Agencies under MOTI

The Ghana Export Promotion Council (GEPA) was established by NLCD 396 in 1969 with the mandate to develop and promote exports from Ghana.

It operates as an autonomous agency under the Ministry. GEPC as one of the agencies under the Ministry is helping with the implementation of the Ministry’s export-led growth strategy.

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The National Board for Small Scale Industries (NBSSI) was established in 1985 under Act 434 of 1981 as an apex body for the development of small-scale industries in Ghana.

In order to create a single, dynamic and integrated organisation adequately capitalised and capable of responding to the needs of small-scale enterprises sector, the... Read More

The Ghana Standards Board was established by a decree NRCD 173 in 1973 to develop and promulgate standards with the aim of ensuring that high quality goods are produced in Ghana whether for local consumption or for exports; to promote standardization in industry and commerce; to promote industrial efficiency and development; and to promote... Read More

GRATIS Foundation was established in March 1987, initially as Ghana Regional Appropriate Technology Industrial Service (GRATIS), a Project to promote micro, small and medium-scale enterprises.

The Foundation was incorporated in 1999 as a company limited by guarantee.

As a result of a regional initiative, the UNDP sponsored the Government of Ghana to execute an integrated regional development programme (CERIDEP) for the Central Region of Ghana with tourism as the lead sector in April 1990.

The Central Region Development Commission (CEDECOM) was thus established as a technical wing of the Regional... Read More

The Rural Enterprises Programme (REP) is part of the efforts of the Government of Ghana to reduce poverty and improve living conditions in the rural areas. REP is an upscale of the Rural Enterprises Project - Phases I & II (REP-II & I) which were implemented in 66 districts across the country from 1995 to 2011.

The Programme... Read More

The Ghana Trade Fair Company Limited was incorporated as a Limited Liability Company under the Statutory Corporations (Conversion to Companies) Act 1993, Act 461 in April 1997.

The Company took over the assets and liabilities of the Ghana Trade Fair Authority (GTFA) which was established as a State Owned Enterprise under PNDC Law 215.... Read More

GNPA LTD was until 1995 known as the Ghana National Procurement Agency. It is a limited liability Company with 100% equity stake by Government of Ghana. It was incorporated under the Companies Code in 1995 with the primary aim of importing “essential commodities in large quantities for sale to Ghanaian consumers at affordable prices, as well as... Read More

The Ghana Free Zones Board was established by an Act of Parliament, Act 504 in 1995, to establish free zones in Ghana for the promotion of economic development and to provide for the regulation of activities in free zones and for related purposes. The Free Zones programme is designed to promote processing and manufacturing of goods through the... Read More

This is a limited liability company wholly owned by the Government of Ghana. It used to be the Heavy Equipment Division of the erstwhile Ghana National Trading Corporation (GNTC) until June 1995 when it was incorporated into a limited liability company. The company is engaged in the sale and servicing of earth moving equipment from Japan and... Read More