Project Administration and External Facilities
Ghana Private Sector Development Facility (GPSDF)
Thursday, 31 January 2013 09:43

Following the successful implementation of the Project named “Ghana Private Sector Development Fund”, financed by the Italian Government in 2004 for a total amount of 11,000,000 Euro, the Italian Ministry for Foreign Affairs (MAE-DGCS) approved in December 2007 additional financial resources of 22,000,000 Euro (approximately 45 million GHC) in order to continue to support the effort of the Government of the Republic of Ghana to promote private sector development.


Please visit the GPSDF Website to learn and benefit from this thriving project. You can also download forms from the links below

The SPEED Project
Wednesday, 31 May 2006 11:11


The Support Programme for Enterprise Empowerment and Development (SPEED) fund loans set up to provide capital to Private Small and micro Enterprises in Ghana.The fund grants loans of up to 60 months at market Conditions through Participatory Financial Institutions.

Japanese Non Project Type Grant
Wednesday, 31 May 2006 11:06

The Japanese Non-Project Type Grants have been set up to support the economic and structural adjustment efforts of the Government of Ghana. This fund is to promote the expansion of Small and Medium Enterprises in Ghana through the importation of Japanese capital goods.

Private Enterprise & Export Development (PEED) Project
Wednesday, 31 May 2006 10:58

Private Enterprise & Export Development (PEED) Project
The Government of Ghana in collaboration with the International Development Association (IDA) initiated the project to promote non-traditional exports by making export credits available through the banking systems to non-traditional exporters.

IFAD Projects
Wednesday, 31 May 2006 10:53


As part of poverty alleviation interventions, Government of Ghana (GOG) took various loans from the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) to estatablish various projects with a view to support micro/small enterprises in Ghana. The projects include: 

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