Digital Skill Building of Rural Women Entrepreneurs - Training Completion Report
This Digital training programme aimed to provide Digital Skill Building training to over 5000 rural women entrepreneurs to enable them to explore and connect with the digital world and to augment earnings by leveraging the positivity of digital connects. The End-line survey shows that a large number of women entrepreneurs who received training had a favorable view of the training and managed to increase their sales as well through the learnings of training in the midst of an ongoing pandemic.
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