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Presentation of the Women Entrepreneurship project in Albania

Tirana, Albania – The "Women Entrepreneurship - A job creation engine for SEE" project aims to raise awareness on specifics of the entrepreneurship of women in SEE region with an aim to  enhance the capacities of women’s entrepreneurs’ networks and associations. SEECEL Director Ms Efka Heder addressed the attendees with the welcome speech on presentation of the project in Tirana on 27 February 2013.

Ms Tefta Demeti, SEECEL Indicators WG national expert presented the goals and achievements of the Women Entrepreneurship project. Presentation was  continued on by Mr Edmond Sheshi, SEECEL national WETNAS expert who introduced Women Entreprenurs Training Needs Analysis System (WETNAs) and newly developed questionnaire and steps forward regarding the implementation.

Activities of SEECEL, along with the regional partners, are focused on four key development areas in order to support women entrepreneurs in South East Europe:
SEECEL has started with the implementation of the "Women Entrepreneurship - a job creation engine for South East Europe" project in 2011 in cooperation with Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) and Gender Task Force (GTF) in nine countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Former Yugolsav Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo*, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey.

* This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo Declaration of independence
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