Building Small Business Amid Great Challenge: Entrepreneurship in Fragile States (Audio)

Building Small Business Amid Great Challenge: Entrepreneurship in Fragile States

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United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

from Women and Foreign Policy Program

Shari Berenbach, director of the Microenterprise Development Office at USAID, details how the agency promotes entrepreneurship in conflict and developing regions by empowering and encouraging women to manage their own small- and medium-sized businesses.

This meeting was part of the Roundtable Series on Entrepreneurs and Market Linkages.

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