Ghana has signed five Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) with the Danish government to partner and work in different sectors of the economy. The agreement was signed in the presence of Vice President Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia and the Queen of Denmark, Her Majesty Queen Magrethe II in Accra.
The first MoU was between APM Terminals, the Ministry of Transport and Amend Civil Society orgnaisation. The MoU is to empower the three partners prepare to mitigate the potential risks related to increase vehicular traffic associated with the Tema Port.
The second MoU was A letter of Intent on Connectivity for community. It was signed between Blue Town APS And the Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communication (GIFFEC)
The third MoU, was on Delivering Sustainable Water Solution to Underserved Population. It was signed between Grundfos Holdings, Grundfos Ghana, and the Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL), and the Ministry for Water and Sanitation.
The fourth MoU was on Modernizing and Improving Water supply Infrastructure, Scan Vision, Kamstrup, and Ministry for Water and Sanitation.
The fifth MoU was on a Bill of Pyramid Partnership Agreement. It was signed between Novo Nordisk and the National Catholic Health Service.
By: Lawrence Segbefia/citibusinessnews.com/Ghana