2nd Best national practice and experience from Lithuania
|Name of the good practice:||“Let’s do business 2009”|
|Name of the organisations in charge:||NGO “Women information center”|
|Website of the organisation||http://www.moteruinformacijoscentras.lt/|
|E-mail of the firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Length of the project/practice||3 years|
|Is the project/practice ongoing?||The project is finished|
|Link to the training program||http://www.moteruinformacijoscentras.lt/darom-versla-2009/|
|Language of the practice/program||Lithuanian|
Presentation/Description of the methodThe project is based on the idea of different kind of training courses for women to encourage their entrepreneurship. 3 days of general training were designed to help women integrate into labour market or start an individual activity, create their own business. 2 special training programs were developed:
- 4 days training course “Be entrepreneurial” for women, who want to start their own business or individual activity;
- 3 days training course “Be visible to the employer” helping to integrate into labour market.
- To empower women experiencing social exclusion to occupy an equal position in the labour market, to start and develop their own business;
- To strengthen interconnections, share experience, encourage networking between like-minded women and support each other in search of work or building a business;
- To consolidate or broaden acquired knowledge and skills, share experience between the project participants from different districts and promote their social cooperation;
- To create short video presentations of participants business ideas using the principles of digital storytelling.
Why it has been selected as good practiceThis project was selected as an example of good practise because:
- 247 women from 11 Lithuania districts were trained;
- 89 women from 247 found the job;
- 3 women business were created;
- 9 business ideas came up during trainings process;
- 29 commercial videos were created.