Study to look at improving women's access to public contracts

3 December 2020

A study is to be carried out to look at ways of improving women’s access to government procurement opportunities in East Africa.

The East African Women in Business Platform (EAWiBP), a forum that brings together business and professional women from across the East African Community (EAC), is advertising for a consultancy to carry out a review on how well a programme to help women win government contracts is working across member states.

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