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GODFREY K. M. TIETAAH MEMORIAL VENTURES

Godfrey K. M. Tietaah Memorial Ventures (GKMTMV) is a sole proprietorship business registered to Faustina Melody Tietaah. The business is registered with the Registrar General’s Department with registration number BN961482015 and a tin number P000478829X. The business is into fabric making (FUGU) for both export and the local market. It has a core commitment to demonstrate that it is possible to pursue the principles of a competent and competitive business bureau while delivering on values of human and social capital development. Our services include, Apprenticeship training, Job engagement, Designs for all occasions, Wholesale and retail. GKMT is also registered with the Centre for National culture (CNC), Tamale Metropolitan Assembly (TMA), Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industries (GNCCI), National Board for Small Scale and Industries (NBSSI), Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) and Association of Ghana Industries (AGI).

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  • Our Services
  • 1.APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING

    2. JOB ENGAGEMENT 

    3.WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

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FAUSTINA MELODY TIETAAH

CEO/TEAM LEADER

Faustina Melody Tietaah is a female graduate of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, from where I obtained the Executive Masters in Business Administration degree, and of the University for Development Studies, where I obtained a B.A. (Hons) degree in Integrated Development Studies. I have a lot of passion for developmental work and have spent nearly all of my working life facilitating responsive, human development, initiatives in deprived communities. I worked with World Vision Ghana, as a programme officer and an Area Development Programme (ADP) manager in the Tolon and Kumbungu districts from October 2000 to December 2015. My engagement with World Vision has deepened my skills in women and Youth empowerment, Gender and Advocacy issues (Citizen Voice and Action), Accountability issues, programme design and management among others. It has also improved my skills in working with CBOs, local NGOs and decentralized departments/partners in programme planning and implementation. My passion for women’s empowerment flows from a confluence of choice and chance: from my own life experiences (which have shaped my values), through my education and training (which have sharpened my perspectives) to my workplace encounters (which define and motivate my engagements). I have demonstrated these attributes in both attitude and action. I have encountered and engaged with the systemic social and cultural challenges that young women face; and the life-transforming difference that economic enablement and entrepreneurial empowerment make. My work in women and youth empowerment initiatives has been inspired by these experiences, and have informed my commitment towards helping to unlock the potentials of young women, who often are constrained only by their milieus. I currently run a start-up enterprise that provides skills development and personal livelihood opportunities to (especially) young females within Tamale and surrounding communities. Through this initiative, more than 25 youth have, so far, received skills and entrepreneurial opportunities in Textile Hand Weaving.