Small and Medium Industries Foundation (SMIF) from Dhaka has been extending technical cooperation in conducting the training course on Methods for Production of Diverisified Jute Products and Marketing Strategy from yesterday to 31 and 25 women entrepreneurs of Panchagarh district.
Deputy Commissioner of Panchagarh Mohammad Salah Uddin attended the inaugural ceremony and formally launched the training course as the chief guest with Panchagarh district unit President of Women Entrepreneurs Association of Bangladesh (WEAB) Advocate Rina Parveen in the chair.
The chief guest stressed for promoting jute-based handloom industries to create more employments of the rural women in accelerating national uplift by extending supports to the female entrepreneurs to revive the past glory of the golden fibre.
Speakers at the inaugural ceremony of a training course stressed for promoting the jute-based handloom industries for enhancing exports of quality jute products to earn more foreign exchange.
The speakers stressed the need for reviving the past glory of jute through increasing diversified production and use of jute quality products and enhancing exports in the international markets.
The training course would definitely assist the local female entrepreneurs, especially the unemployed young women, in setting up of jute-based cottage and handloom ventures for expansion of the jute industries, they said.
They put emphasis on providing necessary capital, support and latest technologies for producing high valued, quality and diversified jute products, enhancing marketing facilities and a package of services to the entrepreneurs.
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