Since the inception of the BUSAC Fund, 362 grantees have so far received grants totaling GH¢11.5 million in all the 130 districts of Ghana between 2004 - 2009. 82 grantees (22.65% of the total number of grantees) have benefited from the outreach facility which gives weak associations the opportunity to access grants from BUSAC Fund.
Enhancing women's property rights in securitization of farmland entitlement
Documentation of Farmland around the Ankasa Protected Area
Action for Tourism Sector Development in Kintampo
Advocacy for storage facilities to curb post-harvest
Promting the use of ICT in pro-Private Sector reforms
Advocacy for Protection of Ghanaian Industries
Advocacy for the Review of the Banking Act 2004, Act 673
Advocate for Decentralization of Sand and Stone Wining Regulations
Advocacy for Participation in Policy Formulation and Planning at Regional and District Levels.
Good business practice for small scale industries
Promoting self-employment and micro businesses in Brong-Ahafo
Advocacy for the allocation of space and storage facility in Wa central market.
Advocacy for the Standardization of Batik Tie & Dye Products
Quality standards to improve the image (and quality) of the tie and dye products.
Removing trade barriers to the development of the batik Tie & Dye industry.
High quality products fabrics from China and Burkina Faso killing BTDSMA
Advocating for a certified spawn production in Brong-Ahafo, for improved mushroom production.
Advocacy for the provision of an industrial village
Provision of abbator, sanitation and market infrastructure for butchers
Research to develop the business of local blacksmiths and improve their image
Reducing rural poverty through Grasscutter farming
Advocacy against discrimination in land acqusistion for petrol stations
Encouraging Ethical Practises in Herbal Medicine
Advocacy for the Inclusion Of Smock And Kente In PSI For Agoa Benefit
Advocacy for parking space allocation.
Advocacy For A National Standard Price For Citrus Products
Strengthen Ghanaian Textile Industry in competition with imported second hand cloths and inferior materials.
Improving market access for the Citrus farmers
Sanitation at Techiman maim market