Social Enterprises in Ghana Impact 100,000 Lives
A Research Report has shown a positive outlook for Social Enterprises in Ghana with the current support systems by government and other development partners, including the British Council.
The report launched on Wednesday showed that 98 Social Enterprises in Ghana currently employ 998 youths directly and is impacting 103,148 lives.
Speaking at the launch Liliana Biglou, Head of British Council Ghana, underscored the importance of Social Enterprises.
“Business have the power not for profit alone, but to bring social empowerment to societies,” she said, adding that the United Kingdom is keen to partner with Ghana’s enthusiasm for innovation, hence the need for socially relevant solutions.