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Unemployed Graduates To Be Equipped With Business-Focussed Skills Share

Government, as part of moves to tackle the high graduate unemployment situation in the country, yesterday launched a comprehensive plan to help unemployed graduates start their own businesses.

The Graduate Business Support Scheme (GEBSS) is expected to build a generation of graduate business owners in Ghana who can see and seize opportunities to create wealth and prosperity for themselves and the country.

Graduate unemployment has been one of the social cankers that are draining the country of her ability to use the products from the highest institutions of learning- universities and the polytechnics. The problem has led to the formation of an unemployed graduates association by some of these frustrated graduates.

The GEBSS process would see the selection of unemployed graduates with business focused skills, experiences and exposures to enhance their chances to self employability.

The idea is to raise hundred business moguls each year through practical training and exposure to best practices.

The project hopes to reduce to the barest minimum, the number of graduates roaming the streets without employment or employable skills.