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  1. Publication

    Organizing Promotional Events For Women Entrepreneurs: A Guide “Month of the Women Entrepreneur” (MOWE)

    01 January 2007

    The purpose of this guide is to provide organizations with a methodology on how to organize WED celebrations, in particular, MOWE celebrations.

  2. Publication

    Managing Small Business Associations

    01 January 2007

    This reader on "Managing Small Business Associations" gives guidance on how to build strong and efficient business associations that respond to the needs of both men and women entrepreneurs. It introduces topics that are essential for existing business associations as well as for entrepreneurs that want to start up a new association.

  3. Publication

    Managing Small Business Associations

    01 January 2007

    The training enables association leaders and staff to make informed and strategic decisionsthat will strengthen the association and its members' businesses. The ultimate beneficiaries are, therefore, the members of small business associations and similar organizations of small entrepreneurs involved in retailing, processing, manufacturing, trading, etc. The Trainers' Manual specifically addresses the concerns of women in business associations.

  4. Publication

    Recent developments on corporate social responsibility (CSR) in information and communications technology (ICT) hardware manufacturing

    01 January 2007

    Multinational Enterprises Programme Working Paper No. 103

  5. Publication

    Managing Small Business Associations

    01 January 2007

    This reader on "Managing Small Business Associations" gives guidance on how to build strong and efficient business associations that respond to the needs of both men and women entrepreneurs. It introduces topics that are essential for existing business associations as well as for entrepreneurs that want to start up a new association.

  6. Publication

    Managing Small Business Associations

    01 January 2007

    The training enables association leaders and staff to make informed and strategic decisionsthat will strengthen the association and its members' businesses. The ultimate beneficiaries are, therefore, the members of small business associations and similar organizations of small entrepreneurs involved in retailing, processing, manufacturing, trading, etc. The Trainers' Manual specifically addresses the concerns of women in business associations.

  7. Publication

    Assessing the Enabling Environment for Women in Growth Enterprises: An AfDB/ILO Integrated Framework Assessment Guide

    01 January 2007

    This guide to assess the environment for Growth-Oriented Women Entrepreneurs (GOWEs) has been prepared jointly by the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) for the purpose of identifying critical forms of support that can enable women to grow and expand their enterprises, and in the process to create jobs and income for themselves and others. The guide also aims to highlight critical areas where AfDB, ILO and other development partners can provide assistance and strategic tools to African countries to enable them to promote, nurture and develop women’s entrepreneurship.

  8. Publication

    Organizing Promotional Events For Women Entrepreneurs: A Guide “Month of the Women Entrepreneur” (MOWE)

    01 January 2007

    The purpose of this guide is to provide organizations with a methodology on how to organize WED celebrations, in particular, MOWE celebrations.

  9. Publication

    Worker co-operatives and the phenomenon of empresas recuperadas in Argentina: an analysis of their potential for replication

    01 January 2007

    Co-operative College Paper 11

  10. Publication

    Local Economic Development for Employment Generation, Peace and Security: approaches, tools and good practices in the Philippines

    01 January 2007

    This publication hopes to be a useful resource that will inspire international organizations, development practitioners, government leaders and policymakers both at the national and local levels, business tribunals, and civil society groups.