• 20 February 2020

    Call for Project Proposals | French Embassy “Dwabo” Small Grants Programme 2020

    Civil society organizations (CSOs) have a recognized role in social change and political dialogue and increasingly, CSOs are demanding to be more actively included in policy-making processes, including those at a national, sub-regional and local level.

  • 17 February 2020

    The Digital Lab Africa - Call for Applications

    The Digital Lab Africa call for applications is open to anyone from the field of digital content creation: artists, producers, designers, start-ups, SMEs, collectives, students or entrepreneurs, based in Sub-Saharan Africa or a national of a country in this region.

  • 14 February 2020

    Mobility of Artists and Cultural Professionals - Guides for France

    The French Ministry of Culture has announced the publication of two new versions of the guides to artistic mobility to France for artists and culture professionals, produced by On the move, an international platform for artistic mobility.

  • 6 February 2020

    Call for Research Projects | France - Ghana | NKABOM 2020

    Nkabom means ‘togetherness’ in Twi, one of the local languages of Ghana. The NKABOM programme of the Embassy of France in Ghana therefore seeks to foster scientific cooperation between France and Ghana by issuing a call for research project proposals and facilitating access to fully French funded support for scientific cooperation as part of its preparations towards a Hubert Curien (...)

  • 4 February 2020

    ParisTech visits Ghana as part of the ADESFA Programme

    Representatives of four schools under ParisTech – AgroParisTech, Chimie ParisTech, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, and Mines ParisTech, winners of the call for projects “Supporting the development of French higher education in Africa (ADESFA)” from the Ministry of European and Foreign Affairs with the project “French-African Cooperation for Engineering in Africa (FACEA)” came to Ghana from 19 to 24 (...)


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    AFD began its operations in Ghana in 1985, opening its first representation in an English speaking country. Since 1986, AFD has concentrated its operations on major economic infrastructure development projects in the country, mainly in the telecommunications, transport and energy sectors.