The MoU was signed by ambassador Kwesi Quartey, secretary to the Ghana president and CNTAC vice-president Xu Yingxin, Ghanaian media reported.
Yingxin said that the agreement would not only be beneficial to both parties, but would also lead to the strengthening of relationship between the two countries.
Ghana government had established SADA to develop Savannah Ecological Zone. SADA was one of the flagship initiatives of the Ghana government aimed at fast-tracking the development of the northern, upper east and upper west regions of the Savannah Ecological Zone and the northern parts of the Brong Ahafo and Volta regions, said Quartey.
He added that SADA is an initiative to facilitate the development of the Savannah Ecological Zone which is deprived to bridge the development gap between the area and the southern sector of the country. (RR)
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