Increasing market access of women entrepreneurs with disabilities through digital skills
Project Launch: 12-27-21
Disabled persons are very susceptible to poverty in the community. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a digital shift in business with disabled persons being particularly negatively impacted by this. To solve this issue, a project has been developed to train 60 disabled women entrepreneurs in digital tools for business which they would not have otherwise been able to afford. Training in this area will help to ensure that the disabled community progresses economically.
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