After the first half of the year with a full schedule of activities, we continue with the handicraft classes at our headquarters in Villa Ojo de Agua (Santiago del Estero).
In this second part, the 27 women who participate in the project continued training in our workshops on craft production. In turn, three new training proposals were added: one linked to business management and the others to online sales and digital marketing. These proposals aim to help women apply digital tools to their businesses, increasing their chances of success and breaking the digital divide that prevents their economic growth.
In this way, the project estimated to offer, from August to December, more than 95 hours of workshops! We are very excited to continue empowering these women, so we ask you to continue accompanying us!
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