creating more opportunities for women entrepreneurs in The Gambia, Yabouy Home
Cooking – Gambia and One World Women, U.K., on Saturday signed a Memorandum of
Understanding (MoU) on job creation, networking and exchange of good practices.
The signed MoU between the two organisations is meant to provide educational opportunities for business women in The Gambia who may not ordinatrily have access to high quality mentoring. And also, accommodates the UK participants while staying in The Gambia and as well coordinating the operations and logistics of each group’s programme in a timely and professional manner.
Ida Cham, founder of Yabouy Home Cooking stated that the MoU will among other things help them achieve their desired results in their daily different business activities.
She encouraged all women entrepreneurs taking part in the initiative to make good use of the business platform as it will provide them additional entrepreneurial skills for success.
Catherine Harris, project coordinator – One World Women, who has made the business encounters possible expressed delight on the signing of the MoU. She said the business education will create impact on their businesses.
She said in future they would like to run more of the business interaction programmes.
The signing was attended by officials from GCCI, representative from GIEPA, executive of Gambian Network of Women Entrepreneurs and Leaders, members of One World Women and women entrepreneurs.