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Entrepreneurship Development.

Entrepreneurship Development:

1. Micro Enterprise Creation (MEC) Training: A five days MEC training was conducted by IEDI, Nepalgunj Branch from May 20-24, 2010 in Nepalgunj. The participants were the staff of different NGO’s of Nepalgunj.  The objectives of the program were to develop the trainees’ entrepreneurial competencies and enable them to identify and select project ideas and prepare appropriate business plans. Altogether twenty-one female attended the program. Another MEC training was conducted by IEDI, Pokhara Branch from July 3-7, 2010 in Chorepatan, Pokhara. This program was jointly organized by IEDI & Bridge-Nepal, Pokhara. Altogether twenty-two participants attended the program including six male. A five days MEC training was conducted by IEDI from July 8-13, 2010 in Kathmandu. This program was jointly organized by IEDI with Srijansil Mahila Udham Sahakari Sanstha, Sukedhara and Jagaran Nepal, Anamnagar. The objective of the program was to enhance capacity of co-operative members who want to start business & manage it systematically. Altogether twenty five female participated the program. Similarly, IEDI Narayangadh Branch conducted MEC Training from May 20-24, 2010 in Chitwan. The program was jointly organized by IEDI & Dalit Mahila Sangh, Chitwan. The participants were Dalit Women of Chitwan. Altogether there were twenty-five participants including one male.

2. Training of Trainers on Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP-ToT): A six days EDP-ToT was conducted by IEDI from May 15-20, 2010 in Banepa. The organizer of the program was Nepal Federation of Saving and Credit Co-operative Union Limited (NEFSCUN), Kathmandu. The program objectives were to develop the trainees’ entrepreneurial competencies, impart basic knowledge and skills on identification and selection of appropriate business and prepare business plan and also to upgrade their knowledge & skill on business management and marketing. The participants of the training were the members of NEFSCUN. Altogether eighteen participants attended the program including five male.

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