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As result of Impact of COVID-19 on the economy and women owned businesses, WIN Academy mission is to upscale and advance women and girls by capacity building through virtual training &workshops. These programs include:

Entrepreneurship Program: In the world of today most especially in Nigeria, the rate of unemployment is on the increase and the jobs are not even available. At WIN Academy we educated over 576 women and girls

Digital Skills for Her: WIN Academy educated over 5000 women and young girls on the importance of technology for the advancement of their businesses during the pandemic.

Self-defence Workshop: There was a huge spike in gender based violence and sexual abuse during the lockdown period caused by the pandenmic. WIN provided pro bono legal aids to victims affected during the lockdown.
WIN Academy virtual training empowered over 200 women and young girls with the techniques to defend themselves when they are faced with violent situations.

Finance Talk: Inclusive finance has been a key component of WIN’s mission. WIN has supported the development of thousands of Women SMEs through capacity building and regular training on access to credit facilities and loan financing. We assess the needs and barriers, and achieve greater inclusion by enhancing awareness, improving financial literacy, and promoting access to more appropriate products and services. Our women empowerment initiative seeks to increase the contribution by entrepreneurs and small-scale business owners, particularly those run by women to Nigeria’s economic growth.

Business Talk: WIN Academy educated over 2000 business women on how to pivot their businesses to suit the current pandemic state and to ensure its sustainability in this hard times

Dental Talk: WIN Academy educated over 1000 women and young girls on the importance of oral hygiene and health care.

Health Talk: WIN Academy enlightened over 1500 women and young girls to be more aware of their health care during this pandemic

Communication Talk: WIN Academy educated 321 women and girls on how to communicate effectively.