Ghana’s 17th IMF Program: Turning The Wheels To Embrace Entrepreneurship and Youth Employment

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Ghana has over the years submitted to the IMF interventions, including the controvertible structural adjustment program (SAP) in the 1980s. In the past decade, the country has undergone its...

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Press Release: REF Index Recommendation in Light of Ghana’s 2022 Budget Statement and Economic Policy

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13th December, 2021 2021/02/PR Press Release Regional Entrepreneurship Freedom Index Recommendation in Light of Ghana’s 2022 Budget Statement and Economic Policy The Regional Entrepreneurship Freedom Index (REF Index) is...

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Aceye Calls On Ecowas To Prioritize Youth Employment As A Sustainable Means To Fight Terrorism

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2019/03/PR. 16th October, 2019. ACEYE PRESS RELEASE. Violent extremism has now become a great threat for several countries in West Africa. So far, the Economic Community of West Africa...

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Unopposed Parliamentary Seats and Monetization Of Politics: An Abuse Of Power, Breeder Of Tyranny And Marginalization Of The Youth

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2020/01/PR.  24th February 2020. ACEYE PRESS RELEASE. The Africa Centre for Entrepreneurship and Youth Empowerment is disturbed by the increasing endorsement by some Ghanaian legislators and political actors for...

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2020 Budget – Government Must Be Deliberate and More Innovative to End the Vicious Cycle of Unemployment

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2019/04/PR 25th November 2019 ACEYE PRESS RELEASE Unemployment has become both a universal and a national scourge difficult to address. Based on emerging concerns, the impact of unemployment has...

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ACEYE Alert: Ghana’s Railway Transport System – A second chance to ensure effectiveness, efficiency, and sustainability.

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2019/03/PR ACEYE PRESS RELEASE 5th November 2019 Railway transport has been an integral part of urbanization in any developed economy. It has become so integral to urbanization that almost...

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