The consolidated Annual Report presents the Budget Implementation performance of all MDAs’ for the 2021 fiscal year. It is a consolidation of all the 2021 Annual Budget Performance Reports submitted by MDAs’ in accordance with Section 27(1-4) of the Public Financial Management Act, 2016 (Act 921). The report assesses the implementation of the 2021 “Wɔn Ya Wɔ Hiɛ” Budget under the theme “Economic Revitalisation through Completion, Consolidation, and Continuity”.
Through the ABPRs, Government continues to fulfil its commitment to advance good economic governance, protect the public purse, and ensure operational and managerial efficiency in the use of public resources. This consolidated report details and analyses the utilization of public resources by Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) and summarises the status of implementation of key policy initiatives, programmes and projects.
The 2021 Budget was anchored on our vision of transforming this country and building a self-sustaining economy. It was a landmark budget that sought to carefully realign our needs and re-organise our public finances to protect lives, revitalise troubled businesses; whilst consciously focusing our energies on building back a better Ghana, post COVID-19 through the completion of existing projects. To achieve this, we have extensively engaged and built partnerships with diverse stakeholders for the implementation of the policies outlined in this Budget.
It is my hope that we continue to use the feedback we receive from this report to improve our engagements with citizens and the implementation of our transformative flagship programmes as well as the GhanaCARES “Obaatan Pa” programme.
On behalf of Government, I take this opportunity to thank all those who contributed to the preparation of this Budget Performance Report, especially the MDAs.
God Bless us all.