Rwanda Women Entrepreneurs and Business Women CEOs Training Workshop


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.

To attend, complete the online application form and share your business profile with SDGC/A through Ms. Tricia Gatera at or call on +250-788310004/5.

Note: Only applicants based in Rwanda will be considered



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