African Women Studies Centre
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African Women Studies Centre is launching its women entrepreneurs training program

The African Women Studies Centre was established by the University of Nairobi to make the views of African Women visible to the world.

On 6th October, 2017 it will be launching a women entrepreneurs training program. Its aim will be to support Kenyan women grow their businesses locally, regionally and internationally.

The launch will be graced by:

  1. Tabitha Karanja – Founder and CEO, Keroche Breweries (6 lessons you must learn from her)
  2. Dr. Manu Chandaria – Chair and CEO, Comcraft Group of Companies

300 Kenyan women in the enterprise sector are invited to attend this launch themed: ‘Taking Charge of Your Entrepreneurial Journey‘. This event is for you if you are an entrepreneur, a trainer or a mentor.

READ: 5 REASONS KENYAN WOMEN MAKE GREAT ENTREPRENEURS

Africa Women Studies Centre has organized it to take up only the second half of your day, on 6th October, 2017. Mark your calendar then to be at UON Towers, Chandaria Centre for Performing Arts.

There will be many more things for you to gain. Some include: an entrepreneurship workshop and the slated panel discussions.

Learn more about the Africa Women Studies Centre – here