The Millennium Development Authority (MiDA) was established by an Act of Parliament (Act 702, 709 & 897 as amended). The objectives of the Authority are:
To oversee, manage and implement the Programmes under the Millennium Challenge Account for poverty reduction through economic growth as set out in each agreement between the Government of Ghana and the Millennium Challenge Corporation acting for and on behalf of the Government of the United States of America and for any other national development programme of similar nature funded by the Government of Ghana, a Development Partner or both and to provide for related matters.
“The preferred national development organization implementing public and donor funded programs to reduce poverty through economic growth”
“To oversee, manage and implement national development programs funded by the Millennium Challenge Corporation, Government of Ghana and development partners in an effective and sustainable manner”
They embrace excellence in fulfilling the mission.
In working to advance the mission and vision, they conduct all the affairs with integrity.
They are guided by transparency in all the dealings, ensuring upward and downward accountability to the stakeholders.
They are committed to inclusion, ensuring that vulnerable groups, including women, have equal rights and that there is no discrimination.
They value collaboration with the stakeholders to promote a culture of continuous engagement.