In Ghana, youth unemployment is high, and there is a lack of awareness and understanding of social enterprise despite it being a possible resolution to the employment of young Ghanaians. Social enterprises have great potential to reduce youth unemployment in sub-Saharan Africa. The social enterprise approach can achieve this partly because it relies less on public sector and donor funding, unlike other conventional business approaches.
|Commissioning body||British Council|
|Number of pages||18|
|Publication status||Unpublished - 1 Sep 2022|