About Us

A Team Dedicated to Helping You Invest in Ghana

Civet International is a veteran-owned, optimistic, self-confident, and prosperous limited liability company operating in Colorado Springs Metropolitan Area, Colorado, USA with a strong and thriving investment portfolio in which mutual trust and economic opportunities exist for all, irrespective of their background. We have an unshakeable faith that our company with its sister organization in Ghana, the Black Star of Africa, under the leadership of the current political party, has a bright future, a future that will be secured by enterprise, creativity, and hard work of the Ghanaian people. We will be a part of the Ghanaian people, whatever their region, tribe, gender, status, or religion, we will serve them all. We will also advise our partners to look past Ghana in their quest to invest in the sub-region as a whole with Ghana as the fulcrum based on wealth and human capital that is available to tap into.

Civet International LLC deems itself as a consulting and export company that is strategically positioned to help facilitate and foster cordial understanding of doing business in Ghana through the lenses of our noble organization with the intent of saving and enhancing the investors’ purse with tools that are going to make them successful.

Civet International LLC, USA and Civet International LLC, Ghana will concentrate our efforts on the following products: Trade and Industry, Energy and Petroleum, Agriculture, Real Estate, Telecommunication, Aviation and Railways, Mining, Oil and Gas Exploration, Health, Security and Tourism without losing our Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) in our area of operations.

Civet International’s CRS will be based on the needs of the local people and will not be imposed on them.

Civet will seek to support the country’s overall vision of development through our participation in the afore-mentioned investment sectors tabulated as areas of emphasis by taking advantage of the conducive business climate available to investors.

Trade and Industry

The agenda for job creation would be underpinned by, among others, the following:

  • Pursuing aggressive industrialization and value-addition to agricultural produce
  • Receiving tax and related incentives for manufacturing businesses in sectors such as agro-processing, light industries, pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals, garments, and textiles, among others
  • Providing a reliable and cost-effective mix of energy supply for our business partners
  • Receiving the necessary incentives for private sector participation in health service delivery
  • Promoting exports, especially of value-added agricultural produce and light manufactures.

Their strategy is to address these challenges in ways that enable the industry to thrive and become a major source of jobs, especially for the youth.

Trade and Industry

The agenda for job creation would be underpinned by, among others, the following:

  • Pursuing aggressive industrialization and value-addition to agricultural produce
  • Receiving tax and related incentives for manufacturing businesses in sectors such as agro-processing, light industries, pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals, garments, and textiles, among others
  • Providing a reliable and cost-effective mix of energy supply for our business partners
  • Receiving the necessary incentives for private sector participation in health service delivery
  • Promoting exports, especially of value-added agricultural produce and light manufactures.

Their strategy is to address these challenges in ways that enable the industry to thrive and become a major source of jobs, especially for the youth.

Energy and Petroleum

The country’s vision for the energy sector is to develop a modern, diversified, efficient, and financially sustainable “Energy Products” that will ensure that all Ghanaian homes and industries have access to an adequate, reliable, affordable, and environmentally-sustainable supply of energy to meet their needs and to support the accelerated growth and development agenda they envisage for the country.

For these reasons, they will also commit to transparent, accountable, and efficient management of the country’s petroleum resources for the benefit of all Ghanaians which Civet International deems plausible becoming a part of our success story.

Agriculture and Rural Development

Our vision for the next five years is to bring modern agricultural machinery, improved production efficiency, import food security, and profitability for our company, all aimed at significantly increasing agricultural productivity. We will pursue a value-addition strategy, aimed at rapidly ramping up agro-processing and developing new and stable markets for our products as Civet International may look past Ghana and into the West African sub-region.

Their policies and interventions will ensure that their farmers and fisher-folk earn higher incomes. Their reforms will encompass the full agricultural value chain and create additional businesses and job opportunities in the areas of storage, transport, processing, packaging, and marketing of agricultural produce. It is with this that Civet International will play a major role in making this become a reality as we also go into commercial agricultural farming.

