More than 27 businesswomen have enrolled for a training programme in drafting of bankable projects.
They are among 100 women from Senegal, Rwanda and Gabon to be trained by the Foundation Entreprenarium.
The six-week training, code named, ‘women capital raising’, is designed to equip women entrepreneurs with the necessary skills and resources to succeed in starting and operating small or medium businesses.
This is the first time such training is being conducted in Rwanda.
The programme focuses primarily on equipping start-ups with innovation and business oriented skills to be able to raise the required finance, Kristine Ngiriye, the founder, Entreperarium, told The New Times. Read more. Source | New Times