The thematic speaker for the 2022 Annual General Meeting of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana has called on the leadership of the Society and all relevant stakeholders to consider a review of the Society’s 10-year Strategic Plan to align it with Government priorities.

Mansa Nettey made this pronouncement when she took her turn to address the AGM in Tamale.  According to her, “a conscious alignment of the Society’s plan [for instance], with the 10-point pillars of Government’s Industrial Transformational Agenda being championed by the Ministry of Trade and Industry could attract the needed partnerships and speed up the execution of our strategy.”

The banking guru believes alignment and collaboration will facilitate the achievement of key deliverables of the PSGH Strategic Plan


The 10-year Strategic Plan Document is a focused approach to guide the professional and the profession towards the aspired pathway of excellence and actualization.

It may be recalled that the Government of Ghana has on several occasions stressed on plans to make Ghana the pharmaceutical manufacturing hub of the West African Sub-region. With the support of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), the National Development Planning Commission, the Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana, and various stakeholders, Ghana has developed the Ghana Pharmaceutical Sector Development Strategy (GPSDS) with the vision of making Ghana a world-class pharmaceutical investment and manufacturing hub, producing and supplying high-quality and affordable medicines for the people of the whole continent. A coordinated approach to these initiatives, backed by a strong political will has the potential of achieving this objective in the medium- to long-term