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Partners Project

AGI Energy Service Center


The importance of renewable energy usage in businesses worldwide is well-known and documented. However, its adoption still remains low in Ghana due to uncertainty about the capability of local renewable energy (RE) and energy efficiency (EE) solution suppliers, avoidance of first-mover risks and lack of adequate financing. With the country’s objective to achieve 10% renewable energy component in the national energy mix by 2030, there is the need to make renewable energy and energy efficiency solutions readily available and accessible to industrial and domestic users.

The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) Energy Service Centre (ESC) was set up to be a one-stop shop for renewable energy (RE) and energy efficiency (EE) training and consultancy services, especially relating to the adoption of RE/EE among AGI members and the larger Ghanaian public. The Centre is hosted by the AGI, with technical and financial support from the German Development Cooperation.

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AGI EU Project


The Investment Promotion and Business Linkages Project is a component of the Ghana Employment and Social Protection (GESP) Programme funded by the European Union and designed for an implementation period of five years.

The overall objective of the GESP Programme is to contribute to inclusive growth in Ghana by strengthening social protection and employment systems in the country. Its specific objective is to enhance social protection services, notably for vulnerable population groups and to generate decent employment opportunities, with a particular attention to the youth.

The Investment Promotion and Business Linkages Project contributes to the holistic approach of the GESP Programme and supports the agenda of the Government of Ghana for employment creation through the development of the private sector, namely medium size companies along the agricultural value chain. The Project is implemented in close cooperation with the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) and the expected results are:

Expanded Purposes of the Group
  • Investment in Ghanaian agribusiness value chains is promoted;
  • Export to Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) markets is developed; and
  • Business collaboration between large agri-processing companies and current or new suppliers is improved
  • The Project is based in Accra but has national coverage.

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The Ghana Recycling Initiative by Private Enterprises (GRIPE) is an industry-led coalition formed under the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) with a stake in the plastics sector to integrate sustainable waste management solutions, particularly around plastics. GRIPE was founded in November 2017 by 8 multinational companies with varied products with a proven track record of involvement in sustainability actions concerning plastics in other countries. The founding members are Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Ghana; Dow Chemical West Africa Limited; Fan Milk Ghana Limited; Guinness Ghana Breweries Limited; Nestlé Ghana Limited; PZ Cussons Ghana Limited; Unilever Ghana and Voltic (GH) Limited.

Expanded Purposes of the Group
  • Advocate for improved waste management practices
  • Connect various organizations working to create an improved waste management system
  • Contribute to increased collection and recycling rates countrywide
  • Provide employment opportunities through scalable recycling solutions

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AGI Obaasima

Who We Are

The OBAASIMA scheme was developed by the project ‘Affordable Nutritious Foods for Women (ANF4W)’ which is a partnership between the German Development Cooperation (GIZ) and the private sector in Ghana. The OBAASIMA scheme is coordinated by Association of Ghana Industries & Ghana Standard Authority who are also in charge of the seal registration process on this website.

Target Group

Despite national efforts, Ghanaians don’t receive enough vitamins and minerals from their diet. Therefore, micronutrient deficiency among women of reproductive age is still highly prevalent. The OBAASIMA scheme promotes fortified food products which are made available to all women of reproductive age between 15 and 49 years to increase their intake of micronutrients

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