Month: April 2020

Reviving Traditions through Social Entrepreneurship

Social Entrepreneurship offers work opportunities to categories of people who would not be able to be hired in ordinary companies – they either come from poor backgrounds or they are over 50; they have certain disabilities or are simply single mothers for instance. While an NGO is supported by donations or projects, a social enterprise manages to support itself, mostly by selling the products made – sometimes in traditional ways.Social Entrepreneurship is slowly but surely […]

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