IMF in Ghana
Ghana witnesses fresh protests against rising cost of living

People took to the streets of Accra for a three-day action under the slogan #OccupyJulorbiHouse to protest the rising cost of living and worsening economic conditions. Ghana is facing a severe debt crisis and has entered into its 17th loan program with the IMF, raising fears of further austerity measures 

Kwesi Pratt Jnr: Nobody believes IMF deal will solve Ghana’s crisis

Kwesi Pratt Jnr, General Secretary of the Socialist Movement of Ghana, talks about why the country’s latest deal with the IMF will not solve its problems. He explains how Ghana’s resources have not been used for the benefit of its people and the reasons for the debt crisis and inflation

Daily Round-up | Countries call for climate reparations at COP27 & other stories

In today’s episode, we take a look at the beginning of the COP27 summit, protests in Ghana, British nurses voting for a strike, and countries uniting on a way to save rainforests

Structural adjustment by any other name: International Financial Institutions and health in Ghana and Kenya

A look at the IMF’s programs in Ghana and Kenya reveals the continuity of more privatization, more cuts, and more threats to people’s right to health