Entrepreneurship skills – Shiawase Win http://shiawase-win.com/ Wed, 11 May 2022 20:12:52 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://shiawase-win.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/profile-30-150x150.png Entrepreneurship skills – Shiawase Win http://shiawase-win.com/ 32 32 FG organizes entrepreneurial skills training for people with disabilities – https://shiawase-win.com/fg-organizes-entrepreneurial-skills-training-for-people-with-disabilities/ Wed, 11 May 2022 17:23:20 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/fg-organizes-entrepreneurial-skills-training-for-people-with-disabilities/ The Federal Government has launched a three-day Entrepreneurial Skills Development Program for 42 Persons Living with Disabilities (PWDs) across the seven northwestern states to improve their economic empowerment and livelihoods. States include: Kano, Kaduna, Katsina, Kebbi, Jigawa, Sokoto and Zamfara. The training exercise was initiated by the Federal Ministry for Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and […]]]>

The Federal Government has launched a three-day Entrepreneurial Skills Development Program for 42 Persons Living with Disabilities (PWDs) across the seven northwestern states to improve their economic empowerment and livelihoods.

States include: Kano, Kaduna, Katsina, Kebbi, Jigawa, Sokoto and Zamfara.

The training exercise was initiated by the Federal Ministry for Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development.

Humanitarian Affairs Minister Hajiya Sadiya Umar-Farouk said so during the inauguration of the exercise on Wednesday in Kano.

She said six participants from each of the seven states in the region would each receive N100,000 as start-up capital.

Umar-Farouq said eliminating all forms of discrimination and violence against people with disabilities and empowering them economically through vocational training would go a long way in paving the way for them to achieve their full potential.

The minister represented by Nkechi Nwukwe, the ministry’s director of special needs, said the government is aware of the importance of disability as a development issue.

“Entrepreneurial skills offer new opportunities for everyone, but these opportunities are particularly important for people with disabilities, especially with an already high level of poverty among people with disabilities in Nigeria and its consequences.

“Our gathering here today is for us to explore greater possibilities in our collective quest to address the challenges facing the advancement of persons with disabilities for sustainable national development.

“I understand that livelihood interventions are key to addressing economic challenges and therefore the administration’s current target of lifting 100 million Nigerians out of poverty by 2029 cannot be achieved without the full involvement of people with disabilities,” she said.

She revealed that attendees would be exposed to modern techniques in fish farming, phone repair and cosmetics production.

The Minister urged the beneficiaries to be active in facing the challenges of disability with determination, courage and confidence.

“I therefore want to encourage participants to be active, lively and to firmly face the challenges of disability with determination, courage and confidence.

“I implore you to maximize the opportunities of this workshop to improve your livelihoods and also contribute your quotas to nation building,” she said.

In his address, the Ministry’s Permanent Secretary, Dr. Nasir Gwarzo, said the workshop was designed to expose participants to entrepreneurial skills that would empower them.

Represented by Garba Magaji, the permanent secretary said the federal government has prioritized the care and development of vulnerable people, especially people with disabilities in the country.

According to him, the training exercise, the third in its series, will be implemented in the six geopolitical zones, to address some of the challenges faced by persons with disabilities.

“It will address issues of inclusion among people with disabilities, particularly in relation to income-generating activities, equipping them with the necessary skills to ensure sustainable livelihoods and developing their entrepreneurial skills to be competitive in the business environment,” he said.

Earlier, Dr. Zara’u Muhammad, Kano State Commissioner for Women’s Affairs and Social Development, said the state government will continue to adopt proactive measures to improve support services for people with disabilities. .

While welcoming the gesture, Muhammad reiterated the government’s commitment to empowering and supporting people living with disabilities in the state.

One of the participants, Malam Ali Idi, welcomed the gesture, adding that it would empower them.

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Maha: traveling bus to transmit jobs and entrepreneurial skills at 4K https://shiawase-win.com/maha-traveling-bus-to-transmit-jobs-and-entrepreneurial-skills-at-4k/ Wed, 11 May 2022 03:55:51 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/maha-traveling-bus-to-transmit-jobs-and-entrepreneurial-skills-at-4k/ Mumbai, May 11 (IANS): In a unique initiative, a traveling bus will impart skills for jobs, innovation and entrepreneurship to 4,000 young people in 36 districts across the state over the next 40 days, officials said Tuesday. Skills Development Minister Rajesh Tope flagged the Rajyavyapi Udyamita Yatra bus for the company, taken over in […]]]>

Mumbai, May 11 (IANS): In a unique initiative, a traveling bus will impart skills for jobs, innovation and entrepreneurship to 4,000 young people in 36 districts across the state over the next 40 days, officials said Tuesday.

