Richmond Yankson lost his only source of livelihood when he sacked as a casual worker at the Gomoa Central District Assembly. But luckily for him a training in beadwork funded by REP had been planned. Read more
Perseverance and determination led Fati Seidu into an experiment in 2006 that has been nurtured over the years to become a popular brand on the market – Fathad Hausa Koko Powder (a local porridge made Read more
Bongo-Soe Shea Pickers and Processors was formed as a co-operative on 28th March 1997. The group is divided into sub-groups with some being pickers, processors and managers. However, it was not until Read more
The Rural Enterprises Programme (REP) is part of Ghana Government’s efforts to reduce poverty and improve living conditions in the rural areas. It is an excellent example of the commitment of the Government of Ghana and development partners to scale up successful projects.