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Yvonne Naboo making a presentation at the meeting

Africa Smart Towns Network (ASToN), an international organization which seeks to accompany the digital transition of African local authorities by facilitating a network of cities, with the aim of promoting peer learning and providing expertise for capacity building on digital solutions for sustainable urban development, is partnering the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) in the implementation of E-tax project.

The E-tax experiment project is being piloted within the Nhyiaeso sub-Metro District Council in the Kumasi Metropolis.

The focus and objectives of the project are to collect and update data on all properties and business within the metropolitan area, use software for revenue management, procure appropriate modern revenue collection tools that will eliminate human intermediaries and enhance revenue collection and reporting.

It also seeks to train all staff whose activities affect revenue generation and enhancement.



Madam Yvonne Naboo indicated that total funding of the project was $100,000 for two and half years and would be in three phases namely Explore Phase i.e. selection of area of concentration, setting up of core Group and relevant engagements.

Engage Phase which comprises transitional meetings and E-Tax Cluster Meetings and the third phase being the Experiment Phase.


Story: EMMANUEL ANTWI JNR, PR UNIT-KMA 

Yvonne Naboo making a presentation at the meeting

Yvonne Naboo making a presentation at the meeting

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