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  • THE ASPFA SUCCESS STORY
    The Agormanya Sweet Potato Farmers Association (ASPFA) is made up of sweet potato famers based in Agormanya, a small town in the Lower Manya Krobo District in the Eastern Region.
  • GCSCA SUCCESSFULLY ADVOCATES FOR MANDATE TO SELF-REGULATE
    Susu collection is one of the oldest traditional methods of mobilizing savings in Africa. Indeed Wikipedia, the famous online encyclopaedia rightly points out that Susu Collectors, largely based in Ghana, operate a form of microfinance service as "they provide (for a small fee) an informal means for Ghanaians to securely save and access their own money and gain limited access to credit."....
  • THE GhIE SUCCESS STORY
    I recall an incident a few years back where a multi-storey building under construction came crumbling down at the OA Transport yard in Kumasi. This catastrophe ended the lives of innocent bystanders. Out of curiosity I went there personally to inspect the site and was baffled beyond doubt when I saw the enormous amount of iron rods peeping out at me from the debris. ...
  • Minister asks assemblies to support SMEs
  • COTVET trains 150 mastercraftsmen
LATEST NEWS
  • BUSAC FUND WINS 2013 SME AGENCY AWARD
    The Business Sector Advocacy Challenge (BUSAC) Fund has won the 2013 SME Agency Award at the maiden edition of the Small and Medium Enterprise Ghana Awards (SMEGA). The award was given in recognition of the Fund's contribution to creating a more enabling business environment for the Ghanaian private sector......
  • Protecting Consumer Rights, Consumer Protection Commission Proposed
    In spite of the considerable stability and growth of the Ghanaian economy over the last two decades, we continue to stumble in the areas of consumer protection and rights because of a lack of well coordinated legislative regime that offers protection for patrons and consumers of critical services and goods.....
  • GIVE YOUR PATRONS VALUE FOR THEIR MONEY—TOURISM MINISTER TELLS HOSPITALITY SERVICE GROUPS
    The Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Hon Mrs. Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare has observed that Ghanaians have become sophisticated and have an appreciation for standard and quality service......
  • CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PRAISES GOVERNMENT
    The Sekondi-Takoradi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (STCCI) has commended Cabinet and Parliament for the commitment they showed in passing the Petroleum Sector local content and participation policy into law.
  • Farmers Urged To Advocate Holistic Agriculture Bill
    Bolgatanga, April 8, GNA - Professor David Millar, a former Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University for Development Studies (UDS)...
  • Farmers Schooled On Climate Change Adaptation
    Tamale, April, 8, GNA - Some 3,000 smallholder farmers from 16 communities in the Upper East, Upper West and the Northern regions had benefited from a training programme on climate change adaptation measures....
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