In an attempt to contribute towards creating employment and reducing poverty, the Southern African Institute of Learning (SAIL) will commemorate the Women’s March that took place on the 9 August 1956 in Pretoria, by committing to train and empower rural women with basic business skills to become self-sufficient. One thousand nine hundred and fifty six (1956) rural women will undergo mobile learning at no cost to the women.
    • Stages of Support

      • Idea
      • Start Up
      • Early
      • Growth
      • Mature
    • Nonfinancial support delivery mechanism

      • Online / mobile
      • Classroom / seminar training
    • Nonfinancial Support

      • Value / supply chain development
      • Needs assessment
      • Performance management
      • Due diligence
      • Building HR capacity
      • Business strategy and planning
      • Exit strategies
      • Leadership development
      • Ideation
      • Financial management
      • Building M&E capacity
      • Governance structure
      • Sector development
      • Technology development or adoption
    • Investment Instruments

      • Grant
    • Intervention Type

      • Promote and educate about entrepreneurship
    • Sectors of Focus

      • Agriculture & Food
      • Education
      • Information and communication technology
      • Health
      • Environment
    • Stakeholder or Business Model Focus

      • Women entrepreneurs
      • Advocacy
      • Minority or previously excluded population
      • Rural communities
      • Gender inclusion
      • Youth entrepreneurs
    • Impact objectives

      • Agricultural productivity
      • Employment generation
      • Capacity building
      • Income/productivity growth
      • Health improvement
      • Community development
      • Access to education
      • Sustainable land use
    • Verticals

      • AgTech
      • EdTech