Theresa Solenski

Theresa Solenski

Jun 26, 2018

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About This Project

Lack of guidance and support to female micro-entrepreneurs can lead to poor business performance and underutilization of microfinance loans. This experiment proposes weekly, individualized mentoring sessions among female micro-entrepreneurs to promote sustainable profits, higher aspirations, and female empowerment. The results will present the validity of mentoring as a pathway out of poverty for impoverished female micro-entrepreneurs.

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