Implementing L3 Pilot Project in Mauritius M-Powered (Mauritius-Process Oriented Women Entrepreneurship Development)
The Commonwealth of Learning (COL) has confirmed its agreement with the National Productivity & Competitiveness Council(NPCC) to develop a successful pilot project on Mauritius Process Oriented Women Entrepreneurship Development(M-POWERED) with strong integration of L3 for employment of women in the agricultural sector. An agreement was signed between the two institutions following visits of Dr Krishna Alluri, Educational Specialist, Food Security & Environment and Team Leader: Learning for Livelihoods (firstname.lastname@example.org), COL and Dr. K. Balasubramanian, COL Consultant for L3 farmers.
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