Gender dimension for trainers and for women exporters, environmental impact of trade and results based management complement the ACCESS! export training course. Explore the modules and get ready for export success!
Women are empowered through a process that allows them to begin taking ownership and control of their own lives. It is women who empower and organize themselves. However, it helps to have access to education, training and it requires structures and legal frameworks (family laws, property rights, etc.) that can make the self-transformation process sustainable. Women as workers and entrepreneurs make significant contributions to economies and contribute to boosting regional and national economic growth and creating employment.
ITC has developed this learning course as part of its continuing mission to develop and improve world trade, especially for developing countries and women entrepreneurs. The specialist authors have drawn from their experience and from the learning gained from respected works used in their personal development to enable you to:
This training module is designed to facilitate ACCESS! focal points in establishing measures that will allow them to determine how effective their services are in achieving sustainable results, and to take corrective measures for more efficient programme implementation.
The course will guide the participant through three chapters covering concepts as following:
1) the design of sustainable service portfolios,
2) how to measure the results those services have on the beneficiaries and the resources used,
3) the design of customized and regular off-the-shelf services aimed to develop the competitiveness of SME and the growth of sustainable exports.
The aim of this module is for ACCESS! Focal Point institutions (AFPs)
Africa is facing many environmental issues such as land degradation, loss of soil and soil fertility, desertification, deforestation, water and air pollution, and a severe loss in biodiversity. In addition, cities are expanding rapidly, and are experiencing a range of environmental problems.
Greening your SME can have a positive impact – especially if it inspires those around you to do the same with their own businesses.