Developing Entrepreunership Among Rural Women
Margaret F. Bello
Arcler Education Inc
Developing Entrepreneurship Among Rural Women informs the readers about the various ways in which the rural women are encouraged to take up entrepreneurship in the skills in they possess or the ones they would like to learn, so that they can make livelihoods for themselves and support themselves in some ways. It also provides the readers with the basic knowledge on the aspects related to making the rural women successful entrepreneurs and upgrading them with the skills. This book also discusses about the relationship between the women and their knowledge of entrepreneurship, skill development in the rural women, the empowerment of rural women through entrepreneurship, challenges in development of entrepreneurship skills in the rural women, role of technology in achieving the targets and economic empowerment of rural women through entrepreneurship.
Margaret F. Bello is pursuing PhD in Development Management with major in Educational Administration with a grant funded by the Commission on Higher Education from the Philippines. She has a master’s Degree in engineering education major in Information Communications Technology and a bachelor’s Degree in management information systems and Diploma in Medical Transcription. She has worked in the field of education for almost 8 years as Department head of the Computing Studies. As a researcher, she successfully developed and aided in the implementation of programs with advocacies promoting the welfare of women and children through technology.