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The First German African Entrepreneurship Summit

Unleash the Ecosystem

The German African Entrepreneurship Summit (GAES) in Ghana takes place from Monday 11th February – Wednesday 13th February, 2019 at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel. This summit brings together 150 representatives of the Pan-African entrepreneurship ecosystem to focus their experience and creativity on central questions of entrepreneurship in Africa and to learn from each other. The event is themed: Unleash the Ecosystem - to shape Policies, collaborate with Companies and determine its own Future. The GAES is organised by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) in collaboration with some partners. The partners include the Ministry of Business Development, AHK (Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Ghana), Afrilabs, #i4Policy, Make-IT in Africa and Ghana Tech and Business Hubs in Ghana

Expert conference

Ghana's incubators revive their network

Entrepreneurship is the topic to be - at least one gets the impression following international and Ghanaian media.


Gruender foerdern - um Ghana zu entwickeln!

Gemeinsam mit dem ghanaischen Gruenderzentrum 'Hopin Academy' und dem Ministerium für Wirtschaftsförderung in Ghana hat die KAS ein eintägiges Diskussionsforum über Unternehmertum in Tamale organisiert.


Traders in dialogue with Municipalities

The Ghana Union of Traders (GUTA) with support from Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) is organizing workshops and engagements on the theme "strengthening traders associations for municipal and district assemblies responsiveness".


Leadership-Workshops for young women in Ghana

KAS supports the Christian Mothers Association in a series of workshops for young women regarding ‘Leadership’. Each workshop consists of a three-day-program which take place in the cities of Koforidua, Sunyani and Tamale.


My motivation to do politics

Former President Kufuor meets young German politician Eva and scholars

Konrad Adenauer-Stiftung organized a meeting with a young German politician, Eva Majewski,from the German Parliament, scholars from KAS and John A. Kofuor Foundation (JAK) for them to interact with ex - President John A. Kofuor


Elections 2016 in Ghana - survey on voters' behaviour

The University of Ghana with the support of Konrad Adenauer Foundation will present the results of the post- election survey. 5.000 people were interviewed and asked on their opinion on the parties' performance, influence of media etc.

Expert talk

Do center-right politics matter any more?

KAS Ghana will held a discussion on centre-right philosophy, policies and politics and its up-to-dateness in Ghana, in subsaharian Africa. The ex- President of Ghana, His Excellency John A. Kufuor, is invited to share his rich experiences.


German business community meets Vice-president of Ghana

The Vice-president of the Republic of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, will join the German business community for a business lunch meeting in order to discuss about the economic atmosphere in Ghana.


Natural Capital Accounting; Key for Sustainable Natural Resource Management

This conference is the second of the series of natural resource conferences organized together by the Institute of Green Growth Solutions and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

Public safety - The role of the security agencies

Workshop Report (Akosombo, 13.-15.10.2006

Decentralisation and traditional authorities in Ghana

Workshop Report (16. - 18.08.2006)

Early warning system on internal conflicts and disasters

Report on: Two-day stakeholders’ workshop

Conflicts and disasters have become endemic in most parts of Africa, and Ghana is no exception. Though it is acknowledged that Ghana is an island of peace in a turbulent sea, it has got its own fair share of conflicts in various part of the country during the past decades.Most conflicts which have engulfed nations and wrecked untold hardships on the citizens and destroyed state infrastructure, have often begun as minor family, clan, tribal, religious, traditional or chieftaincy feuds.Even though such occurrences cannot totally be ruled out, it is believed that even before these feuds degenerate into large-scale conflicts and constitute threats to national peace, the existence of a workable Policy on Early Warning System on Internal Conflicts and Disasters, with in-built Response Mechanisms, could go a long way to quell them, even before they spread. After all, prevention, it has proven, is less expensive than cure.It is in this light that the Konrad Adenaur Foundation [KAF], a German Non-Governmental Organisation which is committed to governance issues, in conjunction with Ministry of the Interior, which has over-all responsibility for internal security, thought it expedient to organise a Stakeholders’ Workshop on Internal Conflicts and Disasters with the aim of bringing all shade of opinions to bear on the formulation of effective Early Warning System Policy Document for the country. The Programme which is in line with the Ministry’s strategic plan, was also to offer all the Stakeholders and the Experts in the field of Conflict Management, the opportunity to thoroughly deliberate on the Matrices which had been developed by the Muiti-Sectoral Committee responsible for the formulation of the Policy Document.

NEPAD: Workshop on APRM Implementation

Kumasi, 13 August 2005

Culture and Education

Proceedings of a National Conference 15th to the 21st May 2005 in Elmina

Deepening the Democratic Process in Ghana – The Role of Chiefs

Seminar held at the Elmina Beach Resort from the 31 May – 1 June 2005

Presentations by Resource Persons at the 4th Tripartite Seminar between the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the National House of Chiefs

20 Years Of German Unification & 52 Years Of Ghana’s Independence

Proceedings Of A Symposium On Lessons For Nation-Building

The papers published in this volume represent some preliminary results of research conducted within the framework of the symposium in commemoration of 52 years of independence of Ghana and 20 years of reunification of Germany on the general theme of 20 years of German Unification and 52 years of Ghana’s Independence: Lessons for Nation-Building. This volume is an important contribution to the practices and discourses on nation-building.

Ausbau der Wirtschaftsbeziehungen zwischen Deutschland und Ghana

Bericht vom Deutsch-Ghanaischen Wirtschaftsforum in Berlin mit Präsident Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo

Deutschland fördert Ghana als eines der ausgewählten G20-Compact with Africa-Länder. Warum das Land eine erfolgversprechende Ausnahme-Erscheinung ist und wie sich die Wirtschaftsbeziehungen beider Länder noch optimieren lassen, diskutierten jetzt Ghanas Präsident Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo und Bundeswirtschaftsministerin Brigitte Zypries in Berlin.

Auswirkungen der Sozialen Marktwirtschaft auf Ghana

KAS Konferenz mit Frau Schnieber-Jastram, MdEP zu Besuch

Vom 28.03.-31.03.2011 fand eine Veranstaltung der KAS in Accra, Ghana mit dem Thema "Social Market Economy- Implications for Ghana" statt. Wichtige ghanaische wie deutsche Abgeordnete sowie ghanaische Studenten, Vertreter von lokalen NGOs als auch der Presse waren anwesend. Die Veranstaltung brillierte mit sehr interessanten Kommentaren und einem regen Informationsaustausch.

Distrikte als Schlüssel zu Entwicklung und Frieden

Mit der Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA), einem Zusammenschluss von Händlern und Kaufleuten sowie kleinen Unternehmen, unterstützt die Konrad-Adenauer–Stiftung einen im Bereich der Wirtschaft aktiven Partner. Auch die Wirtschaft sorgt sich um stabile Verhältnisse vor, während und vor allen Dingen nach den Wahlen. Dabei wird deutlich, dass die Distrikte und die Distriktversammlung für Entwicklung und Frieden eine wichtige Rolle spielen.