News and Events
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Here you can find out how we work in Ghana, what we have achieved and what is coming up. Get regular updates and insights about our #JourneyOfChange.
Leaving an array of success stories for inclusive development and better governance: The GovID impact in Ghana
With the motto “Raise More, invest better” GovID has supported the Ministry of Finance and 100 Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies to generate more revenue and use it to improve the lives of Ghanaians.
GIZ/MOVE-ComCashew participates in the 17th ACA annual cashew conference & Expo
Over 400 professionals from Africa and beyond gathered to discuss the future of Africa's cashew industry. The ACA Conference plays a vital role in the development of the cashew industry in Africa.
Empowering Women Farmers Through Financial Independence: The Impact of VSLA and EUGAP in Northern Ghana
Since its inception, EUGAP has facilitated the formation and development of 572 Village Savings and Loans Associations (VSLAs), boasting over 15,600 members, 79% of whom are women
GIZ & Golden Exotics Impart Business Tips To Petty Traders
Over 1,200 petty traders have received helpful business tips at a financial wellness training aimed at equipping them with necessary finance and accounting knowledge to keep their businesses afloat
Summer School for Extractive Industry Stakeholders in Ghana
GIZ together with SECO and NRGI and are organizing a Summer School for key stakeholders in the extractive industry from 16 – 23 July 2023, in Takoradi on the Theme: “Effective Resource Governance As We Transition”.
Unlocking Opportunities: Germany and EU Join Forces to Boost Employment and Migration in Ghana
One of the primary goals of this innovative partnership is to bridge existing information gaps and enhance the capacities of both state and non-state actors involved in migration and employment promotion.
The Rise of Tamanaa Company Limited
Today, Tamanaa has the second largest installed capacity of 15MT/hr, and is a leading mill in Ghana in terms of visibility as well as modern equipment. Tamanaa made a difference in involving women from the beginning and created jobs and revenue for them.
German Ministers visit Ghana to address labour migration and supply chains.
How can decent working conditions be guaranteed in the production of goods at the beginning of global supply chains? And how can fair and ethical labour migration to Germany and Europe be promoted
Equipping thousands with employability skills - Ghana ‘TVET’ Voucher Programme
The Ghana TVET Voucher Programme was designed to improve the accessibility of disadvantaged individuals to fully funded and demand-oriented technical and vocational education and training, which meets quality criteria
From Local to Global. First ever skills competition earns Ghana international recognition
Ghana is the 81st member state to join the World Skills International movement. This means international recognition for Ghana, regarding her contribution to skills development, particularly for the economically active population – the youth
Wearing the African Prints with Pride
Today the company is run by a team of young professionals under 30 years old and 90% women. These women come from a diverse background – some didn’t finish school and some hold master’s degrees from overseas.
Threads That Bind: An Ethical Collaboration Between Fashion Brands In Ghana And France
What do Esther, Linda, Awurabena and Philippe have in common? A story of collaboration with Panafrica, a fashion brand created in France dedicated to ethical sourcing and manufacturing, empowering communities across the African continent.