The Social Investment Fund has increasingly gained attention for its capacity to support poor communities, especially in the context of scaling up efforts to reduce poverty. In line with this support, Read more
The Social Investment Fund (SIF)
was set up in 1998 under the Companies Code 1963 (ACT 179) by the Government of Ghana (GoG), African Development Bank (AfDB) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) as a rapid, reliable and flexible mechanism for channeling resources to deliver targeted assistance to both Ghana’s urban and rural impoverished communities. It is governed by a Board of Directors.
As a Pro-Poor Institution, our goal is to contribute effectively to reducing rural and urban poverty in Ghana. SIF also provides consultancy services for both public and private organizations. Since its incorporation as a company limited by guarantee, SIF has attained the confidence of Multilateral Institutions, Private Business entities and the Government of Ghana.