Since the beginning of the 1990s an increasing number of donors have initiated pro-grammes to support the private sector in developing countries in order to enhance eco-nomic growth and thereby alleviate poverty. This paper uses case studies of a wide spec-trum of private enterprises in Ghana and related business entities to illustrate how the private sector programme of Danida has worked in Ghana. It looks into the direct effects of the programme, i.e. capability building and simultaneously shows how conventional evaluation procedures miss many of the derived effects of the programme.
|Title of host publication||Internationalisation and Enterprise Development in Ghana|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Publisher||Adonis & Abbey Publishers|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
- development co-operation