April 7, 2021, 4:37 p.m.

Students Bootcamp Training in Ethiopia

Government officials states that the unemployment rate in Assosa (town in Ethiopia) is relatively high compared to other regions of the country. Students after graduation face a lot of problems with getting a good job or any job at all. This is one of the main reason why Reach for Chane in partnership with GIZ Ethiopia decided to organize the special program and training for students intended to help them create a work opportunity for themselves rather than just wait to be employed. 

During the entrepreneurship bootcamp training students:

Students will also receive Certificates of Participation and being a part of this training will increase their chances of being selected to the Reach for Change Innovation Lab Program.

300 students are now participating in our training, increasing knowledge of practical entrepreneurial skills. At the end of the training we will select 15 students with a minimum viable product and some sales who will get a grant for their start-ups. 


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