NATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION ACTION PLAN (NACAP)
One of the major strategies initiated by the Government of Ghana to address corruption is the adoption of the ten-year National Anti-Corruption Action Plan (NACAP). NACAP is an operational document that reflects Ghana’s strategic approach towards tackling corruption as a systemic problem rather than a problem of individuals. Thus the NACAP was developed based on well-guarded consultations and consensus process reached among key stakeholders from the public and private sectors, anti-corruption organisations and civil society organizations (CSOs). The Plan was unanimously adopted by Parliament on 3rd July, 2014. This is the second annual report since the implementation of the NACAP in 2015.