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PAWE - WECA Bursary Call

PAWE (Performing Arts Women Entrepreneurship Programme) has a bursary for a woman entrepreneur in the performing arts to participate in the 4th Annual Women in Enterprise Conference and Awards (WECA) 2016 to be held on 16 September at Cresta Lodge Hotel Harare, under the theme; “Sustainability Of Women Owned Business In Zimbabwe Through Connecting Women Entrepreneurs To Markets”. Topics to be covered at WECA are:
• Her Story – An African Woman Entrepreneur’s Journey of Challenge, Perseverance and Triumph
• Obtaining Finance and Credit lines for women entrepreneurs. National Financial Inclusion Strategy
• Making markets work for women entrepreneurs: Tapping into corporate supply chains
• Statutory instruments 64 of 2016: Opportunities for women entrepreneurs
Key speakers include: Dr. Charity Dhliwayo RBZ Deputy Governor, Dr Charity Jinya BAZ President and Nancy Guzha CEO Cairns Pvt Ltd just to mention but three.
The PAWE Bursary will cover Conference and Gala Dinner. To be considered, applicants must send an Expression of Interest stating what they hope to achieve, and brief CV. Deadline is 9 September 12:00pm
WECA is supported by the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC).
PAWE is an initiative of Nhimbe Trust under the Status of Woman Artist Plan – SOWAP 2015-2018. Applications marked “PAWE - WECA Bursary” should be sent to: info@nhimbe.org

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