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Government's Public Private Partnership 12 Accra, 16 Nov. GNA - Dr Kwabena Duffuor, Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, has said under the public-private partnership (PPP), a Project Development Facility will be used to finance upstream investment appraisal, value-for-money assessment and other feasibility and safeguard studies.[read..]

Ghana To Host Youth Leaders Across Africa On AU Day The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration in collaboration with Model African Union Secretariat (MAUS) would host about 500 youth leaders across Africa as part of the 49th African Union Day (AU) celebration in Accra on May 25.[read..]

 

The Ghana Center for Enterprenuership, Employment and Innovation in collaboration with Oasis Websoft will today launch an African Operating System Software known as the Ananse Operating System Software.
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Ghana Youth Employment Forum.The Ghana Center for Entrepreneurship, Employment and Innovation's Youth Employment Forum was held on the 4th of July 2012 at the World Bank Ghana Office,North Ridge to assess the impact of the Modules of some four Institutions with a primary aim to create jobs in Ghana.[read..]

 

The Ghana Center for Entrepreneurship, Employment and Innovation is to train youth in Understanding Policy, Policy formulation and Implementation in partnership with IMANI Ghana on the 7th of November 2012 at the High Gate Hotel from 9am-12:00pm. IMANI Ghana is an award winning not for profit Think Tank in Africa based in Ghana, ranked the 6th most effective Think Tank in Africa and among the twenty most innovative think tanks globally by the University of Pennsylvania, the UN University and Foreign Policy Magazine and has gained considerable international repute and significance in Africa, particularly Ghana’s policy environment for putting objective, independent analysis and critique on many issues, using tried and tested techniques that apply across different disciplines. [read..]

Entrepreneurship Development: The key to employment generation in Ghana..The leading opposition party in Ghana, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has described the 2012 budget presented to parliament on Wednesday, 16th November, 2011 by the Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Dr.Kwabena Duffour as a ‘recycled budget’ which has nothing good to offer the people of Ghana. [read..]

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