Year:2023   Volume: 5   Issue: 3   Area:

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Djazia HASSINI, Suad ELMILOUDI

ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN ALGERIA BETWEEN FINANCING OBSTACLES AND PROSPECTS FOR ENTREPRENEURSHI

This research paper aims to shed light on the reality of women's economic empowerment in Algeria as a goal of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for the year 2030. Algeria has realized the importance of integrating and empowering women socially, culturally and economically, so it worked to provide the legal environment supportive of the positive participation of women in economic activities. This is in addition to the international agreements that it has ratified to achieve the empowerment of women and activate their role in development. The study sought to answer the main question, which revolves around the challenges that women face in leading their own projects by analyzing the obstacles that women face and limit their economic contribution to society, as Algeria includes the largest percentage of women engineering graduates in the world, with a rate of 48.5% of the total engineering graduates. In the country, howeve r, men still dominate the profession itself. In order to answer this problem, the deductive approach is relied on, with its appropriate description and analysis tools, to study the legal and financial system to support women’s entrepreneurship, confront the obstacles that prevent them from achieving their success, and put forward proposals that contribute to their pioneering leadership in the business world. The study reached a set of results, the most important of which is that women in Algeria face many social, administrative and economic difficulties in the field of entrepreneurship. The authorities must work to promote innovation and creativity in women's entrepreneurship projects and provide legal and financial support to develop their creativity while finding innovative ways to market and develop women's entrepreneurship projects

Keywords: Economic Empowerment, Financıng Obstacles.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.23.8


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