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HOME--Presidential Project Commission (PPC)

Welcome to the Presidential Project Commission (PPC) based in Accra - Ghana. This commission is empowered by the President of the Republic to meet the PICI program.
The Presidential Infrastructure Champion Initiative (PICI) was born out of a proposal by Heads of African Union Government, to accelerate regional infrastructure development through political championing of projects. This proposal was made during the 23rd HSGOC meeting in Kampala, Uganda, in July 2010. The champions bring visibility, unblock bottlenecks, co-ordinate resource mobilization, provide leadership and ensure rapid project implementation within a specified threshold period. This is an opportunity for African heads of state and governments to become actively involved in the development and implementation of regional and continental infrastructure projects.

The PICI ensures that the projects are implemented to meet the target for vision 2020. In this context, implementation refers to the progression of the project from pre-feasibility to feasibility phase, or from feasibility to construction, or that demonstrable evidence of progress is available. The PICI model includes an effective reporting system, where progress of the individual projects is reported on every six months during the bi-annual HSGOC meetings by the respective champions.

    The PPC is a political commitment and dedication to boost competitiveness by:
  • (i) Increasing efficiencies;
  • (ii) Accelerating growth;
  • (iii) Facilitating integration in the world economy;
  • (iv) Improving living standards and;
  • (v) Unleashing intra-African trade.

  • The Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa, an African Union Commission (AUC) initiative, in partnership with the NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency, the African Development Bank and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, aims to accelerate infrastructure development across the continent.
    PPC as a strategic framework will run through 2040 in order to develop continental (cross-border) infrastructure (Energy, Health, Transport, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). PPC main purpose is to strengthen the consensus and ownership of large cross-border infrastructure projects.

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  • We ensure process standard on tender/bids from foreign companies as regulated by law.

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  • We ensure process standard on tender/bids from foreign companies as regulated by law.

Rural Economy and Affairs

  • We are focued on transforming Rural coummunity to become urban settlement by 2020.

Machinery & Equipments

  • We procure equippments and tractors including other products as their needs arise,