Market Development Programme for Northern Ghana (MADE)

EMPRETEC Ghana conducted Entrepreneurship Training Workshops for 54 SME agribusiness partners of Market Development Programme for Northern Ghana (MADE) in Tamale and Bolgatanga, Ghana, in April, 2019. Funding provided by UK Aid.

UNDP/Government of The Gambia

EMPRETEC Ghana undertook a Scoping Mission, Project Documentation Preparation and Installation of the EMPRETEC model of Entrepreneurship Development in The Gambia. This project sought to train and prepare a total of 6,000 entrepreneurs to establish successful enterprises or grow and expand their businesses. The Project was completed in June 2017.

United Nations Entity on Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women)

EMPRETEC Ghana provided entrepreneurial skills training and post-training Business Support Services to 40 women-owned businesses of the South Sudan Women Entrepreneurs Association in Juba, South Sudan from May 2016 to February 2017.

UNILEVER Ghana Foundation

EMPRETEC Ghana provided capacity building in entrepreneurship skills development to over 1,000 women in Micro and Small Enterprises under the 'Perfect Neighbourhood Programme' in Tema, Accra, Cape Coast and Kumasi, Ghana in November 2016. The Programme was sponsored by UNILEVER Ghana Foundation.

UNDP/Government of the Federal Republic of Ethiopia

EMPRETEC Ghana undertook a Scoping Mission, Project Documentation Preparation and Installation of the EMPRETEC model of Entrepreneurship Development in Ethiopia. The objective of this Project was to bring about a Transformational Change in agriculture and industry through unleashing the potential of over 20,000 small scale farmers and Micro, Small and Medium scale enterprises (MSME) through entrepreneurial skills training and provision of a dedicated and comprehensive range of business advisory services. Project was completed in June 2016.

Millennium Development Authority (MiDA)

The Millennium Development Authority (MiDA) engaged the services of EMPRETEC Ghana to conduct Entrepreneurial Training Programme for alternative livelihood for over 800 'Project Affected Persons' i.e. roadside traders dislocated as a result of the construction of the Tetteh Quarshie - Mallam (N1) Highway. EMPRETEC Ghana undertook Community Sensitization; Training Needs Assessment; Training Delivery; Post-Training Assessment; and Business Counseling and Mentorship Services. The Programme was completed in October 2011.

UNDP/Government of Ghana

EMPRETEC Ghana conducted entrepreneurship training for 897 Micro-Finance Institutions (MFI) in the Central, Eastern, Ashanti and Brong Ahafo Regions of Ghana to build their capacity to grow their business in order to expand their client base and outreach to the poor, especially to women in the MSME sector. EMPRETEC Ghana further provided Business Development Services to selected owner-managers of MFIs to enable them improve the productivity, scale and commercial results of their enterprises and thereby impact on wealth creation and poverty reduction. The Project was under the auspices the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Government of Ghana (GoG) and was completed in 2011.

Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Ghana

EMPRETEC Ghana conducted a Need-Based Training in Business Development/Marketing for over 250 Root and Tuber Producers, Processors and Traders operating in 14 selected districts across Ghana. Project completed in June 2009.