NaBCO to end by September 1


The Nation Builder’s Corps (NABCO) program, according to Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, will come to an end on September 1, 2022.

On Monday, July 25, he made this statement in Parliament during his presentation of the mid-year budget review.

NaBCO to end by September 1 – Details

The National Builder’s Corps (NaBCo) programme, which was initially to run for three years and extended for an additional year, will be completed by 1st September 2022.

With over 100,000 participants, the program has helped thousands of recent graduates get ready for the workforce.

In total, over GHC 2.2 billion has been invested so far, according to the Finance Minister.

The way forward after NABCo exit

As they exit the programme, the minister stated, the current cohort on the program is urged to use the YouStart initiative and other existing programs to aid in the effort of building an entrepreneurial nation.

Details of the YouStart Initiative

YouStart is an initiative that will lead to more jobs in the country. With the YouStart Initiative, Ghana may end its unemployment problem.

Trainees who are about to leave the NABCO Scheme but have an interest in starting their own business can benefit greatly from a more focused approach and encouragement to do so through YouStart.

With the implementation of the NABCo YouStart Initiative, 1 million jobs will be created. In order to alleviate the country’s youth unemployment problem, the government seeks to put appropriate measures in place to create 300,000 new businesses owners.

For detailed information about the YouStart initiative, Click Here

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About the NABCo Initiative

On Tuesday, May 1, 2018, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo launched the NaBCO initiative.

The President of Ghana, while launching the programme was confident that by the time NABCO trainees exited the scheme, trainees would have had the necessary work readiness skills and experience to land a job as a recent grad, which is typically cited as a barrier to employment.

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