ICESCO hosted Digital Workshop  on Women Entrepreneurship

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ICESCO hosted Digital Workshop on Women Entrepreneurship

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Amman: Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization held a workshop digitally under the topic: “Women Entrepreneurship. A Future Key to Sustainable Development.” With Tal Abu-Ghazaleh Inter-University (TAGIUNI) participation, the event was organized in conjunction with ICESCO’s “Year of Women 2021” celebrations.
The event attracted high-ranking participants, including officials, diplomats, businesswomen, and ministers from Arab and international institutions.
ICESCO Director-General Dr. Al Malik stressed the importance and role of women in society during the ceremony’s opening. He called for the creation of an equitable world by promoting the desired changes.
Participants stressed the importance of empowering women and developing their digital education and economic empowerment skills to help the service, educational, and industrial sectors. Several feasibility studies were also reviewed that showed the best practices and ways to encourage women to keep their entrepreneurial work going.

Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organizations (ICESCO).
An international non-profit organization (ICESCO) specializes in education, science, and culture. It is a branch of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation. It is located in Rabat (the capital of Morocco). Its purpose is to coordinate its efforts in developing educational policies and systems for member countries.

International University of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh (TAGIUNI).
Talal Abu-Ghazaleh International University is a university that collaborates with several universities, non-governmental organizations, training institutions, and language schools to provide a high-quality, comprehensive digital education for a global student population.