$15.5m package to support Ghana's SMEs

17 September 2020

Ghana has launched a GH¢90m ($15.5m) stimulus package to help the country’s SMEs stave off the impact of Covid-19.

The government’s new Covid-19 Recovery and Resilience Programme aims to provide grants and loans to agriculture and agro-businesses, water and sanitation, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, and manufacturing.

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