GoldStreetBusiness.com: Invest in migrants – IWMI tells government

The International Water Management Institute (IWMI) has asked Ghana to pay critical attention to the needs of persons migrating from the rural to urban communities, invest in them and utilize their energies for economic expansion.

The International Water Management Institute (IWMI) has asked Ghana to pay critical attention to the needs of persons migrating from the rural to urban communities, invest in them and utilize their energies for economic expansion.

It says migration presents Ghana a great opportunity to expand its economy and it behooves on the leadership of the nation to provide migrant’s with better conditions to improve their lives and contribute to economic growth.

Dr. Everisto Mapedza, a Senior Researcher, Social and Institutional Scientist at the IWMI said this at a stakeholder-dialogue session organised by the institute in Accra on Friday to explore best ways to address migration challenges in Ghana.

 

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