NEIP Modules

The National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NEIP) exist to enable new businesses to emerge and give them the space to grow, to receive financing and business development services, to secure orders during the critical formative years, and to tap into a wide supply chain and network for their growth years, helping to create jobs at a widely distributed national level.

The past years have seen youth unemployment soaring in Ghana. The world bank estimates that one of every two Ghanaian youth is unemployed. This is a startling revelation and is not a good sign for the economic growth of this country. The current NPP government have a firm conviction that the way out is ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION. NEIP has therefore come as a solution to this national youth unemployment challenge.

NEIP is therefore set within the context of Ghana’s long-term strategic vision of consolidating it middle-income status, building an industry-driven economy capable of providing decent jobs that are suitable and sustainable for development.

For NEIP to achieve it set objectives, NEIP will run on four (4) Key Implementation modules; these are;

Implementation Modules: