The Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta has declared that the inventive area will get monetary help from the administration for the following a half year.
While introducing the Mid-Year Budget Review in Parliament on Thursday, July 23, 2020, he said this cash will be taken from the Coronavirus Alleviation Program (CAP) Business Support Scheme otherwise called CapBuss Fund.
As indicated by him, the administration is going to “increment the CapBuss Program by GH¢150 million to, among others, encourage credit of GH¢50 million to help the Creative Arts, the Media and the Conference of Independent Universities.”
This comes after the declaration of a $9 million upgrade support for Small and Medium Scale Enterprises to be taken from the $40 million dollar Tourism Development Project Fund given to Ghana by the World Bank.
Since the flare-up of the coronavirus, a great deal of imaginative specialists have grumbled about the untold weight the pandemic has left on their business.
There have been a great deal of approaches the legislature to give some budgetary help to the part.
Most partners of the Creative Arts division have likewise criticized the postponement in the foundation of the Creative Arts Fund.
Be that as it may, during the Creative Arts Forum in December 2019, the Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Barbara Oteng Gyasi clarified that while they anticipate the entry of the Creative Arts Bill and thus the Fund, the administration had asked Exim Bank to likewise give a GHS10 million credit to the division.