Skills Development Minister Rajesh Tope flagged the Rajyavyapi Udyamita Yatra bus for the company, taken over in conjunction with an NGO YouthAid Foundation, from Vidhan Bhavan.

“The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted the livelihoods of many poor urban, rural and tribal people. We are committed to helping them by creating opportunities to restart and revive business activities,” Tope said.

He said that over the next 40 days, the bus will undertake the 4,000 km long yatra across the state to provide statewide outreach to people who are in dire need of transportation options. appropriate livelihoods.

YouthAid Foundation founder Mathew Mattam said its trainers will meet and train 4,000 entrepreneurs along the way, connect with more than 40,000 people and impart skills across different industries.

“They need to be trained to start micro-businesses, nurture people who have ideas but don’t know how to implement their business innovations, create an entrepreneurial spirit, and educate schools and colleges,” Mattam said.

“The aim is to encourage and develop local entrepreneurs, businesses and markets and to mentor young people to become job creators” instead of just “job seekers” , with the goal of creating 10,000 entrepreneurs by 2030 and contributing to an inclusive society. economic growth,” Mattam said.

The Yatra will include a three-day entrepreneurship training program in all districts for which the YouthAid Foundation will provide details of legal compliances, government programs, connect them with entrepreneurs after completing the training and marketing assistance to start at least 4,000 micro-enterprises by December 2022.

After Yatra, the group of trained entrepreneurs will receive support from the YouthAid Foundation and the state government to help create self-employment opportunities at the local and village level and reduce migration to urban centers, said Tope.

The Yatra will also contribute to the growth of the sustainable development of the United Nations and the goal of Atmanirbhar Bharat of the Union Government.

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Former Tetfund boss to uplift thousands of youngsters with entrepreneurial skills *247ureports.com https://shiawase-win.com/former-tetfund-boss-to-uplift-thousands-of-youngsters-with-entrepreneurial-skills-247ureports-com/ Fri, 22 Apr 2022 21:01:55 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/former-tetfund-boss-to-uplift-thousands-of-youngsters-with-entrepreneurial-skills-247ureports-com/ Advertisement Mohammed Nasir Shuaibu, BAUCHI Former Tetfund Secretary Professor Suleiman Elias Bogoro said everything is ready for the construction of an EDC Entrepreneurship Development Center in Boi, Bogoro Local Government Area, to encourage young people to become autonomous in the state. Professor Bogoro made the statement during a speech at the annual VII-MAA-YAA 2022 cultural […]]]>


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Mohammed Nasir Shuaibu, BAUCHI

Former Tetfund Secretary Professor Suleiman Elias Bogoro said everything is ready for the construction of an EDC Entrepreneurship Development Center in Boi, Bogoro Local Government Area, to encourage young people to become autonomous in the state.

Professor Bogoro made the statement during a speech at the annual VII-MAA-YAA 2022 cultural festival in Boi, Bogoro local government, this weekend in Bauchi. Noted that the high demand of young people seeking employment in the country necessitates the establishment of career guidance and skills centers to equip young people.

According to Bogoro, said the centre, if completed, will provide more entrepreneurial skills and employment opportunities to thousands of young people in the region, as well as generate more revenue for the local government area.

He said that in a few days to come, all the necessary equipment at the center will be made available for the immediate start of the project at the center to enable the young people to start training in order to burst their economic status as well as to make the make it more productive and useful to the community.

“The purpose of building the center is to seek ways to assist the Federal Government in providing employment to Nigerians, with a view to paving the way for our team graduates from universities, polytechnics and other high institutions who live at home without a job in order to give them a sense of belonging and to benefit from the centre’s various professional skills”.

He also advises the brave people of Bogoro, Dass and Tafawa Balewa, especially the youths, to live in peace and harmony with each other so that development can flourish in the region, the state and the country at large.

