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UNDP Ghana announces 22 winners of its COVID-19 Innovation Challenge

UNDP Accelerator Lab in Ghana announces 22 winners of its COVID-19 Innovation Challenge.  

Ghanaian businesses are recovering but shortfalls in revenue remain a challenge, second COVID -19 Business Tracker reveals

Findings from a second-round COVID-19 Business Tracker Survey conducted between August-September, reveal Ghanaian businesses are recovering, but revenue shortfalls persist.  

Ghana COVID-19 Business Tracker Survey Wave 2 Report

Second COVID -19 Business Tracker reveals Ghanaian businesses are bouncing back but shortfalls in revenue recovering remain a challenge  

‘For Better Business Together’ programme to help transform businesses in Ghana

‘For Better Business Together (4BBT)’ programme launched to advance SDGs and COVID-19 economic recovery in Ghana.  

‘For Better Business Together’ launches in Ghana

The 4BBT programme launch will announce both global and local initiatives being built to support economic recovery in Ghana.  

COVID-19 had economic and social effects on localities, but non-state actors complement mitigating efforts, reveals Local Economies Tracker

COVID-19 had both economic and social effects on local communities in Ghana.  

Ghana’s COVID-19 Local Economies Tracker-Wave 1

COVID-19 had both economic and social effects on local communities, but assistance from non-state actors such as churches and philanthropists provided significant support in complementing Government’s…  

COVID-19 Innovation Challenge - Creating the “New Normal” and Building the Recovery

The UNDP Ghana Accelerator Lab is creating a nation-wide innovation platform to identify local solutions designed to help society as we all adjust to COVID-19.  

NDPC partners with UNDP to support Districts Assemblies prepare COVID-19 recovery plans

NDPC and UNDP are supporting Metropolitan, Municipal and Districts Assemblies (MMDAs) to prepare COVID-19 recovery plans.  

COVID-19 forced businesses in Ghana to reduce wages for over 770,000 workers, and caused about 42,000 layoffs - research reveals

The shock caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has had considerable impacts on Ghanaian firms, forcing businesses to reduce staff hours, cut wages, & lay-off workers.  

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