Training programs were conducted in eight cities in Indonesia within the framework of the “Strengthening Community-Based Sustainable Livelihood for Activating Poor by Opening Marketing Channel through E-Commerce Project” (2016-INDPOVER-258)

Within the framework of the project titled “Strengthening Community-Based Sustainable Livelihood for Activating Poor by Opening Marketing Channel through E-Commerce” being implemented by Ministry of Social Affairs of Indonesia, training programs were held between 4-27 May, 2017 in eight cities (Garut, Samarinda City, Jember, Tanjung Jabung Barat, Bengkulu City, Bengkulu Utara, Lombok Timur and Wakatobi) of Indonesia. 400 participants benefited from the training programs, which were about product development, design, packaging and value creation.

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