The Ghana National Bibliography (GNB) is compiled at the George Padmore Research Library on African Affairs and published by the Ghana Library Authority. Both the bimonthly supplement and the annual cumulation are compiled from catalogues and acquisitions lists of existing libraries in Ghana, but the majority of the items are based on materials received under the Book and Newspaper Registration Act (Act 73) of 1961.

The bibliography includes everything about Ghana (no matter where published) and everything by Ghanaians. The adoption of the ISBD has resulted in international recognition of the bibliography.


The strategic plan of the Ghana Library Authority (GhLA) is usually a document containing a five-year period plan. The plan explores an unprecedented narrative and pathway never imagined. It sets a bold new vision in alignment with the changing needs of the modern Library patron.


This report is on Ghana Library Authority's 2021 performance analyzed based on five key objectives
◌ Increase reach of Literacy Interventions implemented by GhLA.
◌ Build capacity of School and Public Librarian in digital service delivery.
◌ Increase number of library resources available to patrons.
◌ Improved delivery of library infrastructure.
◌ Increase number of Libraries.


This Right to Information Manual seeks to make available to the public and applicants of information, the classes of information accessible at the Ghana Library Authority. The Manual has been compiled in compliance with section 3 of the Right to Information Act, 2019 (Act 989).


Policy is a law, regulation, procedure, administrative action, incentive, or voluntary practice of governments and other institutions. Policy decisions are frequently reflected in resource allocations.


GhLA takes a cue to report on issues which cuts accross spheres. Other documents are listed to project these ideologies.