Accra, the Ghanaian capital city is served by the only international airport, the Kotoka International Airport [KIA]. For more information on KIA and Ghana, visit http://www.ghanaairports.com.gh
The conference venue is the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), the local official governing body of the city of Accra (the Accra Metropolis) located in the heart of the Ghanaian capital, close to the city’s central business district. It is 15 minutes away from the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) by car. From the Kotoka International Airport, take the Independence Avenue, then follow Barnes road to the south of the Octagon Building to the Assembly building. The AMA building complex offers offices and a conference facility where the CCPOP-Ghana 2019 will be held. It is in Tudu a suburb of Accra in an area bordering Ghana’s Independence Avenue and the Barnes Road. Tudu is also a major local transportation hub for suburbs in Accra and towns across the country and making the AMA easily accessible. Other nearby facilities include the Accra City Hotel, Government Buildings, and the State Transport Company (STC) Bus Terminal. The AMA represents a City that has demonstrated resilience to climate change and related challenges and received many commendations and awards such as the C40 Cities Blomberg Philanthropies Awards for 2019.
Yellow fever vaccination requirement: Yellow fever is an acute viral infection transmitted by the Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes. It is endemic and epidemic in several countries in Africa, South America and Caribbean Islands. Case fatality rate is high in classic yellow fever epidemics. There is no curative medical treatment but however highly preventable by vaccination. In accordance with the International Health Regulations IHR2005 which involves
All travelers above nine (9) months old coming into Ghana are required to have been vaccinated against Yellow fever at least Ten days before the proposed date of travel and where already vaccinated the duration of the vaccination status should not be more than Ten years before entering Ghana. As a result, Health officials at all ports of entry carry out vigorous checks on travel documents with respect to Yellow fever vaccination certificates in accordance with Article 36 and Annex 6 as depicted above.
Visa to Conference
Ghana Visa Regulations – Entry Requirements [Only Registered Participants Will Receive Formal Invitation for Visa Application].
Requirement Checklist include:
Tourism / Recreation
Ghana is a land of cultural diversity, and cutting across all sections of society and the environment. The hospitality of the Ghanaian is well known all over the world, stemming from a strong cultural bond, dignity and respect for all creations. Tourism and recreation cut across nature (wildlife and forests), beaches, water bodies, heritage sites (e.g. castles), the hotel industry, festivals, handicraft (e.g. kente, woodcrafts), textiles, and many more. Visit the following sites and select places of your choice.
1. The Ghana Tourist Board
2. Wildlife Division, Ghana Forestry Commission
3. Ghana National Commission on Culture
Several web sites provide detail and diverse information for all your needs to enable you enjoy your stay whilst attending the conference. Visit http://www.ghanaweb.com; Ghana Hospitality http://ghanahospitality.com