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Street Business School

Gender disparities and entrenched societal norms detrimentally impact women’s well-being, increasing their vulnerability to HIV and restricting their healthcare access. These obstacles also impede women’s economic prospects, leaving them susceptible to sexual gender-based violence and involvement in commercial sex work, elevating their HIV risk. This program equips rural young women with vital entrepreneurship skills, fostering economic independence and employment opportunities. This financial stability empowers them to make informed choices that mitigate their HIV susceptibility.

Project Street Business School - Activate Action


  • Entrepreneurship capacity building and Development of knowledge and skills for women using the street business model
  • Mentorship and giving of grants to fund their business ideas and expand already existing businesses.
  • Follow-up sessions to support the participants as they open their business and deal with the challenges and opportunities
  • Linking women to business development support services

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