights

Latest publications

Making Local Economic Development (LED) work in Ghana: An extract from the GGA-WA Publication titled “Economic Development Pathways for Local Area Development

Mainstreaming Good Governance into Nigerian Tax Reform

Nigeria should enlist Foreign help to Rebuild Anti-Corruption Institutions

Patrolling during a Pandemic: Recommendations to the South African Police Service and South African National Defence Force during the COVID-19 Deployment

A Study towards Deepening Fiscal Decentralization for Effective Local Service delivery in Ghana: Final Report

The Likely Impact of COVID-19 on the Extractive Industries and its Governance Implications

Gandhi now, COVID-19 and the Need for Solidarity Economics: Blessed are the Peacemakers and Sustainers of Life

Establishing a Risk Profile of Socio-economic Vulnerability in South Africa during the COVID-19 Pandemic using GGA Survey data (2017-2019)

Economic Development Pathways for Local Area Development: A Guide to Understanding Local Economic Development and its Implementational Challenges in Ghana

Advancing the Social Compact 2020 and Sustainability Workshop

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