THE 1956 PROGRAMME

THE 1956 PROGRAMME

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Unemployment is a major challenge facing people in our country currently. Developing and nurturing people to become self-employed will create long term income sustainability and will reduce unemployment. In this regard, small, micro and medium enterprises (SMMEs) play a huge role in generating income that not only play an important role in assisting families but in boosting the South African economy as well.

In our attempt, to contribute towards creating employment and reducing poverty, SAIL will commemorate the Women’s March that took place on the 9 August 1956 in Pretoria, by committing to train and empower rural women with basic business skills to become self-sufficient. One thousand nine hundred and fifty six (1956) rural women will undergo mobile learning at no cost to the women. SAIL encourages potential beneficiaries, investors and partners to team up with us to achieve this goal.

  Purpose of the Programme

SAIL’s mobile learning programme aims to empower women on basic business skills to run a successful business. This programme will equip and add value to women who aspire to run or are already running small businesses with the following key concepts:

  1. Business idea
  2. Market research
  3. Registration
  4. Business Plan
  5. Basic Business Operations
  6. Business Finance
  7. Product Development and Packaging
  8. Building a team
  9. Growing the business

The above concepts will be designed into an interactive programme that aims to ensure that all learners who enter the programme will leave with valuable insight and motivation to become entrepreneurs that contribute to personal and community growth.

  Duration of Programme

The programme will be delivered in micro-learning nuggets over a structured period to ensure meaningful learning and skills development. The beneficiaries of the programme will enter an incubation period of 12 months thereafter, whereby they will be monitored and assisted towards achieving business success.

SAIL welcomes support and participation from interested parties on this programme and will greatly appreciate all assistance received.

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