Women entrepreneurs are going to benefit from a tailor made programme that seeks to provide business training and legal counsel for them in their day-to-day business affairs.
The dfcu Bank managing director, Mr Juma Kisaame, said the contribution of women to the economy has been steadily growing over the years.
The timing of the training comes at a time when Uganda is aspiring to become a middle income country by 2020. For this to happen, Mr Kisaame said the country needs to build a strong and vibrant private sector able to create jobs and tax revenue for the government. Read more. Source | Daily Monitor