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Business Education
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Community Name: Charentsavan
Country: Armenia
Volunteer(s) Name: M Childress
Volunteer(s) Homestate: New_York
PPCP #: 305-016
Year of project approval: 2004
Projects started in Armenia 2004 (1).
Business Education
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Other Projects in Armenia (13).
Achajur Water Supply Pipeline Mapping, Bridge of Hope Computer Education Center, Building sustainable livihoods in Tavush marze, Business Education, Charentsavan Business Education and Resource Center, Community Sports Facility, English Lab Modernization, Gymnasium Restoration Project, Ijevan Bridge of Hope, Secondary School Gymnasium Renovation, Sisian Business Information and Consulting Center, Tavush GIS Project
State Flag of New York.svgOther Projects by Volunteers from New_York (36).
Bafilo Radio Station Project, Bantay Dagat Outpost, Jennifer Bartimole, Brick Oven Health and Food Preparation Project, Building Hope Through Basketball, Business Education, Camp H.E.A.L., Ceramic Stove Project, Charentsavan Business Education and Resource Center, David Cohen, College Entertainment System, Community Recreation Area, Computer and Library Access, Computers for Martin Luther King Jr School in Kpalimé, Computers for Martin Luther King Jr School in Kpalimé … further results
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Info about the Business Education

The development of business is vital to members of the Charentsavan community. Many citizens are willing to develop their ideas for business, but due to their lack of experience and knowledge, their businesses are likely to fail. Basic business education is critical, to start potential businesspeople on the right footing, and to safeguard the development of their businesses. Business education has been proven to have dramatic positive impact on even the smallest of fledgling businesses. International aid organizations often offer business education programs, but Charentsavan lacks a place where such programs can be conducted. This proposed project will create a Business Education and Resource Center where business education can be conducted for all people in this community. The newly created center will also provide all services that are necessary to business education and business development, such as printing, faxing and copying - all services housed in a single location. While some courses and services will be provided for free, others will be offered at nominal costs for those who can afford it. Pricing structures will be implemented to provide access to every cross-section of the population. Partnership funds are needed to purchase equipment and furniture. All labor and computers are being donated by the community.

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