The former Tedfund boss however took the opportunity to also call for continued support to the current administration of President Muhammdu Buhari and Governor Bala Mohammed for the overall development of local government, state and country in his outfit.

Earlier in his speech, the Chairman of Bogoro Local Government, Mr. Iliya Habila thanked Prof. Bogoro for the gesture and called on other politicians to emulate him.

Habila then instructed the parent to allow their children to attend the center and appealed to the youngsters to avail themselves of learning during the training.

The local government chairman praised Governor Bala Mohammed for his empowerment program and support for the region and urged people to come together and support the led administration to achieve its goals.

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Creating Every Opportunity unleashes the entrepreneurial skills of high school students https://shiawase-win.com/creating-every-opportunity-unleashes-the-entrepreneurial-skills-of-high-school-students/ Fri, 08 Apr 2022 21:50:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/creating-every-opportunity-unleashes-the-entrepreneurial-skills-of-high-school-students/ NEW YORK, NY/ACCESSWIRE/April 8, 2022/ The generation now wants to take a more proactive approach to learning about finance to better prepare for the future. Unfortunately, although students are eager to learn, not all schools are ready to meet this pressing need. Create Every Opportunity, an educational organization, aims to fill this gap and provide […]]]>

NEW YORK, NY/ACCESSWIRE/April 8, 2022/ The generation now wants to take a more proactive approach to learning about finance to better prepare for the future. Unfortunately, although students are eager to learn, not all schools are ready to meet this pressing need. Create Every Opportunity, an educational organization, aims to fill this gap and provide students and schools with programs that teach the importance of financial literacy, leadership, entrepreneurship, and practical life skills.

Create Every Opportunity, or CEO, was founded by Zachary Sarf and Ashley Henschel, host of the CEO Uncovered podcast available on all platforms, after finding that the current high school system lacks strong programs that teach students business and personal finance. . CEO works with the most influential and successful entrepreneurs and collaborates with business professors from top universities and colleges.

The Create Every Opportunity team believes it’s never too early to learn more about financial literacy. So they help prepare students for the real world by giving them practical lessons conducted and designed by business experts. These lessons have real value, giving them an authentic taste of being an entrepreneur.

When schools choose to partner with Create Every Opportunity, they benefit from the CEO program and CEO lessons. The CEO program offers students the opportunity to learn the fundamental concepts of financial literacy and entrepreneurship. This program allows students to learn the basics to potentially grow their own business at a young age. Even if these students choose not to go into business, the program will still provide them with valuable life skills they can apply to improve their lives and prepare them for success in the future.

The CEO program can be integrated into schools in several ways. Schools can choose to add it as a class, as an elective, or as an online resource for students. In addition to lessons from the minds of the nation’s top entrepreneurs, Create Every Opportunity also offers students exclusive online resources and content for CEOs. Members can also access a private CEO crowdfunding page, which can help students attract investors for their budding new businesses, giving them valuable first-hand experience. The CEO program also hosts events and competitions for students to connect and see what their fellow student-entrepreneurs have dreamed up.

Recently, Create Every Opportunity launched its crowdfunding campaign. This type of campaign allows companies of all kinds to raise capital. In addition, investors from the general public can come to support this vital enterprise, by owning a partial stake in the CEO and having the possibility of profiting from it if the organization does well.

The education of young minds is of paramount importance, especially when it comes to giving them practical skills in life. Create Every Opportunity has done just that, and the organization hopes to expand to more schools across the country and teach more students about entrepreneurship, business, leadership, and financial literacy.

Create Every Opportunity is an educational organization that provides high school students and schools with the resources they need to teach financial literacy and entrepreneurship. For more information, you can consult their website.

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Over 1,000 Gauteng students to learn entrepreneurship skills https://shiawase-win.com/over-1000-gauteng-students-to-learn-entrepreneurship-skills/ Tue, 05 Apr 2022 07:35:45 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/over-1000-gauteng-students-to-learn-entrepreneurship-skills/ High school students will be able to develop their entrepreneurial skills at the Sci-Bono Discovery Center. Sharon Seretlo, Gallo Images The Sci-Bono Discovery Center will allow more than 1,000 high school students to develop their entrepreneurial skills. The organization will do this through an entrepreneurship multi-certification program. The program will be offered in 18 schools […]]]>

High school students will be able to develop their entrepreneurial skills at the Sci-Bono Discovery Center.

