Activities & Results

Trade is recognized as one of the main economic sectors for reducing economic expansion and economic revolution in many countries. The trade industry creates employment opportunities for a large number of people, both skilled and unskilled. It supports nationwide unification by generating currency and promoting cultural activities.




Thus, the development of women's entrepreneurship skills ensures employment and economic growth in the partner organizations' regions. The implementation of the project helps to:

  1. Promote social inclusion by enhancing access, participation and learning outcomes for disadvantaged learners, supporting and evaluating new approaches to reducing disparities in digital access and engagement in formal and non-formal education.
  2. Update and develop digital educational materials and tools in women's entrepreneurship.
  3. Support employment and learning opportunities and mobility between different jobs in partner countries.
  4. Improve and expand the provision of high-quality training opportunities tailored to the needs of individuals with low skills or low-skilled women in the regions to provide them with employment opportunities, enhancing their digital skills and entrepreneurial competences and thus stimulating them to become more highly qualified.
The innovative solutions of the project are:

  1. Develop a new type of social inclusion prevention tool that is interactive, effective, open-access and also fosters entrepreneurship among low-skilled women in the regions.
  2. By integrating trade and logistics efforts, consulting and non-profit organizations, practical experience is analyzed through theoretical knowledge and embedded in innovative training. On this basis, trade research professionals create tools, platforms and forums that fully address the training needs of the target groups and serve as a model for the trainees' competency-building process.
  3. Training decisions focus on women's entrepreneurship and digital skills needed to build capacity in the sector.
  4. Training decisions cover 'soft skills as part of the competences of the target groups.