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Funding E-Government Projects in Ghana: A Case Study of the Ghana Electronic Government (Gegov) Project

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- Enablers
- Trends

- Internet Access, Affordability And Use

Author(s): Nana Yaw Agyeman Owusu

The study explores, describes and explains the factors that influenced the implementation process of the public- private partnership financing strategy between Ministry of Communication and Ghana Community Network Limited.The study provides critical organisational, legal, political, and economic challenges that can serve as referential experience in PPP funding of e-government projects in Ghana and other developing countries. The study found out that going into partnership with disarray and dummy legal regime that governs the PPP sector the government of Ghana was faced with financial problem. The PPP funding model was also characterised by organisational challenges in ensuring speedily disbursement of funds from sponsor, the World Bank, likewise economic factors such as the global economic crisis, inflation and exchange rates affected the project cost and repayment. 


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West Africa,

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