This business advisory clinic seeks to empower women entrepreneurs in Rwanda

Last month BPN and the University of Rwanda conducted a survey to measure the impact of COVID-19 on Rwandan Entrepreneurs; the subsequent report revealed necessary information for policy makers to develop targeted solutions to the unique challenges facing Rwandan SMEs. BPN themselves also decided to take action and partnered up with UN Women, the PSF Chamber of Women and Kora Coaching to launch an initiative dubbed, the Business Clinic. CNBC Africa spoke to BPN Country Director, Alice Nkulikiyinka for more.

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