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  • The Sci-Bono Discovery Center will allow more than 1,000 high school students to develop their entrepreneurial skills.
  • The organization will do this through an entrepreneurship multi-certification program.
  • The program will be offered in 18 schools across the province.

More than 1,000 high school students in Gauteng have had the opportunity to develop their entrepreneurial skills through the addition of a multiple certification program in entrepreneurship as an extramural course.

The program is managed by the Sci-Bono Discovery Center in Newtown, Johannesburg. It will reach 1,230 students in grades 8 to 11 in 18 schools, and another 100 students remotely.

Anele Davids, Acting Director of Operations at the Sci-Bono Discovery Centre, said:

Many young people do not see themselves as entrepreneurs, although they earn pocket money, for example by sewing, repairing cars and braiding their friends’ hair.

“However, these are the seeds of businesses that can grow well, prosper, provide income to their founders and create jobs. The Integrated Entrepreneurship Program aims to transform budding entrepreneurs into the business leaders of tomorrow. Davids added.

As part of the program, students will receive hands-on experience in running their mini-businesses, financial knowledge, and job skills training.

“In the first phase of the Integrated Entrepreneurship Program, participants learn how to set savings goals, develop a bankable business plan, apply for grants, and start their business (including the essentials, such as such as business registration, tax compliance, and filing stewardship reports). They learn about financial transactions, investments, and budgeting,” the Sci-Bono Discovery Center said in a statement.

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Davids stressed the importance for young people to see themselves as entrepreneurs and job creators rather than job seekers.

“We see these young people everywhere, in all of our communities: young people with latent potential who simply need formal entrepreneurial guidance to turn their talents and interests into a thriving business,” Davids said.


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Savannah High students showcase their entrepreneurial skills https://shiawase-win.com/savannah-high-students-showcase-their-entrepreneurial-skills/ Wed, 30 Mar 2022 12:00:36 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/savannah-high-students-showcase-their-entrepreneurial-skills/ Students from the School of Liberal Studies at Savannah High showcased their business skills at a market day on Friday, March 25. As part of 3DE program student organized a market day to present its businesses to the entire student body. The 3DE, which is an elective program, teaches students in grades nine through 12 […]]]>
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entrepreneurship: IIM Sambalpur to develop entrepreneurial skills among tribals https://shiawase-win.com/entrepreneurship-iim-sambalpur-to-develop-entrepreneurial-skills-among-tribals/ Wed, 23 Mar 2022 06:59:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/entrepreneurship-iim-sambalpur-to-develop-entrepreneurial-skills-among-tribals/ Indian Institute of Management, Sambalpur, has signed an agreement with a research institute to develop entrepreneurial skills among tribal youths and provide them with quality education. The MoU with Adivasi Research and Development Center was signed recently for multi-modal initiatives and projects on education, skills, training and global outreach, IIM Sambalpur said in a statement. […]]]>
Indian Institute of Management, Sambalpur, has signed an agreement with a research institute to develop entrepreneurial skills among tribal youths and provide them with quality education. The MoU with Adivasi Research and Development Center was signed recently for multi-modal initiatives and projects on education, skills, training and global outreach, IIM Sambalpur said in a statement.

The director of IIM Sambalpur, Mahadeo Jaiswal, described the tribal handicrafts of Odisha as impressive.

Artisans and tribal artisans could earn a good income, but they lack entrepreneurial skills and a good market for their products, Jaiswal said.

“With the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding, IIM will now focus on developing entrepreneurial skills among tribal youths and working on capacity building,” he said.

Efforts will be made to provide equal space and opportunities by linking them to the global market so that the exquisite tribal handicrafts can fetch a good competitive price, the official said.

The institute will also strive to provide a good market for agricultural products, which are in high demand, but the tribals are not getting a proper price for their products due to lack of proper initiative, according to the director.

The B-School will also try to train the next generation of tribal children for quality education.

“Although there are reservations in educational institutions, one will not find many tribal students in institutions of higher education.

“We will work on how more and more tribal students will go for higher education in good institutions,” Jaiswal said.

IIM faculties and students will visit tribal-dominated areas of the state beginning with the next academic session.

