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close this bookWomen Entrepreneurs in Africa: Experience from Selected Countries (UNCTAD, 2000, 91 p.)
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View the documentI. Overview
close this folderII. Women entrepreneurs in least developed countries: Profile, problems and policies
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close this folderA. Introduction
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View the document1. Project implementation
close this folderB. Profile of the typical woman entrepreneur
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View the document1. Entrepreneurial initiative and sector
View the document2. Business structures
View the document3. Size of women's enterprises
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close this folderC. Problems: Major obstacles faced by women entrepreneurs in small and medium-sized enterprises
View the document1. The economic environment in LDCs
View the document2. Obstacles to enterprise development
View the document3. Obstacles as identified by women entrepreneurs
View the document4. Obstacles to women's entrepreneurship identified by NGOs and business development services
View the documentD. Policies: Impact on enhancing women's entrepreneurship
close this folderE. Conclusions: Enhancing women's entrepreneurship
View the document1. The legal environment
View the document2. Women's enterprises, smallest enterprises
View the document3. Major obstacles
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View the document5. Women's enterprises: Policy gaps
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close this folderIII. Challenges faced by women in industrial development
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close this folderA. UNIDO research on enterprise development by women in selected African countries
View the document1. Methodology
View the document2. Problems encountered by women: Background
View the document3. Impact of the legal and policy framework
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View the document6. Impact of organization and networking
close this folderB. Conclusions
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View the document1. Policies and strategies
View the document2. Institutional support
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close this folderC. UNIDO's response to challenges faced by women in industry
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View the document2. UNIDO Programme on Women's Entrepreneurship Development
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close this folderIV. Enhancing women's entrepreneurship in African LDCs: The Ouagadougou Programme for Action
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View the documentA. Policy environment
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close this folderV. Major programmes for women's entrepreneurship development
View the documentA. UNCTAD's programme of activities for women's participation in SME development
View the documentB. Enhancing the participation of women entrepreneurs in LDCs economies
View the documentC. The Entrepreneurship Development Programme
View the documentD. Innovation and enterprise development
View the documentE. Commodity production and trade diversification through Asian-African partnership
close this folderVI. UNIDO Programme for Women's Entrepreneurship Development (WED)
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View the documentA. The fundamental principles of UNIDO WED programmes
View the documentB. UNIDO's strategy for technical cooperation and promotion of WED
View the documentC. Interaction between a WED project and an integrated programme
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