Ghana and the United Kingdom (UK) have signed a bilateral commitment and memorandum of understanding (MoUs) toward fostering partnerships in the automotive sector, animal health, science, technology and innovation.
At the 9th UK-Ghana Business Council meeting held in Accra, which was co-chaired by Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and the UK’s Minister for State for Development and Africa, Andrew Mitchell, the two parties agreed on specific actions to accelerate trade and investment between them for a mutually prosperous future.
The 9th UK-Ghana Business Council was organised by the UK-Ghana Business Chamber of Commerce (UK-GCC).
During an engagement with the Minister for Food and Agriculture, Dr. Bryan Acheampong, Mr. Mitchell recognised the importance of the £5million multi-country Official Development Assistance (ODA)-funded technical partnership focused on improving animal health. This deal was signed in 2022.
This initiative aims to fortify terrestrial and aquatic animal health systems by enhancing disease prevention,…