when: 6 – 9 November 2018
where : Onomo Hotel Kigali, Rwanda
The Sustainable Development Goals Center for Africa (SDGC/A) is mandated to support African countries’ endeavors to meet the Sustainable Global Goals (SDGs). In the same realm, SDGC/A is organizing a needs based comprehensive training for Rwanda high potential women entrepreneurs and business women Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) from 6 – 9 November 2018 in Kigali Rwanda. The training will be conducted by three highly qualified personnel who have diverse proven practices and experiences in entrepreneurship: Professor Murray Low from Columbia University; Mr. Austin Okere a successful entrepreneur and Ms. Jacqueline Corbelli, Chief Executive Officer , Founder and Chairman of BrightLine. The training will also include real life stories by experienced women entrepreneurs and CEOs.
The SDGC/A in partnership with government institutions will identify key high potential women entrepreneurs and CEOs for the training, conduct a baseline survey on their businesses to determine the existing business processes and challenges hindering their businesses growth. The training will not be an end itself. Additionally, the SDGC/A will provide a back stopping and analysis of the training, materials, startup kit, mentorship and follow up tracking for participants. SDGC/A plans to develop a monitoring system to measure the agreed – upon deliverables embodied in the business plan and assess the effects the training at the individual entrepreneur level. Participants will be tracked on a continuous basis, including the efficacy of post –training coaching and mentoring. A follow up training for the women entrepreneurs is envisaged in 2019 and consequently the SDGC/A will conduct a comprehensive impact assessment after the two years.
For more information download the invitation letter and workshop brochure.
Note: Only applicants based in Rwanda will be considered