District Assemblies and Traditional Authorities will be assigned specific roles in agricultural development and we will adopt policies specifically targeted at supporting women in agriculture as part of Civet International’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

Agriculture and Rural Development

Our vision for the next five years is to bring modern agricultural machinery, improved production efficiency, import food security, and profitability for our company, all aimed at significantly increasing agricultural productivity. We will pursue a value-addition strategy, aimed at rapidly ramping up agro-processing and developing new and stable markets for our products as Civet International may look past Ghana and into the West African sub-region.

Their policies and interventions will ensure that their farmers and fisher-folk earn higher incomes. Their reforms will encompass the full agricultural value chain and create additional businesses and job opportunities in the areas of storage, transport, processing, packaging, and marketing of agricultural produce. It is with this that Civet International will play a major role in making this become a reality as we also go into commercial agricultural farming.

District Assemblies and Traditional Authorities will be assigned specific roles in agricultural development and we will adopt policies specifically targeted at supporting women in agriculture as part of Civet International’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

Infrastructure

It is their vision to embark on a sustainable and integrated infrastructural development strategy across the country for the investor. The integrated program will address infrastructure that supports a modern road network, housing, aviation, telecommunication, and railways which are all in their infancy stages in development in the country so as in the entire sub-region. Furthermore, they will also ensure the best value for money and meaningful local participation in telecommunication at all levels. The program will focus on reducing the cost of transportation while decreasing the time it takes to move goods, food items, and people from one location to another. These will create jobs and prosperity through their Integrated Infrastructure Development Program.

Infrastructure

It is their vision to embark on a sustainable and integrated infrastructural development strategy across the country for the investor. The integrated program will address infrastructure that supports a modern road network, housing, aviation, telecommunication, and railways which are all in their infancy stages in development in the country so as in the entire sub-region. Furthermore, they will also ensure the best value for money and meaningful local participation in telecommunication at all levels. The program will focus on reducing the cost of transportation while decreasing the time it takes to move goods, food items, and people from one location to another. These will create jobs and prosperity through their Integrated Infrastructure Development Program.

Natural Resources

The country is richly endowed with natural resources like fertile lands, lakes, rivers, forests, wildlife, fish, and minerals which are vital for her development.

However, Ghana’s natural resources, upon which so much of the country’s economic activity and the population’s livelihood depend, are being depleted at an alarming rate. More than 50 percent of the original forest cover has been converted to agricultural land by clearing for perennial or annual cropping hence the industrialization and commercial farming approach for bigger profit margins from the virgin lands.

Science, Technology, and Environment

The modern world economy is knowledge-based and technology-driven. Today, the management of energy, agriculture, medicine and health, clean air, potable water, transportation, sanitation, and the conservation of natural resources is an example of sectors whose solutions are based on science and information technology. For the country to make strides in its development, science, technology, and innovation must be essential elements in all aspects of the national development process.

Science and technology contribute less than 1% of Ghana’s GDP, compared to an average of 2.5% in the rest of Africa. It is the current government’s intention to achieve at least 1.5% over the next four years.

They are committed to promoting and leveraging the efforts of the scientific community to help transform the economy into a production-based one hence a vision which is part of Civet International to be a part of this success story.
The government’s policy on forestry resources will seek to rehabilitate degraded forest reserve areas through planting of fast-growing indigenous and exotic species, conservation, and sustainable use of natural resources.

Science, Technology, and Environment

The modern world economy is knowledge-based and technology-driven. Today, the management of energy, agriculture, medicine and health, clean air, potable water, transportation, sanitation, and the conservation of natural resources is an example of sectors whose solutions are based on science and information technology. For the country to make strides in its development, science, technology, and innovation must be essential elements in all aspects of the national development process.

Science and technology contribute less than 1% of Ghana’s GDP, compared to an average of 2.5% in the rest of Africa. It is the current government’s intention to achieve at least 1.5% over the next four years.

They are committed to promoting and leveraging the efforts of the scientific community to help transform the economy into a production-based one hence a vision which is part of Civet International to be a part of this success story.
The government’s policy on forestry resources will seek to rehabilitate degraded forest reserve areas through planting of fast-growing indigenous and exotic species, conservation, and sustainable use of natural resources.

