United Nations in Ghana Socio-economic Response and Recovery Plan (SERRP)

The UN in Ghana COVID-19 Socio-Economic Response and Recovery Plan (SERRP) is in line with the global United Nations Framework for the immediate socio-economic response to COVID-19 which calls for investing in health systems, protecting people, promoting economic recovery, creating macro-economic stability and investing in social cohesion. The Plan was developed in collaboration with key stakeholders and will assist Ghana to recover and build back better from the pandemic in a more sustainable and inclusive way.

The plan repurposes about $91m of existing resources and commits to raising an additional $39m over the next 12 – 18 months. The UN in Ghana’s Plan builds on the its immediate COVID 19 response – the COVID-19 Country Preparedness and Response Plan (CPRP) - and is aligned to Government priorities – seeking to address the health challenges and mitigate the socio-economic impacts. 

Published by
RCO
Published in collaboration with
Ministry of Planning
Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning
Civil Society Organisations
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