Women's Entrepreneurship: Lessons and Good Practices from Asia and the Pacific

Women's Entrepreneurship: Lessons and Good Practices from Asia and the Pacific

Date: 
Friday, December 15, 2017
Type: 
Public information and advocacy materials
Abstract

This report comprises a compilation of national case studies from Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines, which examines the situation of women entrepreneurs, as well as the wider policy and institutional environments within which they operate. This report aims to identify lessons and good practices in order to enable women entrepreneurs within ASEAN to address the challenges they face and grow their businesses. The report stands alongside and complements a broader ESCAP regional study of the challenges and opportunities for women entrepreneurs under the ASEAN Economic Community: “Fostering women’s entrepreneurship in ASEAN: Transforming prospects, transforming societies".

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