“We will also take support from Ravenshaw University and Odisha Central University for this purpose,” he added.

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NYSC, NASENI Partner on Corpers Entrepreneurship Skills https://shiawase-win.com/nysc-naseni-partner-on-corpers-entrepreneurship-skills/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 10:10:30 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/nysc-naseni-partner-on-corpers-entrepreneurship-skills/ NYSC, NASENI Partner on Corpers Entrepreneurship Skills The National Youth Service Corps has expressed interest in accessing technical support from the National Agency for Scientific and Technical Infrastructure (NASENI) in the area of ​​scaling up entrepreneurial skills for Corps members.The managing director, Major General Shuaibu Ibrahim, made this known on Thursday during a courtesy visit […]]]>

NYSC, NASENI Partner on Corpers Entrepreneurship Skills

The National Youth Service Corps has expressed interest in accessing technical support from the National Agency for Scientific and Technical Infrastructure (NASENI) in the area of ​​scaling up entrepreneurial skills for Corps members.
The managing director, Major General Shuaibu Ibrahim, made this known on Thursday during a courtesy visit to the agency.
Ibrahim, who commended the management and staff of NASENI for what he described as their marvelous work, noted that many opportunities would be available to Corps members through the activities of the Agency.
He asserted that Nigerian youths were innovative, adding that if given the right environment, their enormous potentials could be harnessed to accelerate the development of the country.
The Director-General recalled the contributions of Corps members to overall national efforts to contain the COVID-19 pandemic through the production and distribution of face masks, hand sanitizers and liquid soap as well as the manufacturing of items and devices such as disinfectants, dispensers, disinfection chamber and body temperature controller.
He said the NYSC Skills and Entrepreneurship Development program was introduced to empower Corps members to be self-employed and build wealth, adding that many former trainees of the program had set up their own businesses and provided jobs for members of their host communities.
Ibrahim thanked the leadership of NASENI for the opportunities provided to Corps members serving in the Agency and then offered a partnership whereby more Corps members would be assigned to advance their skills.
Earlier in a welcoming address, Executive Vice President and Managing Director of NASENI, Professor Mohammed Sani Haruna, said the agency’s mandate was in the area of ​​research, production and reverse engineering of capital goods, adding that it had carried out interventions in various sectors.
Haruna explained that the agency operates through several one-mandate institutes located in different parts of the country.
The executive vice president listed various products made locally by the agency, including solar panels, small hydroelectric turbines, a smart prepaid meter, a power transformer, a motorcycle, a cargo tricycle, an ultralight helicopter, a unmanned aerial vehicle and agricultural processing machinery, among others. .
He remarked that President Muhammadu Buhari had repositioned the organization for better service delivery.
During the visit, the Director General took part in a guided tour of the agency’s facilities.

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How to use your job to build entrepreneurial skills https://shiawase-win.com/how-to-use-your-job-to-build-entrepreneurial-skills/ Wed, 09 Mar 2022 03:00:05 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/how-to-use-your-job-to-build-entrepreneurial-skills/ Happy young trader [Courtesy] Most entrepreneurs start their business life as employees. Contrary to what many might assume, having a regular 9am-5pm (9am-5pm) job is one of the best ways to train for entrepreneurship. A savvy person who aspires to become an entrepreneur can use their work to develop skills, expertise, and know-how to successfully […]]]>

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Most entrepreneurs start their business life as employees. Contrary to what many might assume, having a regular 9am-5pm (9am-5pm) job is one of the best ways to train for entrepreneurship.

A savvy person who aspires to become an entrepreneur can use their work to develop skills, expertise, and know-how to successfully run their own business in the future.

Whether you’re an employee aspiring to become an entrepreneur or a recent graduate considering the pros and cons of both paths, here are some ways to use your work experience to learn the ropes of entrepreneurship.

Build your network

If you’re not a natural extrovert, you might find networking quite awkward. Many people would rather walk on hot coals than engage in small talk.

Networking is nevertheless essential to entrepreneurial success. Even the most successful entrepreneurs must continually network with people inside and outside their industry.

Having a 9-5 job and being part of an organization provides a wealth of networking opportunities with the right people. As an aspiring entrepreneur, use your job to connect with industry thought leaders. Build a relationship and learn from experts in your field.

