Increased production at the TEN oil and Sankofa gas hydrocarbon fields, which became operational in August and May respectively, will lift growth further. Exploitation of the Jubilee oil field, hampered by several technical incidents inshould start to benefit from the development work undertaken in
Our programs increase incomes and support local economies, being especially mindful of the needs of youth, women and marginalized groups. We use a systems-based approach that relies on comprehensive analysis, local capacity building, market facilitation and sustainable solutions identified and implemented in collaboration with the private sector and local partners.
Our work focuses in six main areas: Enterprise, Value Chain and Market Systems Development Using a market facilitation approach, Global Communities works MSMEs to leverage opportunities for growth through improvement in production, quality control and business management and facilitation of new market linkages.
We build the capacity of new and growing entrepreneurs with technical skills development, management training, access to finance and access to market information—leading to increased sales, employment and incomes.
Global Communities also works with innovative and influential enterprises to facilitate activities that lead to growth for firms throughout the value chain.
We work with the private sector to customize technical training programs, provide soft skills and entrepreneurship training, and place trained youth in internships and apprenticeships for on-the-job learning and skills development.
Through linking private sector firms, training providers, government and vulnerable youth in a collaborative action approach, we foster systemic change in the transition of disadvantaged youth to sustainable livelihoods by improving the alignment between the demand for and supply of skills in the marketplace.
Livelihoods and Resilience Global Communities takes a comprehensive approach to build resilience and reduce household vulnerability, working with households who have experienced or are at risk of economic, social, health and environmental shocks and those dealing with factors such as disability or lower social status.
We build and protect livelihoods and assets while linking people to local networks of social, health and education services that provide critical safety nets.
Using a market-based approach to income generation, Global Communities also mobilizes savings, provides technical training, develops cooperatives and market linkages, and promotes entrepreneurship.
Financial Inclusion Global Communities is an innovator in providing locally appropriate financial solutions. We operate a range of models from assisting community savings and lending groups with technical support and linkages to formal financial institutions to operating development finance institutions DFIs to providing loan guarantees.
Local Economic Development We work with communities to develop and execute local economic development strategies that drive inclusive economic growth, providing jobs and market opportunities for local citizens and privately owned firms.
We engage the government, the private sector and civil society in defining local economic development priorities and designing targeted interventions that lead to more vibrant local economies and broad-based economic growth.
Cooperative Development Global Communities takes a comprehensive approach to promoting cooperative enterprises. We build the capacity of primary cooperatives, support apex organizations to strengthen their operations, foster growth through new partnerships, engage in policy development and collaborate with universities on research initiatives to foster academic engagement in the sector.
Our programming is based on a common philosophy rooted in five dimensions of cooperative development governance, management, production, marketing and membership that provide a sustainable foundation for commercial and social capital growth.
Leaning on the seven Rochdale Principles, our programs also provide capacity building activities that foster civic engagement, gender parity and financial inclusion.
Recent Economic Development Work Agribusiness Investment for Market Stimulation AIMS is a five-year initiative to bolster trade in key agricultural sectors in Kenya, Tanzania and Malawi by increasing access to financing and markets for small and medium-sized agribusinesses.
Funded by the U. In partnership with the Eastern Africa Grain Council and business development service providers, Global Communities builds the capacity of agribusinesses and improves access to regional markets through enhanced buyer-seller linkages and access to market information.
The project applies an integrated market-systems model to improve the capacity of youth and service providers across the value chain. Key objectives are to: Accra, Kumasi, Sekondi-Takoradi, Ashaiman and Tema; and 2 provide increased coordination and support for a better enabling environment by construction sector stakeholders.
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Cristina Benton Ms. Benton is a Senior Consultant with Anderson Economic Group, directing the Market & Industry Analysis practice area. Her background is in research and data analysis, community and economic development, and urban planning. Financial Development and Economic Growth: The Case of Turkey and Romania1 Celil AYDIN investigation of the foundations of economic development in Turkey and Romania.
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