Ordnance Survey is certainly one of United Kingdom’s world-main mapping agency. This agency has partnered Ghana through the UK’s ambassador to Ghana, Mr. Iain Walker to build a virtual base map for the West African country. The map is to help Ghana to create a new digitized land registry system, the first of its kind in Ghana.
The base map will assist to make clear land ownership, and vividly feel the many related benefits. This agreement was as a result of the good partnership between Ghana and the UK Business Council. However, each countries has tapped into the expertise around the Commonwealth to drive its goals for the digital sector.
The United Kingdom has engaged in businesses of such nature together for a long time and believe both international locations have more to provide in phrases of business. The virtual base map is to make sure that Ghanaians enjoy virtual access, faucet into new digital platforms that offer efficient and less expensive services, access digital literacy abilities and training, create jobs across the virtual sector, and create made-in-Africa solutions.
This virtual base map agreement is to facilitate the growth of Ghana to be a producer but not handiest a patron of global generation as always. As a matter of fact, it is also to emphasize the need for partnership between the Government of Ghana and the private sector to position in location creative and innovative measures that would improve monetary and social well being of the people, especially the youth.