The Metropolitan Development Goals and Objectives have been set out in the context of the Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategy (GPRS II) 2006-2009, the Millennium Development Goals 2015 and the City Development Strategy 2020.
Key to Scores
Highly Compatible 2
Highly incompatible -2
An average score of 4.6 indicates that the Metro Development Goals are highly compatible with the Millennium Development Goal
National Development Focus
Under GPRS 11, the National Development Focus is to achieve accelerated and sustainable shared growth, poverty reduction and promotion of gender equity, protection and employment of the vulnerable and excluded within a decentralised democratic environment.
Metro. Development Focus
To Develop Kumasi into a Safe and Vibrant City by Improving City Management through Good Governance, Local Economic Development, Tourism Development, Improved Sanitation and Social Services as well as Spatial and Infrastructural Development
METRO DEVELOPMENT GOALS UNDER GPRS II
Private Sector Competitiveness
Goal: To develop the private sector as the lead sector that will generate employment, provide efficient support services, information communication and technology and enhance the creation of wealth.
Human Resource Development
Goal: To develop the metro’s human capital, increase access to health care and education; promote environmental sanitation and urban development and the provide a social policy framework that will mainstream vulnerability and exclusion.
Good Governance and Civic Responsibility
Goal: To enhance good governance through strengthening of the Assembly substructures, participatory development, accountability and public safety.
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