Education

Education is critical in the building of the cohesive and prosperous Ghana on which they have set our eyes. Their children, and young people, must be equipped with the knowledge, skills, and aptitudes that would enable them to compete with the best in the world. Every country that has made rapid and significant progress has placed education at the heart of its development.

They aim to shift the structure and content of their educational system from merely passing examinations to building character, nurturing values, and raising literate, confident, and engaged citizens who can think critically.

Health

The health system in the country is critical for national development. Their vision is to see that the right to health of all Ghanaians is guaranteed through an established health sector with sustainable ability to deliver affordable, equitable, and easily accessible healthcare hence Civet International exporting medical equipment from America to Ghana to help offset the inadequate medical supplies that exist in the country.


To realize this vision, the country plans to expand health promotion programs, scale up disease prevention strategies, and improve access to curative and emergency services, through vigorous human resource and health infrastructure development and strengthening of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS).

Health

The health system in the country is critical for national development. Their vision is to see that the right to health of all Ghanaians is guaranteed through an established health sector with sustainable ability to deliver affordable, equitable, and easily accessible healthcare hence Civet International exporting medical equipment from America to Ghana to help offset the inadequate medical supplies that exist in the country.


To realize this vision, the country plans to expand health promotion programs, scale up disease prevention strategies, and improve access to curative and emergency services, through vigorous human resource and health infrastructure development and strengthening of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS).

Governance and Accountability

The fundamental requirement for sustainable development is good governance. They are irrevocably committed to the establishment of solid, efficient machinery for good governance, comprising accountable government and respect for the rule of law and human rights.

Security

It is the Government's will to secure peace and security for all Ghanaians. They believe that the strict enforcement of their existing laws by their security agencies, without selectivity, will go a long way to sanitize the nation, assuage the fears of the citizenry, and dramatically transform the society.

In this regard, the government will ensure that all their security personnel is properly trained, properly resourced, and provided with incentives to enable them to discharge professionally their duties and obligations fairly and effectively without any interference from the executive branch of government in order to make the country a safe place for all our citizens and foreigners.

The government will ensure that their security personnel is also adequately prepared to deal with the emerging threats of terrorism and cybercrime, which will be another major priority of their government.

Tourism and Creative Arts

Ghana possesses an extensive array of tourist attractions that include UN Heritage Sites, Forts and Castles, ancient mosques, slave trade artifacts, indigenous craft villages, and various wildlife sanctuaries. There is room for Civet International LLC to grow into this array of opportunities that are opening up in the country.

The government’s focus on transforming the country into a major Meeting, Incentive, Conference, & Exhibition (MICE) center, as well as on expanding the tourism sector, through investment, innovation, the pursuit of service excellence, and meaningful partnerships is on course. This will enable tourism to become a major revenue-generating sector that provides a safe, memorable, and enjoyable experience for tourists.

Also, the government will give the Arts and Culture Industry the requisite attention and incentives to flourish and to create jobs and wealth for our people. We will build a detailed inventory of all our cultural assets so the nation has a database of these assets. This inventory will include all of Ghana’s tangible assets, like the Larabanga mosque, and intangible cultural assets like rites of passage and values and belief systems, which are in danger of disappearing completely with aging traditional custodians.

Additionally, the country is also focusing on supporting the Creative Arts sector to enable it to realize its full potential for generating wealth for its practitioners, create jobs, and grow the economy.

Foreign Affairs

Since independence, Ghana has been held in high esteem in the comity of nations, thanks to its consistent show of leadership in international matters, especially within the West African region and on the African continent.

Their foreign policy is one of their principal agents of her socioeconomic resurgence. They seem to improve on the efficiency and effectiveness of their foreign missions which will redirect their emphasis to the search for economic opportunities with the view to opening markets for Ghanaian goods while attracting foreign investments into the Ghanaian economy.

To achieve this, the government is reviewing existing policies to take into account the new world order with respect to developments like Brexit, the emergence of China and other BRICS nations – Brazil, Russia, India, and South Africa.

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