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Eradicating Poverty through Enterprise. Shula Ferdman – Microenterprise Development The Golda Meir Mount Carmel International Training Center (MCTC), Haifa, ISRAEL. MASHAV. MCTC.

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Eradicating poverty through enterprise

Eradicating Poverty through Enterprise

Shula Ferdman –Microenterprise Development

The Golda Meir Mount Carmel International Training Center (MCTC), Haifa, ISRAEL

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MASHAV

MCTC

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Gender equality and women s empowerment
Gender equality and women’s empowerment

MCTC 2006

1961- 2006

  • 12,500participants(mainly women) from147 countries trained at MCTC

  • 20,000in situ

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Entrepreneurship increased income
Entrepreneurship Increased Income

Other dimensions of poverty

Education

Health

Social Services

Gender

Equality

Social

Exclusion

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Involving all sectors
Involving all Sectors

Private Sector

Financial

Institutions

Int’l

Agencies

MSME

Development

Civil Society

Training

Counseling

Government

Educational

Institutions

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Women among the poorest of the poor
Women – Among the poorest of the poor

Supportive Environment (organizational,legal,economic and social incentives)

Self empowerment

Contribution to the family and the community

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A holistic approach
A Holistic Approach

Training

Entrepreneurial Support

Counseling

Training

Counseling

Microcredit

Follow up

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Entrepreneurial Capacity Building

Practical approach of “bottom up development”

Offer Tools

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Entrepreneurial capacity building
Entrepreneurial Capacity Building

  • Business and managerial concepts “translated” into a language understood by the target population and adapted to the social environment

  • Rely onlocal available resources

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Icts and small businesses
ICTs and Small Businesses

  • More access to potential clients and suppliers

  • More information

  • Joining other entrepreneurs to ensure larger orders

  • Cutting administration costs

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Global partnerships the yabt young americas business trust oas business labs
Global Partnerships:The YABT (Young Americas Business Trust-OAS)“Business Labs”

17 000trainers and young entrepreneurs

29countries of the Americas

expanding now to Mongolia and Africa

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Business laboratories
Business Laboratories

  • “learning by doing”

  • “hands-on“

    experience

Honduras 2006

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Business laboratories1
Business Laboratories

I D E A

  • Feasibility study

  • Marketing

  • Production

  • Finance

  • Business planPROFIT

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Implementation in different sectors
Implementation in Different Sectors

  • In every High School in Panama

  • With high risk youth in Brazil (USAID)

  • With Rural Indigenous communities in Ecuador (The Ecuadorian Amazonian Eco-Development Agency)

    and in Bolivia and Guatemala

  • The private sector (Colombia)

  • Indigenous groups (Guatemala)

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Business support centers
Business Support Centers

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“one stop shop”

  • Screening ideas

  • Training

  • Counseling

  • Guidance

  • Follow up

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India
India

Rural Development Agency

INDIA 1998

120 villages

700 self help women’s groups

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TECPAN-GUATEMALA 2006

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TECPAN-GUATEMALA 2007

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The golda meir mount carmel international training center mctc and mdgs
The Golda Meir Mount Carmel International Training Center (MCTC) and MDGs

“Creating decent and productive employmentis the most effective and sustainable pathway toreducing poverty” (1)

Promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment.

Developing a global partnership for development

(1)UN Secretary General Report ,17 August 2007

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Thank you
Thank you! (MCTC) and MDGs

Haifa 2006

Haifa 2002

The Golda Meir Mount Carmel International Training Center (MCTC)

[email protected]

[email protected]

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