In recent times, the globalized nature of trade and economic processes have focused priority on participatory development, particularly within the frame of sharpening micro-level perspectives. For most developing economies, the growth of rural economic structures through the development of small-scale activities has remained a challenge, particularly in the implementation of strategies suited for their development. Most notably for Ghana, albeit the favoured trade regulatory processes afforded to fully integrate developing economies in the globalisation process, indicators continue to reflect hampered growth. This is largely due to weak microeconomic structures. Notwithstanding the opportunities for trade across borders, Ghana remains one of the countries within the region, which is faced with enormous difficulties in competing on the global market. This is largely based on the lack of regulatory reform, where Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SME`s) are at risk and are faced with lack of resources and access to markets due to insufficient networking and inadequate public –private dialogue supported through a vibrant civil society.
SENCAB envisions engaging towards increasing economic capacities and securing sustainable livelihoods for rural populations
SENCAB‘s mission is focused on building resilient communities in directing community resources, structures and knowledge base.- parallel to harnessing appropriate external resources; towards building frameworks neccesary in managing sustainable industry, food and nutrition, as well as health and ecosystems.