TRAINING AND SKILLS FOR KENYAN MICRO-ENTREPRENEURS (TASK-ME) PROJECT
Empowering Micro and Small enterprises for self sustainability
The Training and Skills for Kenyan Micro-Entrepreneurs (Task-me) project is an initiative by a Belgium NGO ACTEC (Association for Cultural, Technical and Educational Cooperation) and ISBI @ Strathmore Business School aimed at unlocking the potential of small businesses in Kenya through training, coaching and mentoring.
How can I gain an edge?
The program through training, coaching and mentoring aims to transform the management practices and leadership capacity of micro-entrepreneurs that leads to quality leaps in the management of their microbusinesses to increase revenue, create jobs and spur economic growth.
Some of the entrepreneurs who have gone through the TASK-ME project
Number of entrepreneurs trained
Strathmore Partner Mama Twende to train Westlands Women in Business
The Program takes 6 weeks with six sessions held once per week.
As a value add-on, participants enjoy the benefit of:
• Business development plan coaching
• Business mentorship
"The course has given me tools that I will use for the long term that will help me build my business."
Business Woman - Nairobi, Kenya
I can sum up the TASK-ME project with three adjectives: lively, interactive and informative