Venture Capital Trust secures ¢1 million from Rockefeller Foundation
Posted On Friday, 11th May 2012
The Venture Capital Trust Fund has secured a one million dollar grant from Rockefeller Foundation to promote Impact Investments in Ghana.
The concept is aimed at promoting investments in areas that enhances social development and reduce poverty.
The facility is expected to help the Trust fund begin some advocacy work in this area.
Chief Executive of Venture Capital Trust Fund, Daniel Doku told Joy Business this should help increase investment in areas that will create wealth for Ghanaians.
?We are in the business of helping small and medium enterprises grow, therefore having an alliance with a reputable foundation like Rockefeller is a very good thing for us? he added
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