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No more victim summit mossel bay

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No More Victim Summit held in Mossel Bay:

The annual summit has been arranged this year to be a pre-amble to the 16 Days of No Violence against Women and Children.

The objectives of the summit included promoting equal opportunities for women and are aligned with the SADC Codes. A Pilot Project Omni engaged and partnered with The Shoprite Trust, fitted perfectly into these objectives. Questions raised by the judges about the sustainability and replication possibilities of the model (Pilot Project), posed to the Omni representative Amanda Stevens on Thursday 21st November at the Presentation event.

There were representatives from other SADC countries and other international guests in attendance as well.

The fact that OMNI is 100% women owned was received well. We competed in the category for Local Economic Development.

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No more victim summit mossel bay

  1. 1. Victims of Circumstances  Women  Young and old Employment Opportunities Limited
  2. 2. Solutions Government Efforts Private Sector Potential Partnerships!
  3. 3. SADC Target Gender equality in education
  4. 4. SADC Target The multiple roles of Women
  5. 5. SADC Target Economic Empowerment
  6. 6. SADC Target Equal access to property and resources
  7. 7. SADC Target Equal access to employment and benefits
  8. 8. Japan USA  4.69 M SMMEs  8.6 M women-led  99.7% of enterprises  Contribute 2-3 Trillion  70% of employment  50% woman entrepreneurs  Advanced Technology
  9. 9.      Offer employees better benefits Form groups and pool resources Gender balance in employees Boot-strap start-up capital Takes more risks
  10. 10. This is an opportunity every woman in South Africa deserves.
  11. 11. NED brought me a realisation of the potential in me.
  12. 12. I was amazed by what I am capable of.
  13. 13. I now have a business mind-set.
  14. 14. Don’t go for the money, go for the passion!
  15. 15. The growth and development of the learners’ self-confidence and belief in themselves were rewarding and inspirational.
  16. 16. In partnership more can be achieved.
  17. 17. Candidate Participant Entrepreneur New SMME Employment of others
  18. 18. 9÷4 = Success
  19. 19. Phase One Step 1 Invitation and Application Step 2 Assessment and Profiling Step 3 Workplace Observation Step 4 Foundational Training
  20. 20. Phase Two Step 5 Post-training Observation Step 6 Gap Coaching
  21. 21. Phase Three Step 7 Workplace Assignments assessed against unit standards for NVC National Certificate
  22. 22. Phase Four Step 8 Challenges Step 9 Mentorship
  23. 23.     Learner feedback Facilitator feedback Sponsor feedback Mentor feedback
  24. 24.  Financial Strength  Legal Formalities  Human Input  Training Grounds  Classroom Facility     Furniture Stationery Training Tools Kitchenette  Digital Technology
  25. 25.       Personal Growth Career Development Business Growth NVC Qualification Employment Opportunities Expand Support Structures
  26. 26.  Time Frame  Life Cycle  Sustainability

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