Improve access to entrepreneurship education and social entrepreneurship for unemployed mothers, especially those who face multiple barriers (single mothers, refugees, low income, domestic violence victims, mothers with disabilities, and social needs).

To encourage mothers who are unemployed or inactive to take the risk of starting their own business.

Support and aid gender equality in the labour market

Help unemployed mothers start their own business in the new economy by encouraging and guiding them.

Encourage unemployed mothers to learn basic skills and competencies

To train adult educators on the most efficient training strategies for mothers-to-be

To support mothers in building their confidence as well as expand their network, strengthening their reach

To equip adult educators workers with the training skills to be able to support mothers develop their entrepreneurial skills

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