jumia to train 3000women

Jumia to provide E-commerce training to over 3000 Women.

Jumia Kenya has tied up with SheCares International to give over 3,000 women the opportunity to undergo e-commerce training, in an effort to support women entrepreneurs. They were selected by SheCares International from the Global Women Summit, launched by the Kenyan government.

Sam Chappatte, MD of Jumia Kenya, said the training will empower women to exploit opportunities in the virtual space and break technological barriers.

He said the programme will train these ambitious, enterprising women on technological tools they will need to succeed, and simple means to start generating new income streams, without investing more capital.

 

“In a world that is going virtual, it is crucial that all actors in society have the training and tools they need to exploit the marketplace of tomorrow.

This program is tailored to train these ambitious, enterprising women on technological tools they will need to succeed, and simple means to start generating new income streams, without investing more capital,” said managing director of Jumia, Sam Chappatte, in a press release.

“Women are key agents for achieving transformational economic, environmental and social changes required for sustainable development in Kenya and globally,” said CEO of KEPSA, Carole Kariuki.

The Global Women’s summit has been in operation for over 23 years. During which it has strived to celebrate and connect women from all sectors in order to expand economic opportunities by way of creative strategies and innovative solutions.

 

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