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From left: Dr A llen Zimbler, SHS Chairman; Grete Faremo, UNOPS Executive Director and Amerley Ollenu Awua-Asamoa, Ghana’s Ambassador to Denmark at the signing of the new housing deal in Copenhagen on Monday
Ghana is expected to benefit from an additional 100,000 housing units under the affordable housing deal of the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS).
The additional housing units are meant for teachers and students, and would bring to 200,000 the total number of housing units under the UNOPS project for Ghana.
Initially, Ghana secured 100,000 housing units at a cost of $5 billion, with the project expected to commence in June 2019.
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