Training

May 17, 2021

Four years of Mitreeki: how SITA has translated big ideas into tangible results for 300 women-led businesses in East Africa

Women entrepreneurs represent a wealth of untapped potential to contribute to Sustainable Development Goals, including the growth of developing economies. To support women-entrpreneurs in the most impactful way possible, SITA conceived of the Mitreeki model. Based on a synergistic East Africa - India Partnership, Mitreeki  supports women in key sectors to develop their businesses.
April 2, 2021

Fashion for Development: SITA’s incubator programme trains 41 African fashionpreneurs on the art of designing and producing a cohesive collection

The third edition of SITA’s Mitreeki Fashion Incubator Programme has recently drawn to a close, having provided context-specific training and coaching to 41 East African fashionpreneurs. The mostly-women business leaders were trained on all aspects of running a successful fashion business. Crucially, they are trained on designing a cohesive collection, the building blocks for which are: (1) knowing their brand identity, (2) understanding their strengths and constraints, and (3) having a systematic methodology for the creative process.
March 30, 2021

Working towards SDG 8: How SITA programme has empowered 41 East African Fashion entrepreneurs to grow and develop their businesses in the midst of the pandemic

Women-led businesses are growing in Africa. Capturing their potential and supporting their development contributes directly to sustainable development, particularly via SDG 8.
January 29, 2021

Supporting BSOs to support businesses: SITA trains 41 East African and Indian BSOs to use ITC’s Market Analysis Tools

Over the course of four weeks in October and November 2020, SITA organized a series of trainings on ITC’s Market Analysis Tools for business support organizations […]