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Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs
Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs
Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs
Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs
Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs
Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs
Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs
Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs
Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs
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Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs
Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs
Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs
Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs
Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs
Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs
Turn indigenous women into women entrepreneurs

Project Report | May 14, 2019
Mujeres Indigenas Mujeres Empresarias - 2nd Report

By Haydee Reyes | Project Coordinator

En Educampo estamos muy orgullosos de los avances de nuestras beneficiarias, ¡y todo ha sido posible gracias a ti! Durante este último bimestre, hemos obtenido los siguientes resultados:

No de Mujeres Atendidas: 180

No de Grupos Solidarios de Trabajo: 29

No. de cooperativas de mujeres (Red): 5

Beneficiarios indirectos: 720

Número de municipios atendidos: 15

Número de localidades atendidas: 27

Aunado a ello, realizamos 29 diagnósticos socioeconómicos y de género, lo cual nos ayuda a conocer la situación inicial de las beneficiarias y evaluar sus avances a lo largo del año.

En el estado de Campeche, al sureste del país, el trabajo en conjunto de 28 beneficiarias culminó en la inauguración de 4 talleres de producción (3 de textiles y 1 panadería). Asimismo, la empresa Emprendedoras Campechanas, inició comercialización con su marca propia “Manitas artesanas”. En el estado de Oaxaca, la empresa Flores Costeñas negoció con Cielito Querido Café (la cual es una empresa que comercializa con café y que tiene diversas cafeterías a lo largo del país) para vender mermelada de Jamaica durante todo el mes de febrero.

Finalmente, estamos muy felices de informar que un total de 13 mujeres, en los estados de Campeche y Yucatán, se graduaron de nuestro programa. Éstas mujeres mostraron, por segundo año consecutivo, un alto desempeño y compromiso con el logro de los objetivos planteados a inicios de 2018, demostrando en sí mismas el desarrollo de una serie de capacidades tanto a nivel personal como a nivel de emprendedoras. Así, ellas son capaces de seguir trabajando de manera independiente su proyecto productivo, pero también de mantener un cambio positivo en otros ámbitos de su vida cotidiana y familiar.

Todo esto ha sido posible gracias a tu donación.

¡Tú puedes cambiar la vida de más mujeres indígenas, comparte esta iniciativa con familiares y amigos, ayúdanos a seguir sembrando trabajo!

¡Gracias por creer en sus sueños!

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In Educampo, we are very proud of the progress of our beneficiaries, and everything has been possible thanks to you! During this last two months, we have obtained the following results:

Num. of women served: 180

Num. of consolidated working groups: 29

Num. of women’s cooperatives (network): 5

Indirect beneficiaries: 720

Num. of municipalities attended: 15

Num. of locations attended: 27

In addition to this, we carried out 29 socioeconomic and gender diagnoses, which let us know the initial situation of the beneficiaries and help us to be able to evaluate their progress throughout the entire year.

In Campeche, at the southeast of México, 28 beneficiaries inaugurated 4 production workshops (3 textiles and 1 bakery). Likewise, the Company Emprendedoras Campechanas began commercialization with its own Brand, “Manitas artesanas”. In Oaxaca, the Company Flores Costeñas carried out a deal with Cielito Lindo Café (a Company which sells coffee and have coffee shops along México) to sell jam of hibiscus flower (jamaica) throughout February.

Finally, we are really pleased to inform that 13 indigenous women, from Campeche and Yucatán, have graduated from our program. Those women have showed, for second year in a row, a high performance and commitment with the achieve of the planted objectives at beginning of 2018, demonstrating in themselves a high development of a series of capacities both personally and entrepreneurs level. Thus, they are able to continue working independently on their productive project, but also to maintain a positive field in other areas of their daily and family life.

All this has been possible thanks to your donation.

You can change the lives of more indigenous women, share this initiative with family and friends, help us to continue sowing work!

Thank you for believing in their dreams!

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Feb 13, 2019
Mujeres Indigenas Mujeres Empresarias - 1st Report of Results

By Haydee Reyes | Project Coordinator

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Organization Information

Fundacion por una Nueva Solucion

Location: Mexico, Benito Juárez - Mexico
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @educampomx
Project Leader:
Jessie Romero
Mexico , Mexico City Mexico
$17,350 raised of $20,000 goal
 
373 donations
$2,650 to go
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$10
USD
Training for one woman to improve the quality of her product. Una mujer se capacita para mejorar la calidad de su producto.
$25
USD
A group of 9 women is trained to add value to their product. Un grupo de 9 mujeres se capacita para agregar valor a su producto.
$50
USD
Three groups (27 women) participate in workshops to identify the commercial chain of their product. Tres grupos (27 mujeres) participan en talleres para identificar la cadena comercial de su producto.
$100
USD
7 groups (63 women) receive advice to negotiate the best conditions of sale with buyers. 7 grupos (63 mujeres) reciben asesoria para negociar las mejores condiciones de venta con compradores.
$200
USD
15 groups (135 women) are trained in administrative issues to reduce their production costs. 15 grupos (135 mujeres) se capacitan en temas administrativos para disminuir sus costos de produccion.
$400
USD
30 groups (270 women) participate in workshops on legal and fiscal aspects of their productive activity. 30 grupos (270 mujeres) participan en talleres sobre aspectos legales y fiscales de suactividad
$600
USD
40 groups (360 women) receive advice for their legal constitution, regulations and functions of their members. 40 grupos (360 mujeres) reciben asesoria para su constitucion legal y reglamentos.
$800
USD
40 groups (360 women) receive advice and are trained on how to comply with the quality and administrative standards required by the market. 40 grupos reciben asesoria y se capacitan sobre el mercado.
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