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Business start-up trainings for women

ASB Georgia, with the cooperation of partner organization, conducted business start-up trainings to 60 women, who introduced with the basic skills and tools of business startups, marketing strategies and financial planning.

During the trainings, they were taught how to develop their business ideas and write successful business proposals to participate in the second phase of the competition and become the grant winners.

The aim of the activity is to stimulate vulnerable women to start up or enhance their business activities, and strengthen their capabilities to generate additional and stable incomes.  

Under the framework of EU funded PASS (Provide Access to Support for Survivors of gender based and domestic violence) project, the training was conducted in the target regions of the project: Racha-Lechkhumi-Kvemo Svaneti Zemo Imereti, and Kakheti.

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