Ministry of Communications exists to facilitate the development of a reliable and cost effective world-class communications infrastructure and services, driven by appropriate technological innovations to enhance the promotion of economic competitiveness in a knowledge-based environment.

  • Inauguration of the evaluation team of DTT set-top box

  • Guest of Honour Dr. Edward Omane Boamah at the Opening Ceremony of the National Cyber Strategy Development

  • H.E President John Dramani Mahama launching the Book (Accounting to the people)

  • Ehnaced Information Community Center Kpetoe

  • 2016 Girls In ICT forum

    National Girls in ICT Forum 2016 , held at the Tamale Sports Stadium, Tamale ( girls in a practical group session )

  • Ministry Of Communications Client Service Charter

  • CTO 2016

    The official opening of African Mobile and ICT expo by H.E John Dramani Mahama at the Accra International Conference Center

  • The executives of the International Scout and Guides Fellowship pays a courtesy call on the Hon. Minister For Communications

  • National Girls in ICT Forum 2016 held at the Tamale Sports Stadium, Tamale (Hon. Kwakye Fosu presenting awards to the winners )

  • Mr. Raindolf Owusu & Dr. Dennis Addo , ITU award winners of the Mobile Health Technology platform called Bisa.


 Accounting to the people by H.E John Dramani Mahama

President John Dramani Mahama made a pact with the sovereign people of Ghana in 2012 to deliver on their mandate in a manner that will change lives and transform our dear nation, Ghana...Download Book Here




    Mr. Felix Kwakye Ofosu


President John Dramani Mahama has, in accordance with Article 79(1) of the 1992 Constitution, nominated Mr Felix Kwakye Fosu as a Deputy Minister of Communications.


e Transform Project

  The Government of Ghana has received credit from the International Development Association (IDA) in the amount of Ninety-seven Read more..


Notice of Request for comments on the DTT Policy Document         

The Ministry of Communications wishes to invite comments from all stakeholders and the general public on the national Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) Broadcasting Policy 2016. Download Policy Document ...





Client Service Charter

We, as the Ministry of Communications (MoC) have the core responsibility of initiating and developing national policies aimed at achieving cost . Read more...

                                                                                                                Mr Edward Ato Sarpong

President John Dramani Mahama has in accordance with Article 79(1) of the 1992 Constitution, nominated Mr Edward Ato Sarpong as a Deputy Minister of Communications.

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E-Transform Project




Ghana has been a pioneer in African telecommunications sector, leading the region in market liberalization deregulation, and serving as a hub for submarine cables linking the southern and northern Africa to Europe with impressive internet bandwidth and improved communications infrastructure. However, Ghanaians have not yet fully adopted ICT in their daily lives or in business operations. While mobile phone penetration is over 100 percent , the phones are used primarily for voice communications. In spite of the recent significant increase of Internet bandwidth and huge price falling of devices as well as usage charges, Internet users in Ghana are still less than 10 percent of the total population, and mobile broadband usage is extremely low (1.7 percent in 2011)




The development objective of the e -Transform Ghana Project is expected to be achieved through interventions which collectively are expected to: improve targeting of government resources, leading to more efficient use of public funds; improve efficiency and coverage of priority government services, particularly in rural and underserved areas; and nurture entrepreneurship and increase jobs through ICT -enabled entrepreneurship. The interventions include unique electronic identification systems, that validate citizens and confirms rights to public services while promoting better access to online transactions, financial and other services; and innovative applications to improve service delivery in the priority areas of health, education, judicial, and parliamentary services.



The e-Transform Ghana project will harness information technologies (such as Wide Area Networks(WAN) , the Internet, and mobile computing) to transform service operations. The project is a joint collaboration between the Government of Ghana (GOG) under the auspices of the Ministry of Communications (MOC) and the World Bank (WB)


The electronic transformation intervention is aimed at changing the way government functionaries provide services.


It will harness information technologies (such as Wide Area Networks (WAN), the Internet, and mobile computing) to transform service operations for a number of government agencies including the health, educational, judiciary, sectors etc. It is major components include-


Component 1: Enabling Environment for Electronic Government;

Component 2: Common Services and Infrastructure for Electronic Government;

Component 3: Scale up of e-Services and Applications;

Component 4: Project Management Support.


The project will involve the development of internet and computer networks and its expansion.


It will be implemented nationwide across the three geophysical zones of Ghana namely the Coastal, Middle and Northern belts.


Some potential positive project impacts include; (i) the improvement of intra-organizational and inter-organisational management due to the introduction of electronic network technologies and standards; (ii) introduction of environmentally friendly methods of operation by for example reducing material consumption through the shifting away from books to bytes, compact disks to MP3s, check books to clicks, etc.


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