Because of the pervasiveness of harassment, domestic abuse, and societal stigmas in our nation, women entrepreneurs confront enormous obstacles. The underrepresentation of women in the workforce exacerbates social problems and impedes the development of women-owned enterprises. In order to promote an entrepreneurial environment that is more inclusive and egalitarian, these barriers must be removed.
Partnered with Lead Academy and a2i, Amal Foundation started a project on “Women Entrepreneurship Program”. The key actions in this initiative involve facilitating access for these women, encouraging their participation in economic activities, and supporting them in realizing their entrepreneurial potential.
The anticipated results include a positive impact on the quality and structure of the workforce and society as a whole due to the increased involvement of women in economic activities. The project encouraged women to pursue careers, discover their potential, and create jobs, which have a broader positive effects on their families and communities.