When asked about the most pressing issue of our time, Melinda Gates said: “It really is ending poverty in the world. And we know to do that you have to put women and girls at the center.”
According to UNDP, women account for six out of ten of the world’s poorest and two-thirds of the illiterate.
Immigrant women face integration challenges since they start to rebuild their lives, all over in a new province and country.
Those challenges include (but are not limited to): language barrier, lack of Albertan/Canadian etiquette, experience, skills, network, fear of failure, and inability to meet funding requirement to find a job or to start a business. While maintaining a home and raising children.
HOA offers the resources to overcome these challenges and barriers by equipping them with the skills, knowledge and resources they need to start and run a business to become their own boss.
HOA’s goals are to:
Training will focus on:
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Entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship. It drives everything: Job creation, poverty alleviation, innovation. Elliott Bisnow