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In preparing this Medium-Term Development Policy Framework, Ghana Shared Growth and Development Agenda (GSGDA, 2010-2013), Government responds to the constitutional injunction, which requires that policies leading to the establishment of a just and free society are pursued by the state. Government’s Better Ghana Agenda also emphasises the following:
expanding access to potable water and sanitation, health, housing and education; reducing geographical disparities in the distribution of national resources; ensuring environmental sustainability in the use of natural resources through science, technology and innovation; pursuing an employment-led economic growth strategy that will appropriately link agriculture to industry, particularly manufacturing; and improving transparency and accountability in the use of public funds and other national resources.