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Publish What You Pay – Ghana is a coalition of 16 Ghanaian civil society organizations, including organized labour, faith-based, media representatives and community-based groups campaigning for transparency and accountability in the management of the country’s natural resources and the revenues accruing to the state from their exploitation.
It is affiliated to both the Africa Regional and the global Publish What You Pay campaign initiatives.
The Coalition operates a decentralised campaign structure, with zonal chapters in the four major mining enclaves in Ghana. These are: the Ashanti, Western Eastern and Ahafo enclaves. Plans are advanced to create additional chapter in the Western Region to facilitate the expansion of the Coalion’s work into the petroleum sector.
ISODEC, the lead organization, hosts the Coalition secretariat, manned by a full-time administrative officer. The coordinating function is the responsibility of the convener, who reports to the National Steering Committee. The Coalition’s highest decision-making body is its Annual General Meeting, which has been held twice since the formal launch of the Coalition in 2006.