Ghana

Trends in Transport and Logistics on the Tema-Ouagadougou-Bamako Corridor

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
This Report shows that Transport & Logistics efficiencies on the Tema-Ouagadougou corridor have improved considerably during the period 2008 – 2012.

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Ghanaian shea stakeholders advocate for a greater say in pricing mechanisms

Friday, May 31 2013

Craig Duncan

Ghanaian members of the shea industry have met to discuss their plans to advocate for greater stakeholder involvement in the regulation of shea prices in Ghana, through the establishment of an intra-professional body to influence floor pricing mechanisms.

At a meeting in Tamale in May organized by the Global Shea Alliance and funded by the multilateral development fund BUSAC, members of Shea Network Ghanamet with stakeholders and representatives of partners including SNV Netherlands Development Organization and Oxfam, to discuss issues facing the Ghanaian shea industry.

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Region’s fifth Border Information Center opens at Cote d’Ivoire-Ghana border

Friday, May 31 2013

Craig Duncan

West Africa’s fifth Border Information Center has opened on the Noe-Elubo border between Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire. Like the other Border Information Centers in the region, the center aims to increase cross-border trade by providing information and assistance to cross-border traders, and by advocating for improvements in transit procedures.

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African Cashew Alliance seal expands as a new processing factory prepares to open in Ghana

Friday, May 31 2013

Joe Lamport

At the 2012 annual conference of the African Cashew Alliance, Kraft Foods and Intersnack, two of the world’s largest buyers of cashew nuts, signed an agreement with the alliance to implement a quality and sustainability seal to address those top concerns for buyers – and thereby make African processors’ cashews more competitive in world markets.

What a difference a year makes – three companies are now using the seal across Africa and eight more are being assessed to use it.

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What's Happening at the USAID Trade Hub

Friday, May 31 2013

Nanabea Adarkwah-Agyapong

Burt’s Bees joins the Global Shea Alliance

The Global Shea Alliance has welcomed Burt’s Bees as its newest member, and the company will also participate in the Alliance’s working group on sustainability.

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22nd report on checkpoints, bribes and delays on primary corridors in West Africa

Since 2006, the USAID Trade Hub has implemented a methodology to collect data on road governance practices along primary trade corridors in West Africa. The West Africa Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA) oversees the road governance initiative, which today involves eight countries: Benin, Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Togo.

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Niger eliminates checkpoints and stakeholders' persistent lobbying efforts pay off

Tuesday, April 30 2013

Craig Duncan

The Government of Niger has eliminated seven checkpoints, winning the gratitude of truck drivers and the praise of the Borderless Alliance.

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What's Happening at the USAID Trade Hub

Tuesday, April 30 2013

Nanabea Adarkwah-Agyapong

Global Shea Alliance participates at in-cosmetics, trains women in Ghana

The Global Shea Alliance, co-founded by the USAID Trade Hub in 2011, participated at the In-Cosmetics international trade show and the Union for Ethical Bio Trade conference in Paris, distributing more than 100 annual reports and membership directories to shea butter distributers, brands, and development agencies from around the world.

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