MINISTRY OF WORKS AND HOUSING ENGAGES STAKEHOLDERS AHEAD OF BENCHH 2024

As part of preparations towards the maiden edition of the Built Environment National Conference on Housing and Hydrology (BENCHH) 2024, the Sector Deputy Minister and Chair of the Planning Committee, Hon Prince Hamid Armah (MP) has met with various stakeholders in the built, construction and finance industries to discuss how their respective partnership and expertise can be leveraged to successfully organise what will eventually become an annual event.

Stakeholders such as developers in the real estate industry, manufacturers of built materials and financial institutions as well as media partners have been engaged by the Sector Minister to put up a successful maiden edition.

The BENCHH 2024, scheduled to take place at the Labadi Beach Hotel from July 2 to July 4, 2024, under the theme “Enhancing Collaboration to Tackle Ghana’s Housing and Hydrology   Challenges”, is part of the sector Ministry’s commitment to addressing critical challenges confronting the housing and hydrology sub-sectors of the national economy.

The 3-day Conference is expected to bring together renowned experts, industry players and   other   stakeholders to discuss, share insights, and craft innovative solutions aimed at fostering a more sustainable built environment sector in Ghana.

Explaining the idea behind the Conference, Dr Hamid Armah said it is to provide the appropriate platform to identify practical solutions to critical hydrology and housing challenges while fostering sustainable and resilient development within Ghana’s built environment sector.

The Deputy Minister was optimistic that the Conference will culminate into actionable measures to foster policy directions address the myriads of challenges in the built and hydrology sectors. “The outcomes are expected to result in actionable resolutions, potentially leading to the amendment and creation of new policy directions”. Dr Hamid Armah noted.

The BENCHH 2024

Themed “Enhancing Collaboration to Tackle Ghana’s Housing and Hydrology Challenges,” the Conference is designed to bring together a diverse group of participants, including researchers, practitioners, financiers, material developers, policymakers, and other stakeholders. Through moderated panel discussions and collaborative sessions, attendees will explore innovative approaches to industry challenges and develop actionable recommendations to inform policy making.

Benefits for Stakeholders

Stakeholders participating in the BENCHH 2024 will have the opportunity to showcase their expertise through exhibitions, connect with potential customers, meet target audiences, and engage with other industry players. The conference promises significant benefits, including brand visibility and the building of strategic relationships for future collaborations.

For more information, visit http://benchh.mwh.gov.gh

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