MDi Pakistan has recently launched a new Micro-Entrepreneurship Development Program (MEDP) and deployed it across across multiple batches of trainees in Lahore and Islamabad. The programs was locally developed by MDi consultants and the training programs were funded by a UN agency. The program is delivered in Urdu, is targeted at both existing and potential micro-entrepreneurs, and can be customized to address those with those with informal education as well as those with college/university degrees.

Micro-EntrepreneurshipMDi Pakistan has an existing base and track record in training and consultancy in Pakistan and the region since 1999. It has a substantial pool of consultants and trainers, and has relevant experience of capacity building across the development, corporate and public sectors. It is also involved in micro-enterprise training for a UN agency in Pakistan and has worked in partnership with faculty from MIT Entrepreneurship Center USA to offer innovative management and entrepreneurship development programs in Pakistan.

Tags: ,