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Party Policy

PPP wants the opportunity to implement an Agenda for Change when our candidate is made President of the Republic of Ghana. This Agenda is built on four pillars – Stewardship, Education, Healthcare and Jobs. We will implement the Agenda using the spirit of inclusiveness that will enable us to use the best Ghanaians; full participation of women and the youth; and above all a leadership that is incorruptible. By dealing with corruption, we can double government revenue which we will use to pay for our transformational initiatives in education, healthcare and job creation…. Read More

Health Policy

Health is wealth, and a healthy nation is a productive nation. These underscore the importance of good health. Ghanaians cannot boast of this complimentary wealth, which comes with good health because of the appalling state of our environment… Read more

Education Policy

Provide Quality Education for Every Ghanaian Child: Standardize school facilities from kindergarten to Senior High School with libraries, toilets, classrooms, kitchen, housing for teachers, playground, etc: and Ensure free and compulsory education in public schools from kindergarten to Senior High School (including computer training). We will deploy an “Education Police” to enforce the compulsory aspect of our policy. An integral part of this objective will be an objective to significantly increase vocational/technical training so that all school leavers gain employable skills. This will include a comprehensive sports programme to instill discipline and promote better health…. Read more

Energy Policy

Provide Energy for Industrialization and Rapid Development. Implement solutions with a sense of urgency to meet domestic needs for industry and domestic use and make Ghana a net exporter of power again in four years. To enable us achieve this objective, we will provide tax incentives to enable development of alternative sources of fuel and power – bio fuels and solar. We aim to ensure that the contribution from alternative sources of energy reaches a minimum of 10% of what we need in a decade. Harness our natural resources (particularly oil and gas) to ensure maximum benefit and prosperity for all Ghanaians… Read more

Economic Policy

Improve the Performance of Government. Reform state institutions, make government efficient and raise revenue to be able to pay public servants well to motivate them facilitate the work of the private sector and Ghanaian society in general… Read more

Gender Policy

“Drafted with Support from the UNDP”


Globally, there has been a myriad efforts aimed at broadening political participation.The undertaking of these efforts has been by diverse agents and agencies including individuals, civil society organizations, political parties, state agencies, inter-governmental organizations and states. Such inputs for instance, have manifested inframeworks such as the 1979 Convention on Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW); the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (1995); the Millennium Development Goals (2000), the Solemn Declaration on Gender Equality (2003); and the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa (2003) among…Read more


Communications Policy

“Drafted with Support from the UNDP”


The PPP’s first internal communications policy is a result of concerted efforts by different people – all those who provided support, talked things over, read, wrote, offered comments, allowed us to quote their remarks and assisted in the editing, proofreading etc – a few of whom we wish to mention. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) under its Joint Party Support and Strengthening (J-PASS) project provided financial support to the initiative. UNDP’s support under J-PASS assists political parties respond to the gaps in political governance and strengthens their capacities to function effectively as institutions of governance. J-PASS is working with the political parties to improve and strengthen internal democracy of the parties as well as their communication with external stakeholders and institutions. We thank Chika Charles Aniekwe, the J-PASSS Project Manager for his input and support at…Read more

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