West Africa

West Africa

The project contributes to local economic growth and expands job creation in the Brong Ahafo Region and the Greater Accra Region. Specific Objective: To improve employment and employability for 6 000 youth and women through the promotion of local and environmentally sustainable businesses.  
The project supports local economic growth by creating economic opportunities for young people and women in the informal sector. The specific objective is to foster strong civil society and local authority partnerships that will promote local job creation, revenue mobilisation and expansion of economic activities in an environmentally sustainable manner in Ellembelle District, Western Region and in Ayawaso East and Ablekuma South sub-metros in Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) by the end of 2019.  
The project improves sustainable local economic growth and expands job creation in Asokore Mampong. Specific Objectives: To enhance the capacity of Asokore Mampong Municipal Assembly to collaborate with civil society and private sector to mobilise revenues for local development. To promote transparency and accountability to citizens, and pilot two social businesses and three public-private partnerships.
This project improves the competitiveness of the banana industry in the face of the tariff preference erosion in the EU market, while ensuring its environmental and socio-economic sustainability in the long run.
The project has helped to build housing and develop social infrastructures for banana farmers at Golden Exotic Limited, Ghana.
The main objective of this project was to support capacity development of the National Media Commission (NMC) for effective media monitoring during 2016 elections. The main expected results were:
The project aims to strengthen the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE)'s capacity to perform its constitutional mandate in respect of the 2016 general elections, and beyond. The NCCE’s operational capacity to perform its mandate in a coordinated manner was increased together with election management ‘dialogue with media and political parties.
The main objective of this project is to support capacity development of the Electoral Commission, it is also expected to further increase the integrity of the electoral process and improve accountability, transparency and participatory democracy in Ghana over the 2016-2018 electoral cycle. The main expected results: EC staff capacity to deliver electoral events in the medium term will be strengthened; The electorate will be aware of electoral procedures and processes through voter outreach programmes.
The 2017 Maternal Health Survey to be conducted in Ghana is within the scope of the Maternal Acceleration Framework (MAF) operational plan to evaluate Ghana’s progress towards the framework’s' objectives and achievement of the broader national maternal and reproductive health goals.
TRAQUE is a 15 M€ programme aiming at offering continuous support to the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MoTI), in private sector development, trade facilitation and capacity building with special attention to capacity issues in industrial strategy and post Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) implementation support.

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