Ghana’s 2015 budget was presented to parliament by the Finance Minister, Hon. Seth Terkpeh on 19th November, 2014. The title of the budget was ‘Securing the bright medium term prospects of the Economy’. The title suggests the government’s desire to bring economic growth into the country.
The budget is simply a projection of what government intends to do in a particular year and at what cost. Administratively, Ghana is divided into 10 regions. These regions have several district and municipal assemblies under them, all of which come together to form the local government.
Use the interactive map below to see where your taxes have been allocated to and see which Metropolitan, Municipal or District Assembly gets what. Hover on an area of the map to see the total amount for a particular region and select that area to learn more about it