The Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) is an independent, non-partisan and, non-profit organization based in Accra, Ghana. CDD-Ghana believes in promoting democracy, good governance and economic openness in Africa by influencing policy through research based advocacy. It is dedicated to the promotion of society and government based on the rule of law, appropriate checks on the power of the state, and integrity in public administration.
Joy FM is a privately owned radio station in Accra, the capital of Ghana. The station is owned and run by the media group company Multimedia Group Limited
The GACC is a cross-sectorial grouping of public, private and civil society organizations. GACC seeks to reduce poverty by coordinating anti corruption activities in Ghana – this is through collaboration with its members and other key stakeholders. Its vision is a Ghana free from corruption where honesty, transparency, accountability and integrity are upheld.
Established in 1999, Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) is a non-partisan, non-profit civil organisation focused on addressing corruption. GII is the Ghana Chapter of Transparency International (TI), the global, non-governmental, non-profit civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption through more than 90 chapters and over 30 individual members worldwide and an international secretariat in Berlin, Germany.
ACILA-Ghana is non-governmental organization based in Accra. ACILA deploys its programming primarily from its Accra office to Africa with the following areas of focus: International law; International justice: Monitoring African States’ compliance with regional and international instruments: International Human rights: Good governance; Anti-corruption; and Rule of Law