Innovation is essential for economies to grow. Cultivating entrepreneurs and small-to-medium businesses can lead to enriching local communities and regions. Our network of global partners and experts ensures our training meets the local needs of your business environment.
Build and Customize Your Training
Tailor your business-focused programme! We can develop and deliver training covering various areas including:
- Social Businesses
- Business Model Canvas
- Design Thinking
- Green Economy
- Satellite (GIS) Remote Project Monitoring
- Small & Medium Enterprise (SME) Development
Our Projects under Entrepreneurship and Private Sector Development
Below are our projects to promote entrepreneurship and private sector development.
UNITAR Iraq Entrepreneurship for Youth
Iraq, a country that has been experiencing over a decade of warfare and violence, is faced with an array of challenges that undermine sustainable development and recovery. Against this background, the UNITAR Hiroshima Office, with the support of the People of Japan, launched a training programme to support Iraq to promote indigenous capacity development.
UNITAR South Sudan Entrepreneurship and Project Management Programme
South Sudan, the world's newest nation, is faced with an array of challenging issues which are undermining sustainable development and recovery. In this context, the UNITAR Hiroshima Office launched a training programme to support South Sudan in promoting indigenous capacity development.
UNITAR-UNDP Green Economy for Afghanistan Programme
The UNITAR Hiroshima Office recently completed training on the adoption of a Green Economy to 20 representatives of the Government of Afghanistan. Hailing from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, and the Ministry of Economy, and in a programme delivered in close collaboration with the Afghanistan Civil Service Institute and UNDP Afghanistan, the participants represented both Kabul based Civil Servants, as well as Provincial Directors, allowing for some very focused discussions as to the on-the-ground implementability of the issues presented.