Women in business begin 'Business Clinic' to help fellow female entrepreneurs affected by COVID19

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Women in business begin 'Business Clinic' to help fellow female entrepreneurs affected by COVID19

Yanditswe Jul, 09 2020 16:50 PM | 134,550 Views



Women Entrepreneurs under the PSF Women Chamber, the umbrella organization of all Women Entrepreneurs, in partnership with UN Women Rwanda 

have launched the ''Business Clinic'', a project intended to support fellow female entrepreneurs in Rwanda whose businesses have been affected by COVID-19 pandemic. 

According to the pioneers, the idea of a Business Clinic was born out of a desire to support some 30 selected PSF Women members and other Rwandan women entrepreneurs across the country, who have been greatly affected by the devastating impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Jane Mutoni reports 




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