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Nkosuo Program to Support Ghanaian MSMEs Impacted by COVID-19

Ghana's Deputy Minister of Trade and Industries, Robert Ahomka-Lindsay, today launched the Nkosuo program, a partnership between the National Board for Small Scale Industries (NBSSI) and the Mastercard Foundation COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Program to support Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) who need assistance to survive the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. With an initial commitment of GHS 90 million from the Mastercard Foundation, the program will provide financial assistance, in the form of grants and soft loans, via participating institutions, including banks, fintechs, mobile lenders, NGOs, and Business Development Services. Read more

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The Nkosuo program, with an initial commitment of GHS 90 million from the Mastercard Foundation, will provide financial assistance, in the form of grants and soft loans, via participating institutions, including banks, fintechs, mobile lenders, NGOs, and Business Development Services.

Ghana's Deputy Minister of Trade and Industries, Robert Ahomka-Lindsay, today launched the Nkosuo program, a partnership between the National Board for Small Scale Industries (NBSSI) and the Mastercard Foundation COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Program to support Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) who need assistance to survive the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Nkosuo program, with an initial commitment of GHS 90 million from the Mastercard Foundation, will provide financial assistance, in the form of grants and soft loans, via participating institutions, including banks, fintechs, mobile lenders, NGOs, and Business Development Services.

With an initial commitment of GHS 90 million from the Mastercard Foundation, Nkosuo program launched by Ghana's Deputy Minister of Trade and Industries, Robert Ahomka-Lindsay, will provide financial assistance, in the form of grants and soft loans, via participating institutions, including banks, fintechs, mobile lenders, NGOs, and Business Development Services.

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