Learning by doing
On Wednesday, 24 May 2017, a group of local young entrepreneurs met at the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi to share their experience of starting and running a business in India with participants in the one-year training programme on “Employment Policies: Moving from Fragility to Resilience”, tailored for Afghanistan.
The event was part of the fourth module of the programme, focusing on entrepreneurship.
Thanks to the precious collaboration of Ms Ellina Samantroy Jena of the V.V. Giri National Labour Institute and colleagues of the ILO India Country Office, four entrepreneurs were invited to illustrate and share their experience of India, including their knowledge of the challenges and pitfalls facing young entrepreneurs.
Further information is available from the blog of the Supporting Initiative for the Promotion of Decent Work in Situations of Fragility: https://fragilestates.itcilo.org/2017/05/24/being-an-entrepreneur-in-india-voices-field/
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