Koforidua, Ghana, February 21, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Neoedge, the leading corporate events organiser has successfully organised the gathering of the most important personalities who are involved in the in shaping the future of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) projects in Africa.
The 4-day workshop, entitled “Legal and Commercial Aspects of Successful PPPs” held in Koforidua, Ghana, the Minister of Justice and Attorney General, H.E. Marietta Brew Appiah-Oppong said: “This is a good platform for collaboration and let us together work on solutions and carry on with such seminars which identify the outstanding matters regarding PPPs.”
The capacity building workshop, from 27th - 30th of January 2014, was facilitated by Marshall Levine, Managing Partner at PPP Legal Advisors. The event is designed to have modular programs and live consultations to engage all participants in extensive discussions to help the Government of Ghana prepare for the upcoming PPP projects.
High Ranking Officials present at the event:
Republic of Ghana’s Solicitor General, H.E. Amma Gaisie (Opening Ceremony)
Minister of Justice and Attorney General, H.E. Marietta Brew Appiah-Oppong (Opening Message)
Minister of Finance, H. E. Seth Terkper (Closing Remarks)
Other Delegates present at the event:
4 High Court Judges
8 Chief State Attorneys
2 Principal State Attorneys
3 Senior State Attorneys
11 State Attorneys
4 Assistant State Attorneys
2 Lawyers from Ministry of Finance
2 Lawyers from Public Procurement Authority
1 Lawyer from Ministry of Road and Highways
2 private lawyers from Ghana
3 participants from Ghana Airport Corporation Limited
2 international delegates from ECOWAS Bank of Investment Development Togo
2 international delegates from PTC India
1 international delegate from Uganda Civil Aviation Authority
The most exciting part about the seminar was the interactive learning through group presentations. Delegates were divided into several groups and were assigned different topics and subtopics on capacity building activities for Government of Ghana and Africa in general, in regard to working on PPP laws. The presentations were followed by a well-facilitated question and answer portion.