NEWS AND EVENTS
Training to World Bank 's officials on the use of CBA
On October 2013 CSIL has been awarded a consultancy service by the World Bank aimed at promoting the adoption of Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) for evaluating public investments projects and improve investment decision making in Ghana.
The assignment involves two main activities. First, a training workshop to public officials and relevant stakeholders on the use of CBA and aimed at presenting the key concepts and tecniques for financial and economic analysis of investment projects which. The training session was held in Accra on 28-30 October and was attended by 23 representatives from both Government and civil society actors. The second activity includes pilot CBA of sample infrastructure projects. Among the selected projects there is a 25 km section of the Navrongo/Tumu road, currently under costruction in the Northern Upper East and Upper West regions of the country, which was visited during a field mission on November the 1st.