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Hundreds of students, administrators, instructors, guests and local workers pass through the TESDA Women's Centre (TWC) every day, often stopping at Café Juana. This café would be an unremarkable part of any other school campus, but at TWC, it represents much more than just a coffee break: it stands for entrepreneurship, the empowerment of women, successful public-private educational collaboration, and innovation in technical and vocational education and training (TVET). The café is the face of TWC’s innovative practice: the Business Incubation Centre (BIC).
|Institution:||TESDA Women's Centre (TWC)|
|Focus:||Gender equality , Youth and entrepreneurship|
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