L'AINE FOUNDATION is a registered not-for-profit, nongovernmental organization limited by guarantee that supports entrepreneurs and would be entrepreneurs in the Ghanaian urban and local communities.

The Foundation believes in entrepreneurship as a powerful force for change in the developing world. This change will help reduce poverty create jobs and foster sustainable development in our local communities...

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Thanks to your support, L’AINE Foundation has been able to make the benefits of microfinance available to Mrs. Kusi Appiah to expand her business.

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LAINE FOUNDATION TRAINS STAKEHOLDERS... ...

The L’AINE Foundation has trained Circuit supervisors/GES Officers and teachers to help develop the entrepreneurial traits of students in various schools.

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Friday, February 24, 2017

L’AINE FOUNDATION LAUNCHES ENTREPRENEURSHIP CLUB...

Covering a span of twelve (12) schools within the Ledzekuku-Krowor Municipality (LEKMA), the Entrepreneurship Club seeks to build and improve students’ proficiency in leadership and problem solving

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

New Initiative

The L'AINE Foundation to Start an Initiative Targeting Young Ghanaian Entrepreneurs in Rural Communities in Ghana

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Monday, February 20, 2017

notes from the Fields

L'AINE Foundation has launched its Entrepreneurship Club in the Greater Accra Region.In addressing the students, Mrs. Joyce Boeh Ocansey, Senior Executive in the Chief Executive’s Office, highlighted the objective of the Foundation Read More...

The L'AINE Foundation has trained Circuit supervisors/GES Officers and teachers to help develop the entrepreneurial traits of students in various schools.The officers, who are to serve as patrons of entrepreneurship clubs in their respective schools, were taken through the modalities of patron selection, responsibilities of patrons, benefits to the patron, membership qualification procedures of the club. Read More…



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Thanks to your support, L’AINE Foundation has been able to make the benefits of microfinance available to Mrs. Kusi Appiah. Now she has been able to expand her businesses and is now offering training in soap and batik making to unemployed women in her community.

These are some of the initiatives that L’AINE Foundation is involved in the Brong Ahafo region, helping to empower more of the world’s poorest people, especially women. This new year (2011), will you help women like Mrs.Kusi Appiah create a better world for herself and others in her community?
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