Following a cooperation with the Libyan Minister of Labour and “We code Land”, a Tunisian initiative to train on coding, 22 Libyan jobseekers were trained for over 3 months on digital business.
Over the past months, students worked on app design, Business development, web development to help them running online businesses.
The class, composed of 11 women and 11 men, had the chance to get theoretical and empirical trainings, meetings with mentors and successful entrepreneurs to be benchmark and further develop their ideas.
The Libyan Minister of Labour was present to conclude the session the last day of training.
This activity was performed within SLEIDSE project, also financed by the European Union and implemented by Expertise France, which aims to support the development of entrepreneurship in Libya.