“Women invest”: A hundred women beneficiaries in Dakhla

About a hundred women entrepreneurs and project leaders in the Dakhla-Oued Eddahab region benefited from the first edition of the “Women invest” program.

The beneficiaries of this program followed 30 hours of training from March 8 to 31, in order to develop and highlight their creative projects. They have also benefited from the “Boost with Facebook” program, intended to equip very small businesses (VSEs) and SMEs with digital marketing skills.

The head of the economic watch and regional intelligence service at the Regional Investment Center (CRI) Dakhla-Oued Eddahab, Youssef Agourer underlined that 25 women among the 100 beneficiaries will benefit from the integrated program of support and financing of “Intilaka” companies. And to add that women entrepreneurs will benefit from six months of face-to-face and remote support, until the realization of their projects on the ground in various fields such as industry, commerce and services, product promotion. of the sea and agriculture.

Initiated by the IRC Dakhla-Oued Eddahab, under the theme “The female enterprise, from the idea to the enterprise”, in partnership with the Association of Women Entrepreneurs (AFEM), the Moroccan Federation of Technologies of telecommunications information and offshoring (APEBI), the Order of Chartered Accountants (OEC) and the National School of Business and Management in Dakhla, this program aims to promote and support women in favor of sustainable development in the region.


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