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