Project #4453

Training 20 Ghana Young Women Social Entrepreneurs

by Ghanaian High-Tech Women


The program connects, trains, and support 20 young women as social entrepreneurs in Ghana to come up with sustainable, high impact and scalable social innovations via a 12 month incubation & training.
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Despite the emphasis on the importance of social ventures across Ghana, women in this sector lack a widely shared challenges of capacity building, lack of strategy, good management, self confidence, role models, funding, lower education, negative perception of the society of non profits, challenges of working women which inhibit women social entrepreneurs to profit, flourish and have positive impacts in community developments through their social ventures via workshops and incubation program.


The program provides a 12 month intensive training, workspace, mentorship, apprenticeship team and opportunities to funding and business plan for the brightest 20 ideas to improve lives in Ghana.

Long-Term Impact

Our long-term goal is to advance a culture of social entrepreneurship whereby women lead innovative grassroots change, sustained by their own community and activities. Each year,six social ventures would be launched in Ghana.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).


Ghanaian Young Women Social Entreprenuers

Organization Information

Ghanaian High-Tech Women

Location: Mamprobi, Accra - Ghana
Project Leader:
Ama Pomaa Boateng
Executive Director
Accra, Greater Accra Ghana

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