FAIEJ trains 65 young entrepreneurs in the creation of business plans

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Tuesday, 02 October 2018 17:35
FAIEJ trains 65 young entrepreneurs in the creation of business plans

(Togo First) - Sixty-five youths from the Support Fund for Youth-led Economic Initiatives (FAIEJ) and Lions Club International, are currently taking part in a workshop for young entrepreneurs in Lomé where they are trained in methods of creating and designing business plans. 

The workshop on October 1 lasted two weeks. In effect, the trainees will build up their leadership skills to better identify and manage opportunities. “It is a place to train these young people,” said FAIEJ’s director general, Sahouda Gbadamassi-Mivedor. 

The workshop focuses on three main pillars, knowingly: helping youths overcome challenges, build their skills and help them master markets. 

FAIEJ is a mechanism put in place by the ministry of grassroots development, craftsmanship, youth and youth employment. It promotes entrepreneurship and youths’ economic insertion.

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