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Entrepreneurship Skills Development for Women in Small Scale Businesses in Savelugu/Nanton Municipality, Ghana.

Abstract

Empowering women to be entrepreneurs is one way to bridging the cultural and economic gap that exists between men and women. The implication for society is that the standard of living of women and their children will improve as people living in rural peripheries of Ghana, especially women, shoulder the burden of the country’s poverty.

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