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Ghana Power Compact: Evaluation Design Report

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  • Duncan Chaplin
  • Delia Welsh
  • Arif Mamun
  • Nick Ingwersen
  • Kristine Bos
  • Erin Crossett
  • Poonam Ravindranath
  • Dara Bernstein
  • William Derbyshire

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This report presents Mathematica’s plans for conducting a decade-long evaluation of the Ghana II Power Compact. The five-year compact is being implemented by the Millennium Challenge Corporation and Ghana’s Millennium Development Authority.

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  • Duncan Chaplin & Delia Welsh & Arif Mamun & Nick Ingwersen & Kristine Bos & Erin Crossett & Poonam Ravindranath & Dara Bernstein & William Derbyshire, "undated". "Ghana Power Compact: Evaluation Design Report," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 8c1896c6f9af45f08347287c1, Mathematica Policy Research.
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