Farafina Institute Survey on Development Aid - Ghana

Knowledge, Awareness and Perception of Ghanaian Citizens

Farafina Institute Working Papers Series

Nr.2 | Ghana – April 2014

Farafina Institute undertook a survey to ascertain public perceptions of development aid in Ghana. The objective of the survey was to know what a section of the population of Ghana thinks about development aid and what it means to them, to detect their knowledge on the topic and possible gaps on awareness and effectiveness. To do this, Farafina Institute reached 600 respondents (though 555 eventually returned questionnaires). These include lecturers and students of tertiary institutions, and planning officers in local governments. Questionnaires were handed out to the respondents, aged between 18 and 55 years. A few preliminary interviews were held before the survey to carry out the questionnaire design.

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