Reyda Academy
for Entrepreneurship

The aim of this project is to help future entrepreneurs from around Libya, specifically
from Sabha and Qatroun, to learn how to build business ideas and ultimately establish
their own businesses.

Reyda Academy
for Entrepreneurship

The aim of this project is to help future
entrepreneurs from around Libya,
specifically from Sabha and Qatroun,
to learn how to build business ideas
and ultimately establish their own
businesses.

Reyda Entrepreneurship Academy is one of the projects of the Moomken Organization that was launched in early July 2020 with the support of the International Organization for Migration (IOM). Within the projects supporting livelihoods in different cities of Libya. As this project targeted two cities in southern Libya, Sabha and Qatroun.

reda 3-0207

Implemented by

IDEA

According to LibyanInvestment.com, as of July 2019 around 73% of private sector jobs opportunities are based in Tripoli and around 12% in Benghazi, leaving somewhat limited job opportunities throughout the rest of the country. This project therefore aims to help people interested in business from around Libya, specifically from Sabha and Qatroun, learn how to establish new businesses and to provide them with assistance as they return to their municipalities to start their businesses. This project will also address the need for more inclusive business opportunities in Sabha and Qatroun and develop needed entrepreneurial skills to strengthen participants’ knowledge of business in order to meet today’s market challenges.

VISION

One of Moomken’s goal is to help entrepreneurs develop self-learning skills through tools such as the proposed e-learning system that will be developed through this program. This will allow them to have access to a wide array of business learning opportunities even after finishing Moomken trainings. This would help not only program participants, but others in their communities as well as they share their knowledge and the learning platform with others to spread the entrepreneurial spirit. Moomken believes that the increase in individually owned small businesses will also help create job opportunities for IDPs and migrants in these communities with significant amounts of these populations.

50
Trainees

FROM SABHA AND QATROUN

Implemented by

reda 3-0302
reda 3-0272
reda 3-0330

IDEA

According to LibyanInvestment.com, as of July 2019 around 73% of private sector jobs opportunities are based in Tripoli and around 12% in Benghazi, leaving somewhat limited job opportunities throughout the rest of the country. This project therefore aims to help people interested in business from around Libya, specifically from Sabha and Qatroun, learn how to establish new businesses and to provide them with assistance as they return to their municipalities to start their businesses. This project will also address the need for more inclusive business opportunities in Sabha and Qatroun and develop needed entrepreneurial skills to strengthen participants’ knowledge of business in order to meet today’s market challenges.

VISION

One of Moomken’s goal is to help entrepreneurs develop self-learning skills through tools such as the proposed e-learning system that will be developed through this program. This will allow them to have access to a wide array of business learning opportunities even after finishing Moomken trainings. This would help not only program participants, but others in their communities as well as they share their knowledge and the learning platform with others to spread the entrepreneurial spirit. Moomken believes that the increase in individually owned small businesses will also help create job opportunities for IDPs and migrants in these communities with significant amounts of these populations.

50
Trainees

FROM SABHA AND QATROUN