SIF BENEFICIARIES

SIF BENEFICIARIES

SIF is designed to directly improve the lives of the poor in our society. However, special attention is given to women, the youth, and street children in both rural and urban impoverished communities. The whole Ghanaian community benefits from SIF through improvements in the living standards of people.

WHAT SIF SUPPORTS

tailoring, seam stressing beneficiaries

Support to the development of Garment manufacturing in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region
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ECONOMIC INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES INCLUDING:

:: Agricultural Production and activities that enhance productivity of small scale farmers, for instance, construction of culverts, extension services, rural water and small scale irrigation, among others.
:: Promotion of non-crop farm activities such as raising of chicken, small ruminants rearing, fish ponds and forest products, among others.
:: Off farm rural productive micro enterprise development and management such as carpentry, tailoring, seamstressing, baking and recycling of agricultural waste products, among others.
Nurses’ Quarters for the Hlefi Community at Ho Municipality in the Volta Region

 

 

 

 

Nurses’ Quarters for the Hlefi Community at Ho Municipality in the Volta Region
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SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES INCLUDING:

:: Nutrition improvement, primary health care, family planning, health clinic rehabilitation and maintenance, among others.
:: Primary, non formal, vocational and technical education and school rehabilitation and enhancement of operational quality.
:: Water and sanitation.
Afari Potters’ group in the Atwima District in Ashanti Region

Afari Potters’ group in the Atwima District in A/R
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Credit support to the Power Pineapple Growers at Abonya in the Dangme District of Greater Accra Region

Credit support to Power Pineapple Growers at Abonya – G/R
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URBAN POVERTY REDUCTION, INCLUDING:

:: Self help urban sanitation and environmental health activities.
:: Community oriented micro enterprise activities capable of recycling useful trash.
:: Capacity building for local agencies assisting street children.
:: Initiatives to tie micro entrepreneurs into non-traditional export networks.
:: Development of urban infrastructure management and maintenance schemes.

MICROFINANCING INCLUDING:

:: Capacity building for non-banking financial institutions.
:: Support to NGO micro-finance networks for research and strategy development.
:: Support for initiatives to support susu collectors and enhance their roles.
:: Financial support to microfinance institutions for on-lending to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).
Capacity Building, including:

National Workshop on Planning Issues at Kumasi in the Ashanti Region
…………………………..SIF Consultancy Team Engaged in a Brainstorming Session

 

SIF Consultancy Team Engaged in a Brainstorming Session
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TRAINING AND CAPACITY BUILDING:

:: 1.Training and technical support to strengthen microfinance institutions.
:: 2.Training and technical support to Community Based Organizations (CBOs) in rural and urban areas.
:: 3.Training and technical support to Metropolitan, Municipal, District Assemblies (MMDAs) committees and other local government entities in project related activities.
:: 4.Training and technical support to indigenous NGOs.
:: 5. Capacity building of urban micro enterprise development.
:: 6.Convening of workshops to enhance cooperation among stakeholders.

CONSULTANCY SERVICES, INCLUDING:

:: 1.Medium Term Development Plans Preparations.
:: 2.Baseline survey and socio-economic Research.
:: 3.Decentralization, Governance and Community Development.
:: 4.Project Formulation, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation.
:: 5.Private Sector Development and Business Advisory Services for MSMEs.
:: 6.Human Resource Development, Manuals Development, Training and Workshop Facilitation.