Ongoing registrations with DEADLINE 30 December

WHAT IS THE PROGRAMME ABOUT? The programme titled Enhancing the Digital Ecosystem and Digital Skills for the Economic Empowerment of Women in Ethiopia aims to expand the technology horizons of women entrepreneurs in the textiles and apparel sector. It aims to enable local women workers and entrepreneurs in the sector to benefit from the new possibilities that come with the access to digital technologies. The programme 's main focus is to assist female entrepreneurs pivot to digital

FOR WHO ? Primarily it is open to Ethiopian women entrepreneurs from start-up level to established business owners and, secondarily, for other women in Ethiopia enrolled in studies related to T&A sector or working in the sector.  Women's Associations and cooperatives are welcome to register and join selected activities. 

HOW WILL YOU BENEFIT? The programme will provide key industry insights from top experts, step by step guides on the best tools for each type of business, and most importantly how to grow sales through utilising the latest digital platforms & tools. Detailed information and strategies in all areas of the industry will be provided.  The programme will include webinars online, country virtual and in-person workshops, networking activities, etc. 

The areas covered in the questionnaire are the following:
1.       Contact details
2.      Company details
3.      Business oriented skills
4.      Digital skills & tech environment

Note: Information provided is strictly confidential. Selected participants will be contacted by ITU. 


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* 1. Contact Information

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* 2. Social Media

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* 3. Please select the type of your company

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* 4. Please specify your age

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* 5. Please specify your expectation (why do you want to be part of the EIF-ITU Project to increase digital skills and competitiveness of your business/ professional activities) in maximum 100 words:

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* 6. Are you available to attend series of trainings online?

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