WEIG COVID19 Stimulus Fund

COVID19 Stimulus Fund for Women-owned businesses in Ghana

Built Accounting

The Women’s Empowerment and Investment Group (WEIG) has launched a COVID19 Stimulus Fund for women-led businesses in Ghana. This is one of the private initiatives, aside the Government of Ghana Emergency Relief Funds, that are targeted at helping businesses navigate the current pandemic.

Below is the FAQs on how it works:

1. What is WEIG actually offering?

WEIG is offering a COVID19 Stimulus Fund for women owned SMEs in Ghana. The amount ranges from GHS15,000 to GHS30,000. Repayment is based on product sales.

2. Eligibility

You must be a women operating an SME and must have been impacted by the COVID19 pandemic. Also, your business must have a socio-economic impact on society.

3. What are the timelines?

Application: from June 1 to August 31 via www.surveymonkey.com/r/Q99B669

Disbursements: September, 2020

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