Home > Projects > Entrepreneur training project, Carazo district of Managua, Nicaragua (January – December 2017)

Need

In Nicaragua, two-thirds of the population is employed in micro and small businesses. It is hard for them to develop because of difficulties accessing loans or credit.    

Action/results

Fifteen university students received training to become trainers for rural women entrepreneurs. These students trained 75 women, helping them increase their chances of increasing their income. test

Details

  • Investment: $24,000
  • Local partner: Nicaraguan Association for Education and Culture
  • Canadian partner: La Fondation Guy-Charron

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