Instead of being commercial and self-promoting, you can aim to create value for others. The experts you network with can offer constructive criticism on your business ideas and strategy when the time comes. They can also provide advice, testimonials or even invest in your business.

Develop your skills

Your work also gives you the opportunity to develop your skills and even learn new ones. If you are employed by a successful organization, it offers valuable information, experience, and expertise that you can apply to your own future endeavors.

Treat your 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. job as a learning experience and you’ll be amazed at how much you can learn. However, don’t just focus on the obvious aspects of the business, such as marketing or sales.

Do more research to see if you can better understand how a business in your industry operates from all angles, not just the one you’re responsible for.

As an entrepreneur, you will be responsible for most aspects of your business. Dive deep into the rabbit hole of running a business. What are the best practices of the human resources department?

How does the finance department work? What systems are in place to keep the business efficient and scalable? What security measures are in place to protect the business?

You can easily apply to take on related roles to help you learn new skills. For example, if you’re in advertising, you can move into social media marketing.

Try new ideas without personal risk

Taking risks is an integral part of being an entrepreneur. That said, you want to be careful when starting out. And honestly, you probably won’t have the budget to try out some of your ideas in a new business.

As an employee of a more established company, you may have the opportunity to implement certain ideas that might be too risky to try on your own.

Large companies usually have a budget to test innovative ideas. For example, you can try out a new ad campaign strategy. If it works, you can implement it in your own business in the future.

Start secondary agitation

It’s easy to spot the entrepreneur in a 9-5 job. They always have a restless side. While a regular salary provides security, a budding entrepreneur still yearns for the freedom to be their own boss. Many entrepreneurs start their business as a side hustle while they still have their jobs.

When you start out this way, you will always have the security that a 9-5 job provides. If your business is in a related field, you can also use your day job to build relevant networks, build skills, and learn from experts.

While other employees finish their work day at 5 p.m. and have their weekends off, you’ll probably work pretty much all of your free time.

This will prepare you for the sacrifices you will have to make as an entrepreneur, especially in the beginning.

Grow your savings

In most cases, entrepreneurs have to rely on their savings to bring their business ideas to fruition. The best way to save business capital and start the process is to save some of your salary.

Before taking the plunge, you must also have saved enough to cover your household expenses for six to 12 months. Keep in mind that many businesses don’t make a profit in their first year – most revenue is funneled back into the business to fuel growth.

While maintaining a regular job, you can also invest your savings in low and moderate risk businesses to grow your capital.

Instead of spending your money on debt, now is the time to save and invest as much as possible in preparing for entrepreneurship.


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Group trains 30 Bauchi women in entrepreneurial skills * 247ureports.com https://shiawase-win.com/group-trains-30-bauchi-women-in-entrepreneurial-skills-247ureports-com/ Tue, 08 Mar 2022 21:08:46 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/group-trains-30-bauchi-women-in-entrepreneurial-skills-247ureports-com/ Advertising The Federation of Muslim Women Associations of Nigeria (FOMWAN) trained 30 women in business skills and entrepreneurship development in Bauchi State. Mrs. Fatima Abubakar, FOMWAN Youth Officer, said so during the inauguration of a one-day training exercise on Tuesday in Bauchi. She said the exercise was designed to expose participants to business and entrepreneurship […]]]>


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The Federation of Muslim Women Associations of Nigeria (FOMWAN) trained 30 women in business skills and entrepreneurship development in Bauchi State.

Mrs. Fatima Abubakar, FOMWAN Youth Officer, said so during the inauguration of a one-day training exercise on Tuesday in Bauchi.

She said the exercise was designed to expose participants to business and entrepreneurship development to encourage the growth of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) at the grassroots.

The exercise, she said, also aimed to educate participants on accounting, access to loans, financial strategies, sole proprietorship, among others.

“Women need to be aware of market creation strategies to enable them to stay in business,” she said, and urged participants to drop out of training in their communities.

In her remarks, Zainab Galla, Deputy Secretary of FOMWAN, said the exercise focused on empowering women, encouraging entrepreneurship development and financial independence.

Furthermore, Ms. Hauwa Usman, a participant, praised the gesture, adding that it would enable women to develop their entrepreneurial skills for self-reliance.

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