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DIRECTIVE BY THE BUSAC FUND IN LIGHT OF THE COVID-19

Following the directives issued by the government of Ghana, the BUSAC Fund advises all grantees to suspend all workshops and gatherings related to their advocacy action for FOUR WEEKS.   Kindly notify us of the postponement of activities related to your advocacy action in writing and furnish the Secretariat on a new date as soon as the ban is lifted. You can read more about the directives issued by the Government of Ghana regarding Coronavirus on the websites below: http://ghanahealthservice.org/covid19/ http://www.presidency.gov.gh/ Also, follow the instructions of the World Health Organization at: https://www.who.int/ Read more

BUSAC FUND RECEIVES CITATION FROM GARIA

The Ghana Association of Restructuring and Insolvency Advisors (GARIA) presented a citation to the BUSAC Fund at the first GARIA Presidential Fund raising Dinner and Awards Night held in Accra on 3rd August, 2019. GARIA presented the citation In recognition of the BUSAC Fund's commitment to the development of Ghana's private sector, and in appreciation of the Fund's support to GARIA's advocacy initiatives over the years. His Excellency, President Nana Akuffo Addo acknowledged the BUSAC Fund's support for GARIA in his address. 

 

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MINISTRY WORKS ON POLICY

 The Ministry of Business Development is developing a national entrepreneurship policy to help address most of the difficulties faced by entrepreneurs.

It has started the process by successfully initiating a draft document of the policy. The ministry, as part of its broader stakeholder engagement in the development of the policy, has met with stakeholders in the private sector, including the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) and the Private Enterprise Federation, to introduce them to the document and solicit their inputs to fine-tune it.

 

AMDT ADVOCACY SPECIALIST INTERACTS WITH BUSAC FUND

The Agricultural Markets Development Trust (AMDT), a sister fund of BEST-Dialogue Tanzania, has been established as a long-term facility to address challenges experienced in past market development initiatives in Tanzania. Established by the Governments of Denmark, Sweden, Ireland and Switzerland, the Trust works towards strengthening market systems for business associations within the agricultural sector, with special focus on making markets work for the poor. 

As part of efforts to enhance the advocacy capacity of business associations, and to promote constructive public-private sector dialogue in Tanzania, AMDT’s Advo

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