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More than 1,700 women entrepreneurs “Conectadas” and trained in the use of digital tools
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Tigo El Salvador and the Fundación Empresarial para la Acción Social (FUNDEMAS) held the graduation of the CONECTADAS program and presented the results achieved during the years 2021 and 2022 in terms of income or sales generation, employment and empowerment of women.
CABEI strengthens the economic autonomy of more than 4,000 women entrepreneurs
In the framework of International Women Entrepreneurs Day, which is commemorated every november 19, the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) reaffirms its commitment to continue promoting the empowerment and economic autonomy of the region's businesswomen and entrepreneurs, through the implementation of various initiatives such as the Programa Regional de Financiamiento Empresarial para Mujeres (FEM), and the Financial Sector Support Facility for MSMEs affected by COVID-19, which has assisted 4,685 micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) led by women.
To accelerate Central American growth, women entrepreneurs must be empowered
As Latin American and Caribbean countries put the pandemic behind them, there is growing evidence that one of the most effective ways to accelerate growth is to empower women.
BANDESAL and ISDEMU make the third installment of Seed Capital to women entrepreneurs and businesswomen
The Banco de Desarrollo de la República de El Salvador (BANDESAL), together with the Instituto Salvadoreño para el Desarrollo de la Mujer (ISDEMU), made the third delivery of seed capital to women entrepreneurs and businesswomen in the framework of the Interinstitutional Cooperation Agreement between these institutions and financial inclusion of ISDEMU users.
BANDESAL and ISDEMU sign agreement to generate opportunities for salvadoran women entrepreneurs
The agreement will have a duration of 12 months, from its effective date. It may be extended by decision of both governmental institutions.