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Posted by: Fred Addo
Category: Capacity Building, KeMA, Report

The National Youth Authority, in cooperation with the Ghana Enterprise Agency (GEA), held a two-day training session for over 40 youth leaders in the town at the Keta Municipal Assembly Hall on the theme of financial literacy from the 30th to the 31st of January 2023.Mr. Francis. K. Susuawu of the Ghana Enterprise Agency walked attendees through the significance of Financial Literacy for a successful business operation, both for new ventures and  established ones. The training’s primary goals are to educate the youth on the importance of basic record keeping and tax compliance, to familiarize them with different record-keeping books and how to use them, and to select the best Product Pricing Methods for their company operation. As training progressed, the number of participants present surpassed the anticipated number.Because of the enthusiasm attached to the program, the participants overwhelmingly endorsed its usefulness. The youth (participants) actively participated in the program and requested that more of such programs be organized frequently.

Author: Fred Addo

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