EXTENSION OF DEADLINE - SUBMISSION OF WINDOW 5 APPLICATIONS
The BUSAC Fund Secretariat wishes to inform all stakeholders that the deadline for the submission of applications for grants under window 5 (BDS facility) has been extended to 5:30pm on Wednesday, 18th October, 2017.
Details about this call for applications can be accessed on the BUSAC Fund's website via this link:
USE OF BUSINESS SERVICE PROVIDERS TO PREPARE APPLICATIONS TO THE BUSAC FUND
In preparing applications to the BUSAC Fund Secretariat, the Fund encourages applicants to develop their own proposals.
Candidates who wish to draw on the services of a BSP to develop an advocacy application to be financed by the BUSAC Fund need a prior consent by the Secretariat.
For Window 1 applicants, the BUSAC Fund will finance the use of BSP Read more
BREAK FOR TEAM RETREAT
The BUSAC Fund Secretariat will like to inform all stakeholders that the BUSAC Fund office will be closed from 12 noon on Thursday, 18th January, 2018 to 5:30 pm on Friday 19th January, 2018. This is to enable the BUSAC Fund team attend a two-day team retreat outside of the Greater Accra region; The office will be re-opened for normal business on Monday, 22nd January, 2018. Thank you.
The BUSAC Fund Secretariat wishes to inform all grant applicants and the general public that the Fund has completed the evaluation of applications received for advocacy grants under windows 1, 2, 3 and 4. In all, the Fund received approximately 375 concept notes from PSOs spread across all ten regions of Ghana, out of which a total of 80 applications have been approved by the Fund’s Steer Read more
Brief on BUSAC Fund
The Business Sector Advocacy Challenge (BUSAC) Fund is a Private Sector support mechanism created and funded by DANIDA,
with further support from USAID, DFID (Phase I) and the European Union (Phase II).
The project is aimed at contributing to the creation of a more enabling business environment
for the development and growth of the Ghanaian private sector. Read more
"The TOT was "cefestastic"! It was just what we needed as trainers
and people engaged in the building of capacity for the budding MSME
sector of Ghana. Some people are saying there is a training fatigue
among MSME owners in Ghana, but I bet this perception will change
once we get to work as CEFEstas! Thanks to BUSAC Fund for the
opportunity to be a part of this wonderful family.
" - Gabriel Kofi Ayiglo, Advocacy Trainer
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