Although no previous study of the impact of information gathering on Ghana's rapid socioeconomic change has been
conducted, gathering existing data about issues impeding improvement and attempting to address them is likely the most
basic component of planning a program or evaluation that can achieve the necessary social and financial change in Ghana.
The government will create a program process that supports contemporary breakthroughs as well as ways that have
worked for others in similar conditions by integrating what is known about the problem with the historical history of the
failures and triumphs of various approaches to dealing with it. This study was conducted bring clarity to the following
1. What role does information gathering play in Ghana's rapid economic growth?
2. What are the methods to collecting reliable information for the purpose of socio-economic development?
3. What are the factors that influenced the rapid socio-economic transformation of Ghana?
Questionnaires were distributed online to staff from different working professions to demonstrate how much and how
information gathering supports their day-to-day tasks at work, and the above findings show clearly beginning with the
health sector comprising 20% of the total number of workers who participated in this study online survey, 20% uses
information gathering for their future predictions and other developmental decisions. Same way questionnaires released
online to those in the education sector and the results shows that only 12% really rely on the use of information gathering
for their future predictions and onward policy making.