Our Impact Report

Creating economic opportunities

We believe that women in Ghana are change catalysts at all levels of their communities. It is important to create, through concerted efforts, favorable opportunities that removes all forms of barriers to access to information, knowledge and capital. Doing these ensures that women are able to engage in dignifying economic activities that will help them support their families to live dignifying lives.

We are relentless in ensuring that women, everywhere, have access to relevant and applicable business management education, tailored business mentoring, networking with like-minded entrepreneurs, and gain access to flexible capital and grants to build resilient businesses.

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Dignifying Labour

We actively partner, support and promote development-oriented policies that support productive income activities, decent job creation, entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation, and encourage the formalization and growth of female-led micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises including access to capital.


We believe that actions, not rhetoric, are needed to support the Sustainable Development Goal which gives women access to decent and dignifying work.


Women remain stuck in cycles of abuse and violence because they are economically dependent on their abusers or predators. We are confident that when women are economically empowered, they are able to make the right decisions and choices for themselves and their children.


We are tirelessly working hard to help eliminate all forms of violence against all women and girls, including trafficking and sexual and all other forms exploitation by economically equipping them to take charge of their destinies.

Innovation & Industry

We strive to increase the number of small-scale industries and enterprises which are able to access financial services, including grants, affordable credits and Small Business Administration loans.


We also strive to ensure that these small-scale industries and enterprises are integrated into existing or new value/market chains to ensure that female led cottage, micro, small and medium enterprises become viable, sustainable and profitable.