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Social Enterprise Ghana is launching a new era for entrepreneurs looking to solve problems

2020 Catalyst Fund Awardee
Amma Lartey
Catalyst Fund

Entrepreneur Amma Lartey is developing a vibrant social enterprise ecosystem in Ghana, driving local innovation for critical problems. Social Enterprise Ghana is building capacity for its hundreds of members on an individual level, reaching hundreds more through training events, and is advancing the sector as a whole through policy advocacy and achievements like creating the Ghana Social Enterprise Directory and leading the establishment of the National Advisory Board for Impact Investment.

We are catalyzing a vibrant social enterprise sector that drives innovation and scales-up solutions.

Amma Lartey, Co-Founder & CEO, Social Enterprise Ghana

Catalyst-Graphics_AmmaLartey-instagram-R1.jpg#asset:2578Herself a social entrepreneur, Amma Lartey has over 15 years experience with supporting entrepreneurs. Lartey serves as the Africa regional director for Reach For Change, a venture capital philanthropy running accelerators, incubators and hubs for entrepreneurs in Ghana, Tanzania, Rwanda, the DRC, Chad, Senegal, and Ethiopia. “I am committed to seeing enterprise-based solutions to the numerous social and environmental challenges in Ghana scale and achieve greater impact,” says Lartey. SE Ghana was inspired by this work and by her Africa Leadership Initiative (West Africa) Fellowship at the Aspen Global Leadership Network, during which she launched SE Ghana with 20 founding organizations.

Member organizations
Start-up accelerators SE Ghana has built capacity for
Enterprises that have participated in SE Ghana training events

Social Enterprise Ghana member

Social Enterprise Ghana member

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