All the downloadable documents from Ghana can be found here. If you need downloads from the programme as a whole, or from other countries, please go here.
This third annual report card has increased coverage compared to the previous two. It covers 25 Districts across the seven Regions of Ghana, and was produced in conjunction with the GIRAF project.
A guide to using a framework that enables communities to develop a shared vision and lead their own development in an organized way as the main approach for strengthening forest forums.
Summary of the Ghana annual report card 2012 collected for the Making the Forest Sector Transparent programme.
Ten things you should know from your District Assembly, traditional leaders, local forestry office or nearby logging company
A Charter based on traditional natural resource management as well as modern governance systems and practices that aims to ensure transparency and accountability in the use of resources.
Wassa Amenfi East District Assembly, Ghana, in collaboration with local NGO New Generation Concern have developed bye-laws that will guide the district in managing its natural resources.
2012 assessment of Ghana's fulfilment of its VPA commitments to making forest sector information available to the public.
This Country-Specific Report 2011 for Ghana is a component of the annual report cards collected for the Making the Forest Sector Transparent project.
This is the second annual report card seeks to determine what forest sector information is available or not, and assess the usefulness of available evidence - from the perspective of different stakeholder groups.
This Country-Specific Report 2010 for Ghana is a component of the annual report cards collected for the Making the Forest Sector Transparent project.
This Report Card is intended to assess and compare disclosure of information on forest use and management in Ghana.